Bacalhau (salted codfish) is the king, but the grilled sardines rule during the Santos Populares. Who visits Lisbon can’t afford to miss the pastel de nata sprinkled with cinnamon. To drink nothing like the vast choice of Portuguese wines and the fruity sangria. And these are only some of the many excuses the city gives you to leave the diet behind.
Where to Eat & Drink
A Lisbon icon, grilled sardines are eaten with bread and preferably during Lisbon’s city festivities. They taste great at any time, but especially during the Santos Populares (Popular Saints).
Try this unique speciality from the Lisbon region. A cheese with a rich smell and flavour that is perfect as a starter before tasty Portuguese dishes.
Discover the secrets and flavours of Portugal’s typical conventual pastry, the famous Portuguese "doçaria conventual". Note down what you should try in every part of the Lisbon region.