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Pie Shop
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“At the beginning of the Nineteenth Century, in Belém, next to Mosteiro dos Jerónimos (the Heironymite Monastery) there was a sugar cane refinery attached to a small general store. As a result of the 1820 liberal revolution, all convents and monasteries in Portugal were shut down in 1834, the clergy and labourers expelled. In an attempt at survival, someone from the monastery offered sweet pastries for sale in the shop; pastries that rapidly became known as ‘Pastéis de Belém’. At that period the area of Belém was considered far from the city of Lisbon and mainly accessed by steam-boats. At the same time, the grandeur of the monastery and the Torre de Belém (the Belém Tower) attracted visitors who soon grew used to savouring the delicious pastries originated in the monastery. In 1837, the baking of the “Pastéis de Belém”began in the buildings attached to the refinery, following the ancient ‘secret recipe` from the monastery. Passed on and known exclusively to the master confectioners who hand-crafted the pastries in the ‘secret room’, this recipe remained unchanged to the present day. In fact, the only true ‘Pasteis de Belém’ contrive, by means of a scrupulous selection of ingredients, to offer even today the flavour of the time-honoured Portuguese sweetmaking.”
  • 335 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Yes, the ones from Pasteis de Belém are the original ones, and yes, they are delicious! But I must say that the ones served in Manteigaria are equally worth it! ”
  • 100 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“This is the bakery that brought bolo-rei (a crowned-shaped cake decorated with dried fruit that is usually eaten around Christmas) to Portugal and it still uses the same recipe as in 1829, the year it opened. Six generations later, Confeitaria Nacional is still run by the same family, though there have been some modernisations. In the summer months, it usually organises meals and cruises on a boat/restaurant with a view on the Tagus River.”
  • 69 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“Cosy and homey café for brunch or lunch in the historical district of Alfama.”
  • 66 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“It's a lovely space from the beginning of the Twentieth Century and it has very good bakery and patisserie. You can also order main dishes.”
  • 53 lokale anbefaler
Breakfast Spot
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“Good classic Portuguese food. Usually their fish is good if you're going out for dinner, but they also do brunches. Lovely to sit next to Praca das Flores. ”
  • 59 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“ Brick Cafe is only 140 m from hotel. The menu is a bit small, but reasonably priced. Brick Cafe is supposed to be a nice place with nice food and coffee, nice decorations and prices weren't that high. The place is rather small, very cozy and friendly. ”
  • 33 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Great to have your breakfast and take a first look at the historical center in Lisbon!”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
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“Best coffee in town and they do a lovely brunch. Plus I get to walk through lovely Praca das Flores”
  • 23 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Nice to work (free wi-fi) and one of the few places where you can have coffee with soy milk. ”
  • 23 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Some say the best filled croissants in Lisboa. We say great breakfast right on our doorstep.”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
“The most famous croissants in Lisbon. It's a 20-min walk but you can always order in through Uber Eats. Get $5 off your order with this discount code: eats-rutes41ue”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“One of the most famous snack bar in Portugal. Every where in Portugal you'll find one of the branch. Very cheap and healthy food they serve. Their interior design is also very attractive. All in all great package for enjoying food and environment.”
  • 15 lokale anbefaler
Café
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“I felt I had to include this one because I have found memories of this place since I'm about 3 months old. Amazing interiors, which include 3D tile wall panels designed in the 60-ies by a famous Portuguese artist Querubim Lapa de Almeida. Although the outdoor space is now a sterilised space after some refurbishments undertaken a few years ago, the interiors maintain such of the original charm. Not quite your usual tourist place in certainly not your usual tourist location, but Lisbon is a small place and if you do have the time then....”
  • 16 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Good place to have breakfast before visiting the Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga. Always fresh bread and pastry, good service, excellent location overseeing historical square. Cozy and local.”
  • 22 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
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“Small neighborhood “pastelaria” at Campo de Ourique quarter, established in 1943, borrowed its unusual name from the movie “Aloma of the South Seas”, as there was a cinema just next door back in the days. It won the competition for best “nata” in Lisbon in 2012, 2013 and 2015 and serves, in my humble opinion, the best creamy cakes in town. The pastry is crispy filled with a water mouthing smooth egg custard, luckily they are served warm straight from the oven.”
  • 20 lokale anbefaler