We’ve created a Lisbon Cafe Guide featuring our favorite Lisbon cafes. In other words, you’ll find probably us at one of these Lisbon coffee shops when you visit Portugal’s colorful capital city.
Portugal is one of our favorite countries thanks to Portuguese food favorites like Bacalhau and Pasteis de Natas. This country is a must visit for every food traveler.
Planning a trip to Portugal? Check out our food guides for Lisbon and beyond.
The G&T is a global phenomenon that can’t be stopped. Follow our easy Gin and Tonic Recipe with Portuguese gin and tonic water plus a …
Wondering what and where to eat during your Sintra day trip from Lisbon? After visiting the magical Portuguese city multiple times, we have you covered with our favorite Sintra restaurants, cafes and bars.
The white port and tonic cocktail is popular in Portugal all year but especially during the warm summer months. You can follow our easy white port tonic recipe and make a Porto Tonico at home with just five ingredients.
Wondering where to eat in Lisbon Portugal? We wondered too until we became Lisbon locals and started exploring the city one meal at a time. Check out this Lisbon Food Guide with our picks for the best Lisbon restaurants.
Surprise – we’re living in Portugal! Read on to find out why we decided to move to Lisbon after three years of digital nomad life.
The Pastel de Nata has gained international dessert fame, but there’s nowhere better to eat Portuguese tarts than at a Portuguese bakery in Lisbon. Check out our ten picks for the best Pastel de Nata in Lisbon plus a tip for learning the Pastel de Nata recipe.
See what it’s like to cook Arroz de Pato, Portugal’s take on Duck Rice. We show you the process for making this Portuguese food favorite and share a tasty Arroz de Pato recipe so you can cook Portuguese duck rice in your own kitchen.