Eating at Cervejaria Ramiro is a bucket list item for food travelers who visit Lisbon. See what it’s like to eat a meal at the famous Lisbon seafood restaurant.
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Portugal Quick Facts
- Continent – Europe
- Schengen – Yes
- Currency – Euro
- Language – Portuguese
- Restaurant Tipping – Optional But Not Expected
Specialty coffee drinkers who travel to Porto will be delighted to find third wave coffee on both sides of the Douro. Read on to discover the best Porto coffee shops serving cappuccinos, espressos and pour overs.
See what it’s like to eat at Ponto Final. The al fresco eatery, just across the river from Lisbon, offers great food that matches its great views.
See what it’s like to eat at Tasca Baldracca, one of the most exciting new restaurants in Lisbon. Our restaurant review includes photos from multiple meals as well as practical information.
Although we love living as American expats in Portugal, there are certain American food favorites that we can’t easily find. Discover the foods we miss most.
Are you wondering what to eat in Porto when you visit the northern Portugal city? Read on to discover 25 must-eat Porto food favorites that you don’t want to miss during your trip to the magical city located on the banks of the Douro River.
Porto is no longer a second-tier city known only for fortified wine and pretty bridges. The Northern Portugal city has emerged from Lisbon’s shadow with a food scene that rivals the bigger city to the south. Read on to discover our favorite Porto restaurants, bars and markets so that you can experience the city’s best food during your visit.