Time Out Market Lisbon poses a challenge for food travelers who enter its doors – too many choices. Find out our favorite things to eat and drink at Lisbon’s most popular food hall and where to find them.
Portugal Food Travel
Portugal is a must for food travelers thanks to Portuguese food favorites like Arroz de Pato and Pasteis de Natas. We moved to Portugal in 2019 and love eating Portuguese food and desserts in Lisbon and beyond. Check out our articles and start planning your Portugal food trip now!
Portugal Quick Facts
- Continent – Europe
- Schengen – Yes
- Currency – Euro
- Language – Portuguese
- Restaurant Tipping – Optional But Not Expected
Do you love Portuguese egg tarts? If so, check out our Lisbon Pastel de Nata guide with our 10 picks for the best Pasteis de Nata in Lisbon. We also include a tip for learning the Pastel de Nata recipe.
Are you wondering where to eat the best ice cream in Lisbon? We provide the scoop on our favorite Lisbon gelaterias in this spoon-worthy Lisbon Eats ice cream guide.
Our quest to find the best pizza in Lisbon has been a tasty challenge filled with more highs than lows. Check out our favorite Lisbon pizza restaurants and eat a pie today. For Lisbon residents like us, it’s the next best thing to eating pizza in Italy but without a three-hour plane ride from Portugal.
Our love for the food in Portugal was a key factor in our decision to move to Lisbon in 2019. Read on to discover thirty must-try Portuguese food favorites to try during your visit so that you can fall in love too.
Portuguese desserts and pastries are a passion that we regularly enjoy in our adopted home city of Lisbon when we’re not traveling. Read on to discover our favorite sweet treats in Portugal.
See what it’s like to dine at Belcanto, the best restaurant in Lisbon.
Eating brunch in Lisbon is a tasty way to start any day of the week in Portugal’s capital. But which are the top Lisbon brunch spots? Read on to discover more than ten contenders for the best brunch in Lisbon.