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LISBON FOOD GUIDE | A Guide To Eating & Drinking in Lisbon | Love Style Mindfulness - Fashion & Personal Style Blog
Hey guys and first let me start this post by apologising for the incredible delay in my post! I’ve been back from Portugal for around two weeks now and I’ve only just got round to writing this post! So let me share with you my tips from when I visited Lisbon! Where we went, what we ate and drank and where we ate and drank it! LISBON FOOD GUIDE So we only went to Portugal for 3 nights so it was 100% a whistle stop tour! We didn’t really do anything so much as just explore the city. Wandering around the beautiful roads, soaking up the atmosphere and the stopping at every other bar or resteraunts to fill up on food and wine! So here’s what we did! WHERE TO EAT Dear Breakfast ( Fauna & Flora ) On the first day went to Dear Breakfast for breakfast and it was amazing. The service wasn’t great but the food was and if you’re a fellow instagrammer and want to get that cute breakfast shot you’ve got to go! I had the Acai bowl which was so so good and Jack had the egg & pancakes which I have to admit came once my bowl had been completely finished! It still looked amazing though! We went to go to Fauna & Flora on the second full day and it was closed for summer, how crazy that they do this in Europe?! So we has to miss out but I was highly recommend this by a few people and the photos looked amazing! I always judge a place by how good their Instagram is!!! Time Out Market The time out market is a food market that’s been set up by Time Out magazine in Portugal. It houses a selection of stands from the best restaurants in Lisbon with something for to everyone. We trialled a few of the different stands but I would highly recommend first going to Cod Croquets and getting a cod croquet! They were so so delicious and so was the meat one! Then we stopped at Toranja and bought some tinned fish, they don’t have plates there but you can get plates and cutlery from any of the other stands and eat your tinned fish there and then! I got the tomato and tuna one and honestly I would never have had it if I wasn’t in Portugal (When in Rome) but it was so so delicious! Who knew how much I could like tinned fish? Then finally I would highly recommend finishing off your lunch with a stop at Manteigaria for the best Pastel De Nata I had the whole time I was in Portugal! This is open from breakfast until the evening but we felt that lunch was the perfect time as I don’t know about you but I love a big hearty meal for dinner rather than bits and bobs! Pao A Mesa We went here after a recommendation and it definitely didn’t disappoint! Me…