Restaurants for Family Travelers in Portugal
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- 3Rua Santa catarina, 4992 reviews
This common portuguese egg tart pastry is a must taste while in the country. Portuguese monasteries produced large quantities of eggs, this resulted on a large variety of sweet pastry recipes throughout the country! my favourites!Popular with
- 4Rua de Belem, 84 84, 1300-085 Lisboa, Portugal5 reviews
Extremely packed: long queue outside just to get some milk pastries, but definitely worth it. Pastries are delicious and a must in Lisbon. Possibility to have drinks inside, when not extremely busy: the interior looks like an ancient spa.Popular with
- 6Rua das Mineirinhas | Quinta das Mineirinhas, Minho, Vila Nova de Cerveira 4920-2171 review
I'm a big fan of this restaurant, as the views are overwelming over the Minho river and surroundings! A confortable, cosy, beautiful restaurant with good food, nice staff! one of my favourite rest for a summer sunset eve/dinner! Love the lamb chops and desserts are great!Popular with
- 8Largo São Miguel 7, 1100 Lisboa, Portugal4 reviews
Gayle and I came her for Lunch on our first day in Lisbon. With our jet lag, it was more like a mid-afternoon "Linner". This place was hard to find, but worth the Alfama journey. The owners must be actors or in that community as the multi-storied restaurant and patio has a comfortable cinema theme. We sat on the patio ...Popular with
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- 9Rua de Sá da Bandeira, 75
Reeking in smoke and Art Nouveau, this is a 100 year-old institution for coffee hounds like me. And at the time, expresso shots were only half a Euro and with an added custard tart for a whole one. We sat inside at the cool bar, but the outside is an equally neat place to hang out and experience La Vida ...Popular with
- 10Jardim 9 de Abril, 1200-736 Lisboa, Portugal6 reviews
Great view, wonderful for a cold beer at the end of the day.
- 134 reviews
Gayle and I came to the FAIA Restaurant to here some Fado Music. Fado (meaning destiny or fate in Portuguese) is a music genre which can be traced to the 1820s in Portugal, but probably with much earlier origins. In popular belief, Fado is a form of music characterized by mournful tunes and lyrics, often about the sea or the ...
- 18Rua da Atalaia 57, Bairro Alto, Lisbon Portugal
This is my favorite restaurant restaurant in Lisbon. Great traditional portuguese food in an amazingly beautiful setting, spot on to every detail. A bit expensive, bur worth every penning. The chocolate mousse is a must!Popular with