24 hours of Food in Lisbon: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Posted by Behere | June 28, 2018 | Article
food lisbon

A quick trip to Lisbon can leave you overwhelmed with where to eat. So we thought we’d share our top spots for each meal, so you can be ready to hit the tiled, hilly roads running (all 7 of them). From breakfast, to lunch, to dinner, we’ve got you covered on the tastiest spots to eat.

Breakfast in Lisbon: La Boulangerie (Docas)

 

Our personal breakfast fav!

There is only one thing better than the scent of freshly baked croissants and that is the taste of a croissant. La Boulangerie, serves some of the best croissants for brunch, along with scrambled eggs, a bread basket, homemade jams, Nutella, fresh cheeses, cured hams and sausages, salad and fruit. Who could forget the famous Portuguese tarts as well!

Recommendations
Food: Try the delicious Croissants & the Pastels de Nata
Drink: Espresso & Fresh Orange Juice

La Boulangerie
Rua do Olival, 42 Lisboa

Lunch in Lisbon: Time Out Market Lisboa

With something for everyone, this seaside market is a must visit when in Lisbon! Always busy, the food is fresh and the wine is pouring. With over 40 options, including a restaurant serving just tartar (with vegetarian options of course), the best food from all over Portugal is brought together in one place.

Recommendations
Food: Fresh tuna tartar
Drink: Vinho Verde (Portuguese green wine)

Time Out Market
Avenida 24 de Julho,
Mercado da Ribeira, 1200-479 Lisbon

Dinner in Lisbon: In Boca Al Lupo (Amoreiras)

Lisbon’s first organic pizzeria, this is a must visit for those who love thin-crust pizza. The restaurant is simple, but expect to eat well here. You can also watch them prepare your food in front of you, from the rolling of dough to the fresh baking. You can taste organic mozzarella from Italy and legumes from a farm in Portugal. With vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options, everyone can leave satisfied.

Recommendations
Food: Pizza Caprese & Ravioli with hokkaido squash and goat cheese
Drink: Quinta do Côa (Red wine from the Douro valley)

In Bocca Allupo
R. Manuel Bernardes 5, 1200-009 Lisboa


Ready to eat your way through Lisbon? Get started below to plan your trip now!

Experience a new city, without any hassles.
Apartments, workspaces and fitness studios, vetted for you.

Related Blogs

reduce stress
Posted by admin | 12 September 2019
What’s your most cherished value? We all have driving forces that keep us inspired and motivated, whether it’s supporting our loved ones, giving to those in need, finding fulfillment in…
traveling abroad
Posted by admin | 03 September 2019
At Behere, we’re constantly inspired by our amazing community. We’re thrilled to feature their stories and share how they’ve made traveling while working possible. From unconventional roles, to starting businesses…
reset after long weekend
Posted by admin | 31 August 2019
After all the parties and over-eating this long weekend, you probably feel a bit bloated and sluggish. That's why we're sharing actionable tips to help you reset after a long…