Té's Guide to Portugal
Photo: City of Lisbon
Places to Eat and Drink
Taberna da Rua das Flores:
Old school environment, Contemporary and traditional menu, no reservations.
Favorite seafood restaurant in Lisbon, must visit. Be ready to wait in line.
We are biased on this one since the Chef is our friend. We had one of the delicious tasting menu's and for the price you pay it's a steal. Gorgeous space.
Have a pisco sour to start and order any ceviche on the menu.
Ze dos Cornos:
Super traditional food and environment.
Bairro do Avillez:
The space is beautiful and the food is good. Resembles an old market. Cured meats are on point.
Pasteis de Belem:
Cliche but worth having at least two. Wander around after eating the pastries for some sightseeing, there is a beautiful monastery a minute away.
Wineries in Gaia:
Enjoy the Port and take in the view of Porto
Have "Tripas a moda do Porto", the regional dish of the city.
Photo: Castle of Sao Jorge
Castelo de Sao Jorge:
A really good view of the city
A day trip. Take a taxi.
A boat ride over the Douro Valley is unbeatable
Photo: Hills of Douro