Lisbon Was Elected The Ideal City for Foodies (and these are the outstanding Portuguese dishes) ♦ The distinction was awarded by “National Geographic”. From custard tart to bifana on bread, “Insider” then gathered the 10 Portuguese snacks that everyone should try. Modesty aside, we already knew that Lisbon is the European city where tasty food is not lacking. But now everyone knows: National Geographic has elected the Portuguese capital as foodie hotspot by the National Geographic Traveler Reader Awards 2019. Secrets From Portugal is here to let you know the good news for the food lovers.
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The new distinction comes after winning, at the beginning of December, 17 awards at the World Travel Awards, including Best City Destination and Best City Break Destination in the World.
From seafood to drinks, without forgetting some of the most traditional dishes and sweets, We took advantage of Lisbon’s new victory to bring together what everyone should eat while in Lisbon. The tips were from Paula Oliveira, Executive Director of Tourism of Lisbon.
The queens of Portuguese cuisine: “Sardines reign in this city, especially when they get fat in the warmer months, during the festivities of Santo António, in June”.
Most bars sell Ginjinha, but the best places are some of the smallest bars in Lisbon, “it reads.” Get rid of the fruit pit like the Lisboetas – spitting it into the street. “Is it?
Caldo Verde with its tasty chorizo “can be found as easily on the menus of luxury Lisbon hotels as on its cheap and cheerful food”.
“Cod is a key ingredient for Portuguese cuisine, but codfish brás takes it to the next level”