Pasteis can be found everywhere in the city but none are like these. The line goes quickly and so worth the wait.
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Before visiting Portugal, I was already obsessed with Portuguese tarts. So I purposely booked a hotel near the bakery in Belem so that I could have as many as I want. It was a great decision, we had it everyday and never got sick of...More
This is undoubtably tourist mass processing. Part of the hype is understandable as the Pasteis are very good and among the best we had in Lisbon. But apart from that they do not really care about customer satisfaction: The floor in the guest room was...More
Be prepared to join the ever-lengthening queue outside the shop at Belem near the bus stop. You don’t need directions as it’s the place with the blue awnings with the line of people queuing up for their legendary Pasties del Nata, said to be the...More
2 reasons you should never ever miss this if you are visiting Lisbon 1. Taste - no word for this; perfect 2. Experience - you will probably fine largest queue here then any other attractions in Lisbon.... The restaurant is quite big... with sitting capacity...More
One of the most fun things we did in Portugal. Yes it's touristy but, to experience this place is amazing. The locals wait in line in the front of the store and buy the pastries by the bag full. We found out the secret is...More
There was a long line for take away. If you want to avoid the wait, go inside the place there are plenty of open tables. And it's beautiful inside! I went there by myself and ordered two pastel de nata and an expresso. The tarts...More