Category Archives: Foodie’s Delights

February 08

Top 5 – Chocolate

we crossed the city in the search of the best chocolate you can find in town. And this is what we discovered…

November 30

New stars in the Portuguese Dining Scene constellation- Michelin Guide

As the season goes colder, the dining scene in Lisbon and Portugal goes warmer. This November 2016, Michelin Guide added seven more stars to the twenty-one restaurant constellation in Portugal. Furthermore, this year Portugal conquered two new two Michelin star restaurants, The Yeatman (Vila Nova de Gaia) and Gallo d’Oro (Funchal). The new stars in the […]

November 27

Afternoon Tea

Four Seasons Hotel Ritz Lisbon introduces to Lisbon the Afternoon ritual…

November 03

Chestnuts

Throughout November, Lisbon is filled with chestnut vendors who delight locals with their freshly-roasted chestnuts on the city’s streets. Chestnut season starts together with the tale of St. Martins. One evening when riding home during a snowstorm, St. Martins was stopped by a beggar who asked for something warm or food. Having nothing to offer, […]

August 24

Manteigaria Silva

Along its 125 year history, Manteigaria Silva has survived the monarchy, the first republic, a dictatorship, the 25th April Revolution, and now to democracy! Serving its customers over time has been consistent, and thus resisted throughout time. Manteigaria Silva has not only prevailed but most importantly, has kept its quality, uniqueness, identity and has been able to bring […]

July 05

Fundão Sweet Cherry

The Fundão sweet Cherry is one of Portugal’s most typical and well-known regional products, and the arrival of this fruit is synonymous with Summer – a delightful time when locals see it arriving, as it means the sun, beach and warm temperatures are never far behind. The Fundão Sweet Cherry also has its own festival, usually […]

March 31

Ovos Moles de Aveiro

Literally meaning “soft eggs from Aveiro”, a region in northern Portugal, the Ovos Moles de Aveiro are almost every Portuguese’s guilty pleasure. Like the Pastéis de Nata, they were born out of the excess yolk leftover from starching the clothes at the Jesus de Aveiro Monastery, who used the yolk to make these sweets – […]