Lisbon, Portugal travel guide
ABOVE: Castle of São Jorge, illuminated at
de Belém europeforvisitors.com
No visit to Lisbon's Mosteiro dos Jerónimos or the Torre de Belém is complete
without a stop at this bakery-café next to the monastery, which has been
serving delectable custard tarts since 1837.
This page has some useful tips, such as "Don't assume that the starters of cheese, spreads, olives, and bread that you are
presented with when you sit down are free."
in Lisbon and Surroundings
The "location and public transport" comments make this list especially
useful to tourists who aren't familiar with the city. From Paulo
de Oliveira, a Lisbon-born biologist who teaches at the University of
Fodor's: Lisbon Restaurants
The guidebook publisher has a searchable database of restaurants in various
locations, price ranges, and categories.