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Visit the gastro-trendy neighbourhood of Campo de Ourique!
At the end of the Tram #28 line starts a culinary journey through the gastro-trendy neighbourhood of Campo de Ourique. The streets are full of restaurants and cafes, where residents live a quieter life. Enjoy the terraces and streets full of small boutique shops as you walk through these quaint streets.
Campo de Ourique is a 19th-century neighbourhood with a pioneering nature, boosting new food and lifestyle concepts, that has always attracted, thinkers, poets, artists, foodies, and chefs who reinvent traditional spaces and offer a more relaxed, professional, experimental gastronomy.
Throughout the food and culture walk, we take you on a foodie journey through renovated spaces like the local food market, the bakery that makes the best chocolate cake in the world, a seafood restaurant, a restaurant specialised in slow-cooked pork, the cafeteria of the Fernando Pessoa Museum — the biggest Portuguese poet of the 20th century — for a taste of a healthy traditional dish, and a small luxury hotel’s restaurant that doubles as a school.
Taste the very trendy and local food specialties of this neighbourhood, dusted with historical insights and stories about food traditions and local life. During this seven-stop tour, we lead you in groups small enough not to feel touristy, but rather like an intimate leisurely walk among friends through Lisbon.
We advise you to do this tour at the beginning of your stay in Lisbon to arm yourself with information, knowledge, and confidence to continue exploring the areas where locals live. Find out what and where to eat well!
Join us with a slightly hungry stomach — six modern and creative tasting stops are waiting for you.
The minimum is two persons per tour. If we don’t achieve that number, we will contact you 48 hours before the tour to let you know, and we will refund you 100% of the total amount.
What to bring
- Good mood
- A bottle of water
- Comfortable clothes and shoes adapted to the weather
Portuguese cuisine is based on fish, meat, vegetables, dairy, eggs, and bread. We can adapt the tastings to a wide variety of dietary restrictions, with the exception of vegan diets. Please let us know when you make the booking if you have any restrictions (i.e. vegetarian, pescatarian, no pork, no fish, no shellfish, no alcohol, celiac, lactose intolerant). We can only guarantee alternatives for dietary restrictions if they are communicated up until one day before the day of the experience.
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