The proposal is unique: 10 days with 10 dinners brought by 10 chefs. By June 30, the number 10 will dominate Ponta Delgada, in São Miguel island, Azores. Want to know more? Keep on reading!
To commemorate Santo António, I went to Mouraria, in Lisbon, for an exceptional gastronomic experience. This year I celebrated with the Bisca de 3. Curious?…
The International Sea Urchin Festival has brought to Ericeira, Portugal, renowned chefs who have shown how versatile and delicious this product can be. Curious? Check out the post!
I knew the wines and decided to go see the property. Located in the heart of the Alentejo region, Portugal, I traveled to the Herdade dos Grous to taste their wines and see how they are made.
Another edition of Lisbon Restaurant Week, in Portugal, and another restaurant tested. This year the choice fell on Fora de Pé, in Cascais.
Think of the strangest dish you’ve never ever thought of trying. Now know that there are travelers who have done so and survived to tell the story. I’ve challenged fellow travel bloggers to share their most incredible culinary experiences. Get ready… you’ll need to have the right stomach for what you’re about to read!
Café Colonial is an ode to the flavors of the old colonies. I went to the restaurant of the Memmo Príncipe Real Hotel, in Lisbon, to delight myself with the magic touch of Chef Vasco Lello.
Is there any dish more “instagrammable” than a bowl full of color?! In this new place in Ericeira, you won’t resist taking a photo before the first spoonful! Write down the name: Nalu Bowls!
This is undoubtedly one of my favorite Portuguese restaurants these days. And, yes, it’s at Entroncamento, Portugal! Flor de Sal leaves us with eyes and belly full.
Here’s another great brunch option in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon. To try on a sunny Sunday, be it a hot or a cold day.
What do you say about going out to dinner at a house like yours? The restaurant that I bring to you today is one of the most original in Lisbon, Portugal. I’m talking about À Parte.