Since 1837, this area or this shop in particular has been offering a signature dessert people come from all around the globe to taste: "Pasteis De Belem". The simple recipe has had various alterations in the Portuguese pastel arias (pastry shops) and padarias (bakeries), in the shape of the pastry cup and the filling. Some prefer the cream slightly…
Visita revela os bastidores da fábrica do doce mais tradicional da capital portuguesa - por Eduardo Vessoni, UOL Viagens Brasil | Foto: Balcão de atendimento da confeitaria que produz os tradicionais 'pastéis de Belém. Localizada em uma casa de 1837, a empresa mantem em segredo a receita desde então e fabrica, diariamente, 20 mil unidades Mais Eduardo Vessoni/UOL #portugal
The Ramalhete, is located in the Janelas Verdes and was the palace that inspired the Eça de Queiroz for his novel "Os Maias". Is a beautiful example of 18th century Portuguese architecture, where all original features have been preserved to maintain its timeless charm. It is now a charming small hotel.
This is a classic of Aveiro's pastry, whose original formula comes from the nuns of the convents of Franciscans and Carmelites. The nuns used the egg white to ironing habits, while the yolks were used to bake the filling of this traditional treat. The filling is involved in host (special pastry flour) and shaped in forms like sea elements such as clams, fish and seashells.
Sweet Treats and Other Flavours of Lisbon Via Adventuress Abroad 18.10.2012 Espresso, fresh pastries, wine… These are some of the first things that come to mind when I look back at my time in Portugal. Food and drink are such an important part of life here and I think that’s why I felt so at home in Lisbon. It seemed appropriate to sit and drink a glass of Port as I wrote this! #Portugal