We took the tram out to the bakery. There was a very long lineup, so we went to the monastery next door. We then crossed the street and went to the maritime monument. The pastel.de nata was 1.1€. It was very tasty.
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One can never go to Lisbon without visiting this place and tasting one, two, three, ... of these famous Portuguese sweet cakes. Put cinnamon on top and you're in heaven! Not to expensive. Take home a box of six but remember it's not the same...More
The custard tarts were amazing and I am not a lover of tarts. The service system is awful it's a free for all so be prepared to wait and fight for your place. Staff are grizzly looking too, doesn't matter because it's all about the...More
One of the main attractions in Lisbon, but for me is just good,not amazing. You can find better natas in other places Good to taste once, not to repeat
I went because a friend recommended the place and had high expectations: I wasn't disappointed at all!!! The pasteis de Belem which are kinda like a tart are so tasty, fresh and good! I also ha an a small almond cake/muffin which was again full...More
These are really good and the location couldn't be better, with plenty of things to do and see in the area, but there is a huge queue all the time. If you want the best this is not it. It's still great though, don't miss...More
It looks daunting at first glance, but things move fast. This place is super touristy, but seriously, you'll be sorry you did not stuff your face with those little pastries. It's imperative that you get many per person. You just have to.
As mentioned in other reviews there is usually a large queue outside the shop- but don't let this put you off! The cafe inside is very spacious so we found it easy to find a table. The service struggled a little with the business, but...More