I am happy to share with you Lisbon in 100 Bites – The Ultimate Lisbon Food Guide!
As a Portuguese traveler and foodie, I would like to guide you and your taste buds, during your upcoming trip to Portugal. Lisbon in 100 Bites is not a listing of “where to eat” but, instead, an introduction to those items and dishes that are representative of what you are likely to come across around Lisbon.
If you travel to Lisbon and are eager to try the best dishes Portugal has got to offer, you may not always know where to get started. Fear not! Simply allow me to be your local friend who happens to love food, and I’ll show you around.
Divided into Appetizers & Snacks, Main Dishes (Meats and Seafood) and Desserts, Lisbon in 100 Bites contains everything you need to know to make the most of your foodie time while in Lisbon.
This Lisbon food guide includes a little background on our most iconic dishes, along with mouth-watering photos that will get your juices flowing. From well-known goodies such as Pastel de Nata and Seafood Rice, to those rare gems only locals truly know. Pork skin sandwich? A bacon dessert? Marinated pig’s ear salad? We’ve got you covered!
As a Portuguese traveler, I am proud to come from a country with what I believe to be a fairly democratic food culture. Our everyday dishes are not pretentious. They are down-to-earth and affordable for the regular pocket. We have amazing ingredients and a collective love for eating AND talking about food. So, if you like food, you’ll easily break the ice with locals around Lisbon!
Uncomplicated and fun, Lisbon in 100 Bites will take you on a tasty journey around Lisbon!
What Foodies Are Saying:
If you’re wondering where to eat when you’re planning a trip to Lisbon, you’re asking the wrong question. The really important question to ask is what to eat, and this book answers that. One-hundred bites, my friends, one-hundred bites.
Sandra Gajjar, Tripper.pt
Zara and her drool-worthy book are treasure troves of information for anyone interested in Portuguese food and food culture.
Laura Siciliano-Rosen, EatYourWorld.com
Don’t be fooled by the title of this Portuguese food book. Although the focus is on Lisbon, many of the dishes in this handy ebook are firm favourites all over Portugal.
Julie Dawn Fox, JulieDawnFox.com
Zara speaks of national delicacies with such enthusiasm and an appealing language that I think I gained a few extra pounds only imagining the elements she so well describes.
Marlene Marques, SurferGirlOnTheMove.com