After the success of the 1st edition of Lisbon in 100 Bites, the Ultimate Lisbon Food Guide is now back with a new look!
The 2nd edition of Lisbon in 100 Bites has a totally new design, improved photography and extra mouth-watering content too.
The premise of our food ebook is the same: instead of telling you what restaurants you should visit when you travel to Lisbon, we’ll introduce you to the most typical Portuguese dishes that you are likely to come across all around the city and beyond.
A lot of our trips are motivated by the desire to eat. If, like us, you like exploring new places through their culinary traditions and you want to learn more about traditional Portuguese food, Lisbon in 100 Bites will be a wonderful introduction to the very best dishes in Portugal.
We know what it’s like to feel lost when presented with all the options a new city can offer. Lisbon in 100 Bites includes food recommendations, tempting photos, insider tips and just about everything you need to know to make the most of your foodie time in Portugal – here’s a free preview!
We focus on the food that is close to the people, and the flavors that you will encounter in any given corner restaurant or even at home, if you are lucky enough to get invited to dine in with Lisboetas.
WHAT FOODIES ARE SAYING:
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
[Lisbon in 100 Bites] is beautifully illustrated with photographs of mouth-watering Portuguese dishes, and,most importantly, it provides you with all the information you need to make the right ordering choices when you visit Portugal.
James Cave, Portugalist.com
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 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