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Where to eat Portuguese food in Barcelona

Where to eat Portuguese food in Barclona
Written by Paula

Portugal is a country with an impressive history and tradition that fascinates visitors from around the world. One of the things tourists appreciate the most is the rich and tasty Portuguese gastronomy. If would like to get acquainted with this country’s traditional dishes, pay a visit to one of the various Portuguese restaurants in Barcelona.

Descobertas do Lusitano 

Descobertas do Lusitano is dportuguese food barcelonaedicated to the promotion of the best food Portugal has to offer. In this restaurant you can a variety of codfish dishes, alheiras à Brás, and a selection of meats, omelets and salads. The establishment also has an area where it sells traditional Portuguese products.

Descobertas do Lusitano is located at Carrer Llull, 169.

Lisboa

Lisboa is small restaurant that is becoming famous between locals and foreigners. It serves top-quality Portuguese dishes, like octopus rice, croquetes and bolinhos de bacalhau, which will sometimes be accompanied by a traditional Fado musical performance.  

Lisboa is located at Carrer del Comte Borrell, 145, inside La Nova Esquerra de l’Eixample neighborhood.

Amalia´s Portuguese Flavours

Amalia´s Portuguese Flavours is a cute little restaurant/café where you can try some of Portugal’s typical dishes like Francesinha, codfish with cream, duck rice, and delicious deserts like queijadinhas or the famous pastel de natas.

Amalia’s Portuguese Flavours is located at Carrer del Comte d’Urgell, 132.

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Oporto

Oporto is a typical Portuguese restaurant located in the Sagrada Família neighborhood. Oporto serves dishes prepared with the best products, some of them imported from Portugal, which is the case for their codfish, cheeses, wines and sausages. Want to feel truly Portuguese? Then try a dish like Rojões à moda do Porto, Mexilhãomeia casca com bronhesa de Três Pimentos, or even the famous Bifanas. End your meal with Queijo da Serra com Compota de Figos e Marmelada, or a good slice of Tarte de Bolacha.

Oporto has its own store by the name of “Cantinho de Portugal”, where you can purchase a variety of chesses, sausages, beers, wines, and sodas.

Oporto is located at Carrer de Sardenya, 296.

El Pollito Lusitano

El Pollito Lusitano is a charming Portuguese restaurant in Castelldefles. The restaurant serves dishes like Polvo à lagareiro, Garlic Shrimp, and Steak with wild mushrooms.

El Pollito Lusitano is located at Passeig de la Marina, 158.

portuguese food barcelonaNata Lisboa

 Nata Lisboa
is a restaurant/coffee place that serves delicious Portuguese dishes and beverages, and the dessert that is featured in their name, the unique Pastel de Nata.

Nata Lisboa is located at Carrer de Mallorca, 277.

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