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Royale Café

The name of this café seems a bit exaggerated because the entrance of the café is so small that it is barely noticeable from the street. Nevertheless, it's worthwhile a visit, because once inside, the Royale in their name might suddenly makes sense....

Pois Café

After falling in love with Lisbon, two Austrian women opened Pois Café. The best part of Pois - which means 'Because' - is that the Austrian women have created a unique atmosphere. The former storage for spices has arched ceilings and creates a cozy...

Pastelaria Suíça

Ever since 1922 Pasteleria Suiça ('Patisserie Switzerland') is a fixed term in Lisbon. During the Second World War Rossio was the place to get a ticket to America and back. Therefore, Pasteleria Suiça has stood as background in historical films and i...

Kaffeehaus

This is an ideal place for relaxation at noon. Enjoy a cup of Franziskaner coffee with whipped cream while reading a newspaper. In Kaffeehaus there is a constant atmosphere of tranquillity and it reminds us of a good old-fashioned Viennese literature...

Vertigo café

Chiado is an area you must visit during your city trip to Lisbon. This cosy and busy area has one haven: the Vertigo Café! After all the shopping, you can relax here with a cup of tea. You could order some cheese cake or so from the lunch menu and ju...

Pastelaria Versailles

In this popular lunch room in Lisbon, you encounter two types of people. The first type are the older people who come here to enjoy a cup of tea, and the other type you will see, are the young people coming for a quick espresso. Take your time and en...

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