What to eat in Portugal? Guide to Portuguese Food

O que comer em Portugal

Portuguese cuisine is rich, diverse, and one of the tastiest in the world. As Portuguese foodies who love our food, we believe Portugal has culinary options for all tastes – several fish dishes, good meat, snacks, good wine, and amazing desserts. We’ve compiled a list of what to eat in Portugal to guide you on …

Read more

Discover the Portuguese conventual sweets

Doces conventuais

Conventual sweets are the most typical and characteristic sweets of Portuguese cuisine. No other sweets in the world use this abysmal amount of egg yolks and sugar as it’s used in Portuguese conventual sweets. Initially, you may be surprised, but then you don’t want anything else. The most famous Portuguese conventual sweet in the world …

Read more

What to eat in São Miguel Azores? Typical dishes of São Miguel

O que comer em São Miguel nos Açores

In this article, we will discuss the typical dishes of São Miguel, their ingredients, and their various associated traditions. São Miguel in the Azores is known as the green island and the land of happy cows. This volcanic island with fertile soil and a temperate climate is surrounded by high seas, creating the perfect setting …

Read more

Where to eat in São Miguel, Açores – best restaurants

Onde comer em São Miguel nos Açores

São Miguel in the Azores has so much to offer and so many attractions we sometimes forget it is also a foodie destination. Known as the green island, its temperate climate is excellent for agricultural and livestock production. Consequently, it has high-quality ingredients such as corn, sweet potatoes, tea, beef, cheese, fish, and fresh seafood. …

Read more

How to make Portuguese Rabanadas with milk and sweet eggs

Como fazer as Rabanadas de leite com molho de Doce de Ovos

Rabanadas are a traditional Christmas sweet in Portugal and Brazil. Also known as fatias douradas (golden slices), fatia parida and fatias de ovo (egg slices), rabanadas are the Portuguese version of a French Toast. Traditional rabanadas are made with stale baguette wheat bread, soaked in milk or red wine, and then coated in egg and …

Read more


This will close in 45 seconds