The original food tour of Lisbon since 2016. Take a walk through history and contemporary life. Discover the Top Gastronomic Experience in the World, with more than 1500 five-star reviews on Airbnb.
- 20 tastings Food & Drinks & Local Guide/Host
- 3 gastronomic stops
- Graça, Mouraria and Baixa or Príncipe Real districts
- Adults 13 years old
- Children 9-13 years old
- Children 3-9 years old
- Baby 0-2 years old
Discover the authentic and creative artisanal food products and recipes these Portuguese Chefs bring to the table.
3 food stops, 3 Portuguese Chefs, 3 Lisbon districts.
STOP 1. Discover one of the hardest restaurants to get into, Taberna da Rua das Flores. Here, one of the Chefs I most admire honors Portuguese traditions with Asian & African influences. A creative, seasonal & eclectic menu.
STOP 2. Creativity, zero-waste & hard work, served since 2013 by this female Chef, who worked in several Michelin star restaurants after being a cinema director. Here everything is homemade, including butter, pickles, smoked products, artisanal bread. Signature cuisine served informally.
STOP 3. A sensorial approach to what we usually only see in books. This Chef brings to our plates and palates, the techniques of fish conservation used by the Phoenicians, now perfected and presented in balanced fish dishes, full of umami and savouriness. Food & culture, past & present became intertwined. Unique in Portugal, rare in the world.
Tradition and innovation, small producers and seasonal products, signature cuisine and casualty, they all go together!
Three Chefs gathered around the same values & principles: promotion of local gastronomic traditions & artisanal knowledge; seasonal menus & products; create innovative processes that respect authentic food and traditions; sustainability and biodiversity.
This walking food tour will also allow you to know more about three iconic Lisbon districts, now and then: Chiado, Bica (where the most photogenic street in the world is located) and Baixa.
- Small groups, intimate and safe
- This experience is ideal for special occasions like anniversaries and birthdays as well as team-building events at work. If you’d like to book a private tour, feel free to write to us!
- All our tours have been granted the Clean & Safe certification. This label declares that we abide by all the requirements defined by our national tourism board, following the guidelines of the World Health Organization regarding prevention and control related to COVID-19.
- Up to 16 food tastings
- Up to 4 drink tastings
- This experience is unfortunately not suitable for vegetarians, but we are working on it. Please join our Lisbon Food & Wine Walking Tour instead!
- If you are a group of HALAL foodies or vegans, please contact us via email. We have a tour tailored just for you!
- Comfortable clothes and shoes
- Bottle of water
- Mildly hungry stomach
We will be meeting at the viewpoint Miradouro São Pedro de Alcantara, near Chiado and Bairro Alto. Arrive early to enjoy the amazing view.
To reach this address you can take the 28 Tramway, step out at Largo do Camões (Camões square) stop and walk 3-4 minutes to the meeting point.
Since this is one of the 7 hills of Lisbon, some guests love to take the famous tuk tuks (small electric cars, with one driver, open air) to the top.
One difference between the two tours is that the Sustainable Portuguese Chefs Food Tour is not suitable for vegetarians or pescatarians, and our Lisbon Food & Wine Walking Tour is.
The second factor is that Lisbon Food & Wine Walking Tour is designed to give you a general perspective of Portuguese gastronomy and wine regions and their historical and social evolution. Thanks to Lisbon diversity we have tastings from the sea and the plain, from the north and south all served in small restaurants owned by local families.
The Sustainable Portuguese Chefs Food Tour intends to present to you some of the most interesting food projects and Chefs you can find in Lisbon, who developed their recipes and products based on the same food pillars. They all use local, quality ingredients, supplied by farmers, herders, fishers, butchers, bakers and artisans who preserve traditional knowledge and techniques and work with respect for the environment, the landscape and animal welfare.
These Chefs are complementary in what each of them explores and how they present it, which makes this experience very rich, unique and eclectic.
For more general questions about dietary restrictions and alcohol, please visit our FAQ page here.