Pasteis de Belem
Custard tarts to go.
Video: Counter Service at Pasteis de Belem
The Moorish Castle in Sintra (25km west of Lisbon)
Lots and lots of climbing to go all the way around the castle walls.
Sintra (25km west of Lisbon)
This guy talked our ear off about baseball and Big Papi. He was lamenting the lack of interest in baseball in Portugal, and said that his son is good that he could play in the Majors.
Pena Palace in Sintra (25km west of Lisbon)
Os Jerónimos Resturant in the Belém District of Lisbon
This restaurant serves fresh seafood in a packed dining area, and is most famous for their grilled sardines.
A Street in the Belém District of Lisbon
Os Jerónimos Restaurant in the Belém District of Lisbon
Sardines waiting as well as sardines and other seafood on the grill.
A cook works over an open grill just steps from the entrance.
The Famous Pastry Shop in the Belém District of Lisbon
Counter service at Pasteis de Belem is insane!
Pasteis de Belem is know as the birthplace of the egg custard tart known as Pastel de Natas. The takeout lines are literally out the door.
Museu de Marinha (Navy Museum) in the Belém District of Lisbon
Mushroom risotto from Contador Mor Restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal.
Spinach pie from Contador Mor Restaurant in Lisbon, Portugal.