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With the help of Eat Portugal – The Essential Guide to Portuguese Food, you can dare to be bold and be surprised by Portuguese cuisine with recipes, glossary, dictionary and restaurant recommendations.
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Eat Portugal- The Essential Guide to Portuguese Food with recipes, glossary, dictionary and restaurants.
Deciding what to eat can be quite tough if you don’t speak the language. It’s often easier to plump for the simple option of something grilled than risk trying something else that might turn out to be some bit of offal you really can’t stomach. With the help of Eat Portugal – The Essential Guide to Portuguese Food, you can dare to be bold and be surprised by Portuguese cuisine.
Sit down to eat with the Portuguese and before pudding has arrived, they will be discussing the next meal, their favorite restaurant, or where to find the best cured sausages. Come to Portugal on holiday, however, and you may miss out on all the really interesting food that they’re talking about.
Easy to make recipes for your newly discovered favourite Portuguese dishes, made with ingredients that you will find almost everywhere in the world (and if you can’t find them, we tell you what to use instead).
If you see rissol on a menu, you’d be forgiven for thinking it’s a rissole. But a rissol is a croquete, and a croquete has nothing to do with potatoes. Confused? Don’t be. Find out what is what and try them anyway. They’re delicious.
You will find plenty of friendly waiters eager to help, but are you sure they know whatarroz de tamboril is in English? The simple dictionary will help you quickly discover what there is on the menu.
In Portugal there is a café or restaurant on every corner. To save you time deciding where to start, we have selected some of our favourites in Lisbon, Porto and Algarve. From the best custard tart to Michelin starred Portuguese cuisine, there is something for everyone.