Lisbon Cuisine Experience

Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 10, 1100-135 Lisboa, Portugal
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3 Hours

Tour Type

Daily Tour

Group Size

10 people


English, Espanol

About this tour

Lisbon Cuisine Experience Highlights:

  • During the tour, participants will gain insight into Portugal’s world-renowned wine-making process and culture. Our knowledgeable tour guide will share stories about Portugal’s long-standing wine-producing history and its sublime local grapes. 
  • To complete the experience, Portugal Food Tours has carefully handpicked some of the region’s best wines for participants to sample together in guided but leisurely tastings. 

Lisbon Cuisine Experience in detail

Fado and cuisine are plentiful in Lisbon; the difficulty is locating real locations to enjoy not just food but wonderful food and profoundly affecting professional fado rather than tourist trap amateurs. Our objective is to take you to locations you would never go otherwise and to provide you with a taste of the finest Portuguese cuisine.

You will enjoy a classic Lisbon evening, drinking wines, enjoying food, and listening to the wonderful “saudades” of fado in three different settings. Those still unsure about this “fado” should let their hearts and ears guide them.

Defining fado would be pointless since each singer and guitarist has their particular style. Although the lyrics are generally sad, they will surprise you with an occasional cheerful and joyous melody.


What makes Lisbon Cuisine Experience tour unique?  

You will hear tales about Portugal’s history and culture and learn about and sample local wines and many other delicious local goodies to make your Lisbon experience really unforgettable!

Things to know before booking

  • 12-14 petiscos is a lot of food. We suggest eating lightly before the trip if you don’t have a big appetite!
  • A wealth of knowledge of Portuguese cuisine, history, local culture, and way of life.
  • You may travel with a small group of people. Please do not hesitate to book a private tour for yourself or a bigger group.
  • Gratuities for tour guides are always gratefully welcomed.
  • The price includes all meals and beverages and restaurant taxes. Extra orders must be paid for individually.
  • A three-hour trip with less than ten minutes of walking between stops to offer a completely relaxed, on-foot experience.
  • This cuisine trip includes some uphill walking on cobblestones and stairs, as it is characteristic of ancient Lisbon streets.
  • A tour requires a minimum of four people to operate or two people for a private trip. If the minimum is not met, we will have to give you an alternative date or cancel it.


As per the Covid safety guidelines:

  • Guides must wash their hands frequently.
  • Travelers and workers have access to hand sanitizer.
  • Sanitation of vehicles regularly
  • Sanitizing gear/equipment between uses.
  • Throughout the experience, social distance is reinforced.

Meeting point

Casa dos Bicos, Rua dos Bacalhoeiros 10, 1100-135 Lisboa, in front of the olive tree.

Cancelation Policy

Cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of the experience to get a full refund.


  • The Food and Fado Lover Tour takes you from Praca do Comercio through lesser-known Alafama and seaside neighborhoods.
  • A three-stop tour in a typical Portuguese pub continues with a six-course tasting meal with wine pairings and concludes at Lisbon's Temple of Fado.
  • We speak English, French, Portuguese, Spanish, and Dutch (upon request).
  • Alcoholic beverages.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Gratuities.


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