Undiscovered Lisbon Food & Wine Tour

Undiscovered Lisbon Food & Wine Tour

Discover hidden gems in Lisbon's local neighborhood Mouraria
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Hidden foodie gems and the untold history of Lisbon.

Ages

4+

Duration

3.5 hours

Departs

Daily Morning & Evening

Make your way into the heart of Lisbon and discover the history and local cuisine in two of the city’s most vibrant neighbourhoods. Escape the tourist crowds and experience the taverns, shops, and traditional restaurants loved by Lisbon locals.

 

Note: itinerary & tastings subject to change due to seasonality, day of the week, departure time or local holidays. Regardless, your experience will be unforgettable!

Experience Baixa’s culinary scene amidst Neoclassical architecture and designer boutiques.

Savour the diversity of Mouraria, home to Lisbon’s most multicultural cuisine and ancient sites.

Visit carefully selected, family-owned businesses offering unique local flavors.

Taste pesticos, a variety of small-plates, at a cozy traditional tavern, or tasca.

Enjoy VIP access to a Fado House for a culinary treat prepared by a Michelin starred Chef.

Vegetarian-Friendly Tours but vegan, gluten-free, or kosher options may be limited. Please share dietary restrictions upon booking for best accommodation. Note that tastings outside those catered for your needs are at your own risk. The company assumes no responsibility for any food allergies or intolerances.

  • Expert Local Guides: Fun, knowledgeable, and English-fluent Lisbon locals.
  • Lisbon’s Hidden Gems: Enjoy exclusive access to local favorites where you’re treated like family.
  • Culinary Diversity: Taste a variety of delicious dishes, and hear the stories behind the food.
  • Cultural Immersion: See Lisbon through the eyes of a local.
  • Established Expertise: Since 2011, simply the best food tours in Lisbon!

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"I would recommend this to anyone visiting Lisbon. The food was delicious. It got me oriented to exploring the city. Be sure to ask about clandestine Chinese restaurants and the story of the rooster! "
— Bridget B | Tripadvisor
  • Adult (From 18) From €89

  • Adolescent (13-17 Years) From €79

  • Child (4-12 Years) From €69

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What a great way to see the sights and experience the best food that Lisbon has to offer. Simply delicious. Our guide, Camila, was absolutely lovely. Highly recommend this tour and guide!

- Christy L (TripAdvisor Review)

Lovely walk with Ricardo. Good food, good wine and beer and good conversation. Great way to get a foot in to the complex world of Portuguese food culture and history .

- Silke (TripAdvisor Review)

We had an amazing tour with Leonardo. He was so excited to be able to show us the history which we would not have discovered on our own and all the food was delicious.

- Rebecca H (TripAdvisor Review)

Our afternoon food tour with Camilla was far more than just about food!!! We learned about the history of the Baixa and the Mouraria neighborhoods which sheds an informative light on the foods, wines & the customs of old Lisbon.

- Lindastremmel (TripAdvisor Review)

Meet Your Local Lisbon Tour Guides

Savour Lisbon like a local with our expert food tour guides.

Sara
Sara
Originally from Porto, living in Lisbon since 2016.
Favorite dish will have to be a good Duck Rice (Arroz de Pato)
Although Lisbon is beautiful inside and out always look for the open doors in the buildings, you might find some of the most amazing undiscovered monuments.
Kriszti
Kriszti
Hungarian native who fell in love with Portugal in 2006 and made it her home.
My favourite Portuguese dish would have to be grilled sea bass with an ocean view and a nice green wine.
If you are a coffee drinker always order a regular “café” and not a milky version to really appreciate this underrated delicacy!
Gabriel
Gabriel
Brazilian living in Lisbon for 6 years who fell in love with the city after a trip and never left.
My favorite dish is Polvo a lagareiro!
When in Lisbon, don't miss Graça with its viewpoints and terraces and a sunset boat trip on the Tejo River
Catarina
Catarina
Born in "a garden planted by the sea" also known as Portugal.
What I love about Portuguese cuisine is the freshness of the ingredients which change every season. My favorite summer food is grilled sardines with salad.
The best way to learn about a country is through its people. Go to a farmers market, talk to strangers and experience the variety of local vegetables and fruits.
Eduardo
Eduardo
Born and raised in Portugal. From the mountain of Sintra right to your table!
My favorite thing to eat is rotisserie chicken. Simple but hard to beat.
The best advice I've ever been given for Lisbon is "Look for handwritten menus. Even better if they're written on a disposable paper towel''!
Fred
Fred
Born and raised in Lisbon, a true "Alfacinha"
My favorite Portuguese dish is a Bitoque: steak with a fried egg served on top with a side of french fries and rice
When in Lisbon, explore Alfama, Belém and Sintra as well as indulging in our lovely food
Camila
Camila
Born in Brazil and living in Portugal since 2001
My favorite food is grilled octopus!
Walk and eat as much as possible in Portugal. There's always some story behind each building and dish!