Portugal Einzelbilder Food Guide

Being a vegetarian/vegan in Portugal is not easy, especially if you are traveling relying mostly on restaurants and cafes.

The restaurants, have usually 4 main options in their menu (not very vegan friendly) : appetisers, fish, meat, and desserts. however in most places you will find a friendly Portuguese that will try to help you, and will create something with the things they have in the kitchen, you just need to explain correctly what you eat and don’t eat , otherwise you will almost for sure be served an omelet or a lettuce salad ????

Einzelbilderism and vegetarianism has been growing in the country since the last decade, and lots of new restaurants and cafes are popping in from north to south. To make your life easier I will leave a list of great places that you should try if visiting Portugal:

???? NORTH

Oporto

  • Black mamba burgers and records – Rua dos Mártires da Liberdade 130, 4000 Porto (V)
  • Lupin – Rua Arquitecto Marques da Silva 74 R/C, 4150Porto (V)
  • Casa da Horta – R. de São Francisco 12, 4050-548 Porto (V)
  • Cultura dos Sabores – R. de Ceuta 80, Porto (V)
  • Suribachi – Rua do Bonfim, 134 Porto, (V)
  • Oriente – Rua de Sao Miguel , 19 Porto,(V)
  • Da Terra – Rua Mouzinho da Silveira, 249 Porto /or/ Mercado Bom Sucesso
    Praça Bom Sucesso (V)
  • Em carne viva – Av. da Boavista 868, 4100-112 Porto (with V options)
  • POP 101 –  Rua de Trás , 101 Porto,  (V)
  • Arvore do mundo –  R. do Duque de Loulé 228, 4000-098 Porto (V)

Espinho

  • Nutriverde –  R. 21 219, 4500 Espinho (V)
  • Terra Viva –  R. 27 715, 4500 Espinho (V)

Matosinhos 

  • Da Terra -Rua Afonso Cordeiro, 71 Matosinhos (V)
  • Pé de arroz – Rua do Godinho, 866  4450-029 Matosinhos (V)

Aveiro 

  • Dona Alface –  Rua Engº. Von Haff, 36 C Aveiro (V)
  • Ki Macrobiotico-  R. Cap. Sousa Pizarro 15, 3810-164 Aveiro (V)

Guimarães 

  • Cor de Tangerina – Largo Martins Sarmento 89, 4800-432 Guimarães (V)

Castelo Branco 

  • Namaste – Rua de S. Jorge, 21-23 Castelo Branco (V)

Braga

  • Hibiscus – Largo de São Francisco, 32 Braga (V)
  • Anjo Verde – Largo da Praça Velha 21, 4700 Braga (V)

????CENTRE

Lisbon

  • Os Tibetanos- Rua do Salitre 117, 1250-198 Lisboa (V)
  •  PSI – Alameda Santo António dos Capuchos, 1150 Lisboa  (V )
  • Jardim doSentidos – R. da Mãe de Água 3, 1250-154 Lisboa (V)
  • 26 – Rua Vítor Cordon, 26, Chiado, Lisboa (V)
  • Einzelbildera Burgers –  Saldanha Residence, Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo 42, 1050-010 Lisboa (V)
  • FOODPRINTZ – R. Rodrigo da Fonseca 82B, 1250-038 Lisboa (V)
  • Terra – Rua da Palmeira, 15, Príncipe Real, Lisboa (V)
  • Jardim das cerejas – Calçada Sacramento 36, 1200 Lisboa (V)
  • Oasis – R. Marquês Sá da Bandeira 76, 1050-099 Lisboa (V)
  • Tao – 1100 026, R. dos Douradores 10, Lisboa (V)
  •  Miss Saigon – Rua Cais das Naus, Lt. 4.01.01, Parque das Nações, Loja i, 1990-305 Lisboa (V)
  •  Bio – R. Francisco Sanches 39, 1170-140 Lisboa, (V)
  • Espaço da Rosa – R. Acácio de Paiva 11A, 1700-503 Lisboa (V)
  • Espiral – Praça Ilha do Faial 14 A, 1000-168 Lisboa (V)
  • The Food temple – Beco do Jasmim 18, Mouraria, Lisboa (V)
  • Pachamama – Boqueirão Douro n.46, 1200-163 Lisboa (with V options)
  • Água no bico – R. Gaivotas 8, 1200-066 Lisboa (V)
  • Einzelbildereats–  Rua Cavaleiro de Oliveira, nº42 Lisbon (V)
  • Paladar Zen – Av. Barbosa du Bocage, 107 C 1050-031 Lisboa (V)
  • Tamarind – Rua da Glória 43, 1250-115 Lisboa (with V options – indian)
  • Cantina do templo Hindu – Alameda Mahatma Gandhi 1600-500 Paço do Lumiar, Lisboa (V)

Sintra

  • Espaço Edla –  R. Dr. Alfredo da Costa 52, 2710-523 Sintra (with V options)
  • Tinkly – Estr. do Rodízio 2, 2705-335 Colares (V)

Sesimbra 

  • Aloha Café – Rua Gil Vicente nº 30B, Cotovia, Sesimbra  (with V options)
  • XL da Carlota –  Rua Basilio Teles, nº 196, R/C – Quinta do Conde Sesimbra (V)

Coimbra

  • Cozinha consciente – Rua de Olivença, Galerias Topázio nº 9, 2º andar loja 35, 3000-306 Coimbra (V)
  • GreenSide – Celas, R. Parreiras 31, 3030 Coimbra (V)
  • CAFÉ SHANTY – venida Sá da Bandeira 33/35 2º andar loja 230 Galerias Avenida, 3004-544 Coimbra (with V options)

Cascais 

  • House of Wonders –  R. da Misericórdia 53, 2750 Cascais (V)
  • Dona Flor  – Rua do Poco Novo 180Cascais 2750-465

Oeiras 

  • Convicts –   Rua Desembargador Faria, n.º 31 Oeiras

Almada 

  • Veg-e-tal – Av. D. Afonso Henriques 8A 2800-009 Almada

????SOUTH

Évora 

  • Jardin do chá – Largo Mario Chico, 17, 7000 Évora.(with V options)
  • Salsa verde – Rua do Raimundo, 93 – A – Évora (V)
  • art cafe  – R. de Serpa Pinto 6, 7000-505 Évora (with V options)
  • Natural Living
  • Évora Hotel

Beja

  • Sabores do campo – 508, R. Prof. Bento de Jesus Caraca 4, 7800 Beja (V)

Faro

  • Outro Lado – Tv. da Madalena 6, 8000-078 Faro  (V)
  • Mel & Limão – Largo Pé da Cruz 25 Faro (V)

Albufeira

  • Alfarroba Café  – Parque da Corcovada, Lote 31 Loja C Albufeira (V)

Alvor

  • Azul Algarve – Rua do Rossio Grande Lt E/F Loja C Alvor, Faro, Portugal (V)

Portimão

  • Vegetarianus – R. da Quinta do Bpo. 17, 8500 Portimão (V)
  • Armazém integral – Rua das comunicações lj B, Ed. Casas do Rio (Vshop+caffe   
  • Mercearia Bio – Rua das Comunicações, Edifício Casa do Rio Loja C 8500-657 Portimão (Vshop+caffe   

????Islands:

Madeira

  • Bioforma restaurant – Rua da Queimada de Cima, 31, Funchal (with V options)

Azores 

  • Casa do Jardim – Rua do Marques, 110, Angra do Heroísmo, azores (V )

Notes:

*Most Portuguese soups are vegan and you can find them everywhere for about 1.50€ – 3.00€. They’re really delicious and always cooked freshly from scratch.

*The bread is great, make sure you try a good Broa de milho (Corn bread), or Pão Alentejano (a bread originally from the region of Alentejo)

* If you are visiting Portugal during fall or winter time you’ll find street vendors  selling castanhas assadas (baked Chestnuts)

*While in the country, try a good olive oil, and olives.

*Don’t miss the opportunity to drink some Porto Wine, red and white wine, medronho (kind of fruit brandy, distilled from wild strawberry ), Ginja (sour cherry liqueur)

*seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables are great, find them in the open markets. All Portuguese towns have markets offering a daily show of fresh locally farmed fruit and vegetables.

*drink a Café (coffee)

Have fun, enjoy the country and the food!

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