If you’re looking for a lively and exciting spot to grab some delicious food in Lisbon, then look no further than the Time Out Market.
Located in Cais do Sodré, this historic market has been a popular destination for locals for over a century. However, it’s recently gained a whole new level of popularity among tourists as well, and for good reason!
With an impressive selection of quality food stalls, the Time Out Market is the perfect place to hang out and enjoy a tasty meal with friends or family.
So whether you’re a local or a first-time visitor, come and discover the buzz and excitement of the Lisbon Time Out Market.
Balcony da Esquina
One of the most popular stalls or restaurants in Mercado da Ribeira is the Balcao da Esquina. This particular shop opened in 2016, and since its opening, it boasts many local and universally delicious dishes –mostly snacks-. Its roast pork sandwich is especially popular. The sandwich’s ingredients are pork, tomato, onions, mustard, and arugula.
One of the most popular stalls or restaurants in Mercado da Ribeira is the Balcao da Esquina.
Créme de la Créme
Sopa da Pedra (stone soup) is a famous dish from the town of Almeirim, but thanks to Créme de la Créme chefs in the Timeout Market, it is also served in central Lisbon. The ingredients of the soup are sausages, beef, beans, cabbage, and carrots.
Santini is an ice cream shop in the Timeout Market and it has many popular flavors like strawberry, vanilla, melon, nuts, chocolate, and more. However, the shop is especially famous for its coconut ice cream which is very rich in its aroma. It is definitely to be tried after a nice meal in the market.
Pap’Açorda is one of the older shops in the market which introduced its famous lamb chops to its menu more than 35 years ago. It is served either as breaded or grilled. It has several side dishes like purée or fries. The seasoning of the chops involves lemon, garlic, salt, and crumbs.
Nos é Mais Bolos
This one is run by a Cuban woman who provides her visitors with a cake named chocolate bomb which is almost entirely chocolate as its name suggests. The dough of the cake is mostly chocolate biscuit, the filling is Callebaut chocolate mousse, the icing is again Callebaut chocolate, and, on top of it all, it has chocolate or cookie bits.
This one is run by a Cuban woman who provides her visitors with a cake named chocolate bomb which is almost entirely chocolate as its name suggests.
Croquets are very popular in Lisbon, and the Mercado da Ribeira has several shops that serve them. Traditional meat croquette of the Croqueteria is the most popular among all different kinds of croquettes. Visitors might choose other options like sausage, chicken, or fish croquette, but the traditional option is usually regarded as the best. It is filled with onions, garlic, bay leaf, celery, and chorizo and served with mustard.