The 5 best pasteis de nata in Lisbon

1) Pastéis de Belém

The owners of Pastéis de Belém claim they have the original recipe for these popular sweets. According to tradition they could be right, as the recipe is said to have originated from the Jeronimos Monastery next door. Coming to Lisbon and not trying one is like going to Rome and not having pasta.

street front of Pasteis de Belem bakery

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