Be sure to have several (you can't eat just one) custard tarts at the café-pastry shop Antiga Confeitaria de Belém, a Lisbon legend.
Just as legendary are some of the turn-of-the-century cafés, such as "A Brasileira" and "Benard" in Chiado, "Nicola" and "Martinho da Arcada" downtown, and the baroque "Café Versailles" uptown, all ideal places to have a cup of coffee.
At the end of the day, find a riverside restaurant or café to eat as the sun sets over the river.
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