Our Lisbon brunch suggestions
Weekenders are surrendered to brunch, the meal that combines breakfast and lunch in one (English expression that binds the words "breakfast" with "lunch"). This is the ideal program for end-of-week, for the ones who feel like lounging around to enjoy a little bedtime on Sunday morning, without the rigid times of the week.
There are brunches in Lisbon for every taste. Buffet style, so you can eat whatever you desire in the amount you want or with set menus, possibly an option more affordable for the wallet, choose your pick and enjoy the meal.
To begin with, Noobai has incredible views, as it is located right at the viewpoint of Northwind. This terrace located on the Tagus, does not only have a breathtaking panoramic view, but also serves the best brunches in town.
There you can find the Energy Brunch option for 14 euros (includes bread, scrambled eggs, smoked salmon, roasted bacon, fresh fruit, tomatoes and grilled mushrooms, fresh cheese and a drink) or the lighter option of Vitamin Brunch for 9.5 euros (includes kefir yogurt with fresh fruit, honey and bee pollen, accompanied by a drink).
The restaurant The Decadente, situated opposite the belvedere of São Pedro de Alcântara, at the hostel 'The Independent', has three brunch options to choose from for 14 euros each. The Nordic includes salmon tartare with lime and dill, roasted tomato, egg, baked eggplant and mix of leaves. But the US brunch is more greedy, offering pancakes with red fruit jam, egg, bacon, sausage and potatoes with paprika. For vegetarians there is also an option of the brunch Vegeta, with waffle, courgette, mushrooms, egg and cress.
Museu do Oriente
The brunch of the Oriental Museum is one of the most talked about in Lisbon recently. It operates on a Buffet basis, 20 € per person, and is ideal for those who like brunches with traditional breakfast options and more substantial options such as cold starters and hot dishes. The difficult thing is to choose, because there you can see assorted breads, cheeses, pastries, fruit, eggs, pancakes and juices, as well as salads and oriental specialties. This restaurant is located on the 5th floor of the museum and has a good view over the Tagus River and the bridge 25 de Abril.
Choupana Caffé is located at Saldanha and is known for delicious croissants and cappuccinos. At the weekend from 10 to 16 hours, it offers brunch menu for 14.5 euros. All have the same basics: bread basket with three different varieties, croissant or scone, buttered dish, sweet and honey, cappuccino, orange juice or yogurt with two ingredients and a brownie. You can choose to accompany with smoked salmon, cream cheese, scrambled eggs, salad, ham and cheese; or ham with melon, scrambled eggs, salad, ham and cheese; or fruit and cheese selection, scrambled eggs and salad.
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