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Pastéis de Belém

Cafe Bakery Pastry shop Dessert shop

One of the Most Revieweds in Lisbon


Address

R. de Belém 84 92, 1300-085 Lisboa, Portugal

Website

pasteisdebelem.pt

Contact

+351 21 363 7423

Price rating

$$ $$

Rating on Google Maps

4.60 (79.3K reviews)

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Working Hours

  • Wednesday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Thursday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Friday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Saturday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Sunday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Monday: 8 AM to 9 PM
  • Tuesday: 8 AM to 9 PM

Featured Reviews


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  • 5/5 Ingrid Elvir O. 2 years ago on Google
    The original custard cake, the birthplace of Portugal’s most famous dessert. I feel privileged for being able to come here and try so many of their desserts. It’s not overrated, it is really THAT GOOD! Completely cheap, we ate so many desserts worth coffee and paid 11 euros, come on! Amazing place, good location. The queue moves fast, efficient staff with a big smile. Our staff member was Pedro, from Brasil. Nice fellow! Will come again when in Lisbon!
    15 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 3/5 Vlad B. 1 year ago on Google
    Nice place that is famous for Pastel de Belem. For my taste, I prefer regular Pastel de Nate. Pastel de Belem, for me, had too much cream and was too sweet. This place has two options, to eat inside, where you can spend an hour staying in the line, or you go to another door where you can buy the same items without waiting in the line, but you will not have a seat.
    15 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Bilal A. 1 year ago on Google
    Probably the most famous place in Portugal and Lisbon for the tarts. It tastes more of a custard compared to the ones in other places in Lisbon (more egg yolk). They having seating indoors and you will definitely be surprised when you see the number of people sitting inside or waiting to get a table. Expect wait times to either buy or get a seat. The tart costs 1.2 euros. Definitely worth trying when in Belem. Recommended.
    10 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Shyam S. 2 months ago on Google • 1248 reviews New
    During our waking tour To guide, talked a great deal about this, its history and its making. And also about the secret recipe of their world, famous cake and recommended. It’s a must try. So we check-in got a pastry for €1.4 and tried it was good. Rich history and a great place to sit n dine.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Rox A. 1 year ago on Google
    The reviews were all true that you can get in faster if you ate in the restaurant than lining up for takeaway. Food is cheap and the ambiance was refreshing. The servers were friendly and had really good suggestions on what to eat. This has the most authentic but extremely affordable Portuguese egg tart that I have been craving for years. I loved it.
    9 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Nuria Y. 3 months ago on Google • 457 reviews New
    The most famous place in Lisbon and it's worth the hype. They do the original recipe and you can tell they taste different than in other places, specially the filling. They tasted delicious, and they were warm and crispy. There was a queue but the waiting time was really short as they have a lot of space to seat down, so I would recommend eating in. Hot chocolate was also lovely and place inside looked nice. Can't wait to come back one day!
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Cely. M. 3 years ago on Google
    Inclua no seu itinerário quando vier visitar Belém (Lisboa) uma ida á Fábrica dos pasteis de Belém, que são uns pasteis de sabor único no mundo, que o vai deixar com água na boca. Embora com filas intermináveis todos os dias, vale a pena a espera. Os pastéis de nata ou pastéis de belém são uma das mais populares especialidades da doçaria portuguesa. Embora se possam saborear pastéis de nata em muitos cafés e pastelarias, a receita original é um segredo exclusivo da Fábrica dos Pastéis de Belém, em Lisboa (único local cujos doces devem receber a nomenclatura pastéis de Belém). Aí, tradicionalmente, os pastéis comem-se ainda quentes, polvilhados de açúcar em pó e canela. O Pastel de Belém foi eleito em 2011 uma das 7 Maravilhas da Gastronomia de Portugal Hoje devido à Covid os pastéis continuam com as suas intermináveis filas um pouco mais morosas, cumprido as normas de distanciamento estabelecidas pela DGS. Também tem a opção, se não quiser sair do seu sofá, e lhe apetecer uns pastéis de nata, acabadinhos de fazer. Os Pasteis de Belém têm um serviço de entrega ao domicílio, através do Uber Eats , Glovo!. Os pasteis de Belém tem Take Away
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Ebun O. 1 year ago on Google
    I wasn’t really a fan of the custard tarts but I really wanted to try the other pastries but they were a sold out. Guess it’s best to go early in the morning to the best options. Notwithstanding, it was to experience the iconic pastries. Also, the queues move pretty quickly as well.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 L A. 1 year ago on Google
    The most delicious tarts ever. Not too sweet. Slightly warmed. More creamy than other ones. You can sprinkle on icing sugar and cinnamon. You can either get in line to sit down or take away.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Hyun K. 2 years ago on Google
    I got here a little after 2pm for a late lunch but still there was a line for a table. I ordered two savory pastries and two sweet ones. all four of them were very good. coffee was excellent. the price was very very reasonable and the service was fast and pleasant. the server carries around the small credit card machines and check out is super fast, too. upside: lots of bathrooms! downside: if you want to sit and enjoy the food, go during off lunch or dinner time. :)
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Joey O. 6 months ago on Google
    I loved their egg tart. Not so sweet and the crust is crispy. the queue seems long but it takes 2 mins to get your hands on the delectable goodies. Go to the corner of the building where they have a dedicated Only Pastéis area.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 CHIKITO P. 1 year ago on Google
    You have no idea how good and fresh these tarts/treats are until you have them. There are no words to describe them. A definite must while in Lisbon. There are two lines, seating and takeout. The take out is a lot faster even though there is a long line outside most of the time. There is also a park across the street where you can sit and enjoy the food on your own.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Martin B. 1 year ago on Google
    For those complaining about the line, don’t do takeout. Instead, go inside and grab a table. Their pastries are absolutely delicious and they, hands-down, have THE best pastel de nato in all of Lisbon…perhaps the universe! Combine this with their friendly service and a rich history.
    3 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Jeff E. 2 months ago on Google • 227 reviews New
    This is the birthplace of the Portuguese tarts. There's a lot of history here, though you won't find anything in the way of plaques or displays that speaks to this on site. The line is long to get in, but it moves quickly as there are multiple seating areas and they are large. If you don't care for the seating, there is a walk up option to a take out window so you can order and be on your way. You're not missing much in terms of the atmosphere if you skip the seating as the place is very functional and designed to move people through as quickly as possible. Depending on the room you get seated in, it can be very hot and stifling, as we found out when we moved through the place to get to the bathrooms, which were clean and well maintained. The Portuguese tarts were fantastic, as expected, but honestly, not noticeably better than many of the other places we tried throughout our trip. I wasn't surprised by that either, but they were still great and I went here for the experience, to see and sit in the place where the tarts were born. You can watch bakers working through a large glass window as they work their magic. The one we watched was very friendly, smiling and holding up tarts for me to take photos. You can get many other pastries, as well as sandwiches and snacks too, but why? Just get the tarts. Also, as we explored the surrounding area and rested in the nearby park, we watched a staff member ride around on a bike with paniers full of tarts, selling them to whoever had a craving but didn't know it. Really cool idea, but I'd rather go get them hot out of the ovens.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Chen L. 4 months ago on Google • 55 reviews
    Absolutely AMAZING!!! It was well worth waiting in the queue for a table. I didn’t think the quality of those custard tarts could be much different, but I was wrong about that! You’ll get much superior quality here for pretty much the same price! Please do yourself a favour and pay this place a visit while you’re in Lisbon.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 jeremy c. 6 months ago on Google
    Wow! Came here twice and I totally enjoyed the Pastéis. Only downside was the queues which I must say varies based on the time of the day. 9-11 am less crowded After 12pm wait about 30-45 mins Tip : sit on the patio outside and your experience will be totally different … I went in October so the weather was superb
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 진리가 여행을 자유케 �. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) It's crispy and moist with egg tart. I ate it a la carte and it was delicious, so I bought 15. It was worth the long wait and eat. (Original) 바삭바삭하고 촉촉한 에그타르트 나따. 단품으로 먹었다가 맛있어서 15개나 샀다. 오래 기다려서 먹을만한 가치가 있었다.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Peter C. 6 months ago on Google
    We were fortunate to visit in the shoulder season. We waited about 15 minutes to be seated. We also asked to be seated in the back room where there is more light and the open doors make a nice breeze. The Pastel de Belem and the Bola de Berlim were great. The tarts were more flaky than others we have had. Every bit was perfection. We knew it would be good and made sure we stopped when we came out to Belem.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Dina G. 5 months ago on Google
    This is on of the best pasties I ever had!!! This is so much recommended specially from this place !! I tried a lot but this is the best place to try ! You need to know that there are 2 lines waiting : one for the take away in the right side The other on on the left for dinning in. You need to wait specially in the left one (Dine in) BUT it’s worth and so recommended !!
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Ray 1 year ago on Google
    The best when it comes to the Egg Custer with Flaky Shell!!! Not too sweet and the flaky shell just melts in you mouth. Eat one with one bite is very enjoyable 😀 There are always two lines formed in front of the store during vacation time. The line on the left is for sitting down eating inside (few rooms and a larger courtyard) and the line on the right is for buying pastries to go.
    2 people found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Ali k. 2 months ago on Google • 130 reviews New
    After learning about this place, I woke up early to take an Uber from my hotel to Belem, Lisbon. What a beautiful scene, beautiful landmark across from the pastry shop and next to it is the monastery. I was the third in line waiting for the pastry shop to open excited to try the ever famous custard tarts. Once open, I got in, ordered three tarts and thought I’d try the samosas and cheese roll. Grabbed a seat and took a bite from the 1st custard tart, it was delicious, warm, moist, not too sweet. For my next tarts, I added cinnamon and powdered sugar. Taste was slightly better but I’d rather eat the tarts without sugar and cinnamon. Samosa was okay not something I’d order again, the roll too was okay. I would stick with the tarts and pastries. A place I recommend to visit and indulge and satisfy your sweet tooth.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Matt Q. 2 months ago on Google • 255 reviews New
    It’s a must. Not just a tourist stop. A must. The Pasteis are AMAZING. You need at least 2 per person (we don’t eat a lot). The Cappuccino was also excellent. Tip of advice: go there BEFORE the monetary and get there before 10am or it gets crowded. 100% worth the trip.

  • 5/5 Shane R. 2 months ago on Google • 18 reviews New
    Absolutely delicious and inexpensive. We got two egg tarts and coffee. This was the best Portuguese egg tart I’ve tasted so far. Do note the queue may appear to be very long, but we found that they get through the queue quite quickly.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Griselda F. 5 months ago on Google
    Hands down the best Portuguese Egg Tarts I have ever tasted. It is freshly cooked from the oven, the filling is rich, creamy and steamy hot. The crust part is crunchy. We have to wait quite a long time to get a seat, but it was worth it. Hot chocolate is also sweet and delicious. Recommended
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Stephanie V. 5 months ago on Google
    This place has a long history and it’s worth a visit but maybe to sit inside to soak up the ambiance. If I’m honest my sister and I didn’t like the Pastel de Nata here but I think it is just my preference and shouldn’t be a reason for you to not go. If you are trying to squeeze this into your trip you can go to other Nata shops but if you want to experience a piece of history then check the place out.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Aditi V. 6 months ago on Google
    A must visit when you are in Lisbon to try the famous Pasties de Belem - the egg custard tart. The recipe is years old. Also tried their duck and spinach pie, prawn, and chicken pie. With the home baked bread, rice flour cake, and mango milkshake. Everything is pretty reasonably priced. They usually have a long queue of people waiting both for the dine-in and take away options. It looks like a small place from the outside, but one would be surprised to see one room flow into another. 250 people can be seated inside, and the crowd is pretty fast moving. The staff is very efficient. They have a variety of snacks, toasts/sandwich, drinks, and pastries/cakes options.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Melli 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Egg tart legend restaurant 😭💛 It tasted differently from the egg tart I've ever eaten. It's so regrettable that I didn't eat more egg tarts... I want to go back to Portugal because of this. And the interior was wider than expected, so there were a lot of seats. The bathroom is spacious and clean, so it would be okay to stay in the hall. (Original) 에그타르트 레전드 맛집 😭💛 진짜 여태 먹은 에그타르트중에 차원이 다르게 맛있었음.. 적당한 기름기와 겉은 바삭 속은 촉촉 그자체.. 왜 사람이 많은지 알거같다...그리고 회전율이 높아서 더 맛있는것 같기도? 이 에그타르트 더 많이 못 먹은게 너무 아쉬울정도.. 여기때문에 포르투갈 다시 가고싶음. 그리고 내부가 생각보다 넓어서 좌석이 엄청 많았다. 화장실도 넓고 깨끗해서 홀에 머물러도 괜찮을듯.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 M I. 1 year ago on Google
    Excellent!!!! I opted for table service. It was very busy and my server was very slow. He was very nice, but I watched the other servers checking on their guests and mine just never did. The food and beverages were perfect. Fun atmosphere. There are different rooms to sit in and there is an outside area too. It was so good I had to order more. Bathroom was immaculate. Highly recommend!!
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Rachel C. 3 years ago on Google
    What to say about the best (and original) pastel de Belem in the World! It's simply the best! It does not look like but inside is huge and even though we had to wait a little bit to get a table in the end was all good.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 4/5 Carlos F. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Best known house in Portugal with the famous pastel de nata. It really is an excellent product. I love a good Belém pastry with sugar and cinnamon. Very large house with many rooms. Very close to a great monument like the Jerónimos. I recommend (Original) Casa mais conhecida em Portugal com o famoso pastel de nata. Realmente é um excelente produto. Adoro um bom pastel de Belém com açúcar e canela. Casa muito ampla e com muitas salas. Muito perto de um grande monumento como os Jerónimos. Recomendo
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Ahana Mitra (. 5 months ago on Google
    This place arguably has the best Nata in Lisbon! We wanted to experience the dine-in facilities and it seemed like a pretty long line but it moved really fast as the place is very well managed. We ordered multiple items from the menu and a 6 pack tart. We carried the tarts with us back to our home country and interestingly the pastry was still crunchy after 10 hours! Loved everything about this place and would highly recommend it.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Kazi S. 2 years ago on Google
    Great cafe experience, with brilliant history associated. I visited them 2 times whilst during my stay in Lisbon. Their dessert and their fish cakes are brilliant!
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Dr. D. 2 years ago on Google
    The original Pastéis de Nata. If you want the real thing not just a good knockoff you want to go here. The queue can be long but the staff works fast and the product ist just outstanding tasty. I can't imagine a product more pure in essence of Lissabon than Pastéis de Nata from Pastéis de Belém. Enjoy it if you have the opportunity!
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 qlv a. 6 months ago on Google
    A very popular Portuguese bakery in Belem near Central Lisbon. It is a must-stop-by place for visitors. The bakery is known for its varieties of custards. Make sure to get there early as the line could be very long. Early morning with an empty stomach would be best in order for guests to try as many types as possible. There is a window for guests to view the bakery operation.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 2/5 Debbie M. 2 years ago on Google
    Queues for seats seem constant, so we got a take away box. These were not the best Pastel de Nata that we had in Lisbon. Still tasty, but not the best. I understand it's where the pastel de nata originates, but unless you can get inside, sit and experience the history of the place, it's a little disappointing.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Gabriel C. 3 years ago on Google
    D’excellents Pastéis de nata dans un lieu typique de Belém. Ils sont vendus en grandes quantités dans cette boulangerie traditionnelle de Lisbonne, servis chaud à emporter même en période covid19, je recommande
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Michael W. 2 years ago on Google
    First meal in Portugal and it did not disappoint. Let's cut to the chase. You're here for the pasteis (plural) cause let's be real, you're not only going to order one pastel. Grab a couple and round the rest of your table out with other snacks and an espresso or cappuccino or something. Snap a photo for the gram then DIG IN.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 justacupofJOE 3 years ago on Google
    By far some of the best custard tarts you’ll have and worth taking the train to this place! It’s about a 45 min ride from downtown Lisbon. Worth noting that the earlier you go, the better you’ll have a chance of no lineup like I did!
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 Ami S. 3 years ago on Google
    Love this place, I came here once when I was in Lisbon. Sometimes you wait a short while to have a seat but it is worth. It gets a big plus for ability of taking food like takeaway.
    1 person found this review helpful 👍

  • 5/5 C G. 1 month ago on Google • 156 reviews New
    Delicious pastries. Don’t wait in line outside for takeaway. There are two other entries: Table service and Counter. Go in through table service and find a table to sit down and enjoy the delicious pastries. Not too sweet and reasonably priced!

  • 5/5 Sophie F. 2 months ago on Google • 81 reviews New
    We decided to visit as this is the birth place of the famous pastries! Although I didn't try one as I don't like custard! So I ordered a puff pastry sausage roll which was really tasty and it was a decent size for the price! The hot chocolate was one of the best in Lisbon! The bakery is huge, but seemed quite dated. The toilets were really cool too! Must visit when in Lisbon!

  • 5/5 Zelda D. 1 month ago on Google • 47 reviews New
    Figured this place would be a tourist trap and not live up to the hype, but boy was I wrong. Yes, the pasteis are delicious, but everything else we tried there was outstanding too. The prices are great so we ordered a variety and had a table loaded with delicacies without going broke. One of my most memorable meals from our trip to Portugal. And the fresh squeezed orange juice is a must try. So delicious.

  • 5/5 Shannon Roers J. 2 months ago on Google • 26 reviews New
    A must try local experience! While you can get the Portuguese custard tarts many places, you have to try the original. The crust on these, especially when they are warm, is different and better than all the rest. When they are warm the crust "shatters" when you bite it, unlike the others that have a more traditional pie crust. We ate here twice. The first day we got tarts to go, and the next day we dined-in and tried some of the other pastries as well. Everything was good, but the pastis de nata were the best!

  • 5/5 Tania M. 1 month ago on Google • 11 reviews New
    The place is so crowded that I am not sure if they could do a better job with the service. However, once you get a table, you are in for a treat. Without a doubt, the best Portuguese pasteis! So fresh and delicious!! The rest of the items we tried were also good but the tarts are definitely the hit! 100% worth the wait!

  • 5/5 Stef M. 1 month ago on Google • 9 reviews New
    Amazing authentically Portuguese spot for morning or afternoon coffee and pastries. Everything is fresh and the place is popular for every right reason. I recommend to try the fried triangle with chicken.We visited three times during our trip because it was so good!

  • 5/5 Yakov S. 1 year ago on Google
    This place gets it. Food is 10/10. The egg tart, phenomenal. If you are in Portugal, this establishment is an absolute recommendation to visit and get their egg tarts. We arrived early 9am for table service and there was no line but when we left at 10am, the line for table service had already begun to form. Great prices.

  • 4/5 Wongwaa F. 5 months ago on Google
    The Portuguese tarts are delicious, but I don’t understand why they came to me and asked me if I wanted to continue ordering or pay and leave when I didn’t ask to pay. I came here to enjoy a lunch alone, never expected I would be treated like that. I had to pay and leave when I hadn't finished eating. There were a lot of tables, I don’t know why they were in such a hurry. Not happy about it.

  • 5/5 G. 2 years ago on Google
    There’s nothing special nearby, and it was getting late. We weren’t sure if we should stop by or not, but it was the best choice ever to stop by. Obviously, the pastel de nata is super good—no jokes it’s amazing. The workers were really nice too! They even give a lot of powdered sugar and cinnamon. At first, we only tried it with the sugar, but now we understand why they gave us cinnamon. It’s just amazing.

  • 5/5 Miklós N. 2 years ago on Google
    You can get pastel de nata in several places, but you should definitely come to this patisserie. Big area with lots of people waiting inside and outside. But it’s worth the wait for a lot of delicious cookies (not just creamy) and coffee. The service is polite though not very smiling.

  • 5/5 Francisco G. 5 months ago on Google
    Well well. I came here many years ago and i did not like these nice pastries. But today I couldn't stop eating them. Really beautiful lounge old fashioned and service is top notch. Despite the people the waiting time is not so high. Give it a go and try this place in Belem.

  • 5/5 Sabrina C. 5 months ago on Google
    The natas - definitely best in Portugal or Lisbon at least. You can taste the well balanced spice and egg within the custard Love it! I wish I could stuff 10 in one go I gotta say tho when we walked in there was no obvious sign regarding table service. We tried to order at the store front but was told to order in the back. It took us a long time to find a table despite there were a blocked off area in the back. we were told to “stand along the wall” by a server. An older waiter came once we sat down and completed our order promptly. Our dining experience improved from then.

  • 5/5 Tevis P. 5 months ago on Google
    An absolutely delightful and delicious pastry dessert. Not too sweet, just right. Loved they added powdered sugar and cinnamon if you wanted it too. The line moves quickly and their service was great. Don't fret it, buy the package option so you don't regret it later. Definitely will be back in future visits.

  • 5/5 Ren X. 1 month ago on Google • 7 reviews New
    The best Portuguese egg tarts I had in Lisbon! The crust was perfectly crispy, and I love how they weren't as sweet as the ones I had at the other shops. The shop was pretty crowded but we didn't have to wait for a table. There's also a separate queue for take-out. A must-try in Belem!

  • 5/5 S O. 2 years ago on Google
    Best egg tarts we’ve had in Lisbon. We also had the cakes and other pastries with fish, meat and veg fillings. They were all delicious and cheap. The queue for table service moved fast because the place is MASSIVE inside and the waiters are very fast and efficient while also friendly and multilingual. Good English at least, like most of the people we met in Lisbon. This bakery alone was worth the trek out from Lisbon to Belém, although we loved the rest of Belém as well. Highlight of our trip.

  • 5/5 l c. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good organization and great pastries (Original) Boa organização e ótimos pastéis

  • 5/5 Eric s. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Delight (Original) Delícia

  • 5/5 sofia a. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) A special place .... A symbol of Lisbon ..... (Original) Um lugar especial.... Um símbolo de Lisboa.....

  • 5/5 Lurdes J. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) They are great (Original) São ótimas

  • 5/5 Sanel Hadziahmetovic J. 3 years ago on Google
    Stunning!

  • 5/5 velyn E. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) This is why Portugal's onnabom (Original) 이래서 포르투갈 오나봄

  • 5/5 Ana N. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Some years ago I didn't eat a pastel de Belém today I went there and bought it, you can't eat on the spot as we know it, but they were warm and very good there. Good service and comply with all recommended rules. I can say 25 years spent there I ate the best Belém pastries in the world (Original) Já alguns anos que não comia um pastel de Belém hum hoje fui lá e comprei não se pode comer no local como sabemos mas, estavam quentinhos e mt bons aí que saudades Bom atendimento e cumprem todas as regras recomendadas . Posso dizer 25 anos passados lá comi os pastéis de Belém melhor do mundo

  • 1/5 Rogério Basile Q. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Today I was buying some take away pastries. When I placed the order for the store attendant for 1 box with 6 pastels. She started to laugh at me, didn't understand my request and said: “we have many boxes, many. I just need to know how many you want! ” And he laughed with the boy next to him. laughs, feeling like the most fun person in Lisbon. I believe that with the pandemic, there is no room for making customers silly. We went there. There is 13km from home, not to be treated badly. I came home feeling very bad for not answering what she deserved to hear, because I have an education! I'll never go back to the store. That sad! Today 2/23/2021. Very sad the kind of service! (Original) Hoje estive a comprar uns pastéis take away. Quando fiz o pedido para a atendente da loja de 1 caixa com 6 pastéis. Ela começou a rir de mim, não entendeu meu pedido e disse: “temos muitas caixas, muitas. Só preciso saber quantas quer!” E ficou às risadas com o rapaz que estava ao lado. gargalhadas, se sentindo a pessoa mais divertida de Lisboa. Acredito que com a pandemia, não há espaço para fazerem os clientes de bobos. Fomos lá. Ha 13km de casa, não para sermos mal tratados. Voltei para casa me sentindo muito mal por não ter respondido o que ela merecia ouvir, pois tenho educação! Nunca mais volto à loja. Que triste! Hoje 23/02/2021. Muito triste o tipo de atendimento!

  • 4/5 Paulo Cristo D. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Undoubtedly delicious ... (Original) Sem dúvida deliciosos...

  • 4/5 tatiana c. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Cozy place, but due to confinement it only works on a take way basis. Unit price 1.15 € Located in the heart of the historic center, with a tower, the pattern of the discoveries to visit. Well served in terms of public transport. (Original) Local acolhedor, mas devido ao confinamento só funciona em regime take way. Valor da unidade 1.15€ Situado em pleno centro histórico, com torre,padrão dos descobrimentos para visitar . Bem servido em termos de transportes públicos.

  • 5/5 Li F. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Delicious custard tarts, good yet hot (Original) Pastéis deliciosos tipo pastéis de nata,bons ainda quentes

  • 5/5 Olga E. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) I like Pasteis de Belém)) (Original) Eu gosto de Pasteis de Belém))

  • 5/5 Miguel T. 3 years ago on Google
    The most famous "pastéis de nata" in Portugal. Superb!

  • 5/5 Lidia De R. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) excellent pastries (Original) Pasteis excelentes

  • 5/5 Nelson F. 3 years ago on Google
    Pasteis de nata contam uma historia que so pode ser revivida nesta casa. Quando como aqui os meus pasteis de Belem, fecho os olhos, esqueço os criticos gastronômicos e as replicas, deixando-me envolver pelo ambiente recebendo eu o premio de degustar novamente a minha meia duzia de Pasteis de Belem. Sinto-me novamente poeta, criança e viajante a devorar cultura. E para quem nunca sentiu saudades e nao fala a lingua de Camões, em vez de procurar no Google tradutor o significado da palavra, que venha provar um pastel e ficara para sempre com a tradução gravada no coração e no palato.

  • 5/5 Grace S. 3 years ago on Google
    The original. If you are in Lisbon, you absolutely have to stop by and get a pastel de nata. It is amazing how creamy and wonderful the pastry is and it definitely feels like a nice bit of history. Did not sit in and just did takeaway and would 100% recommend. I read several reviews that said it was not worth it to sit in and based upon what I saw in terms of wait, I would agree. There are a ton of lovely gardens and bench spots along the beach that are far better to sit at and eat in my opinion (and is what I did with my pastry). Absolute must try. I'm sure you can find amazing pastel de natas elsewhere in Lisbon (and other places), but there is something about coming to the original and trying them out there.

  • 5/5 Heidi F. 3 years ago on Google
    Everyone going to Lisbon must visit Pastéis de Belém for Pastel de nata!! It is the founding store for Pastel de nata. The store is extremely beautiful with blue ceramic tiles and arched deco🥰 The Pastel de nata here is different from the one we have in Hong Kong. In Lisbon, the pastel de nata is made with custard, while that in Hong Kong is made with egg. Personally I quite like the one with custard😋 Read more of our food reviews on IG/VERO at @hehefoodie

  • 5/5 madalena R. 3 years ago on Google
    Amazing delicious custard tarts. They are served still warm and super crunchy. The staff gives you a very friendly, warm and pleasant service. It's a sure tasty and happy experience!

  • 5/5 Rafaela Graf S. 3 years ago on Google
    Definitely the best ‘pastel de nata’ in town. The place is amazing, staff is friendly, and there’s a lot of options in the menu if you don’t eat pastel de maya. Prices are good, each pastel is €1.20. The best tip is to enter and eat inside (there’s over 450 seats*), usually there’s no line to enter, the big line is to take away. * at the pandemic they are restricting the seats to 250 people.

  • 5/5 Margarida J. 3 years ago on Google
    Simply the best! You can't visit Lisbon and not eat these. They are divine!

  • 5/5 Maurizio M. 3 years ago on Google
    If you are in Lisbon don’t you even dare to miss this place. Old fashioned pastry shop and bar with amazing sweets. Try Pastel de Nata first and then enjoy the rest. This place is very popular with locals and tourists alike so be prepared to wait. The interiors are original and haven’t changed. My suggestion: go there for breakfast! A full 5 stars.

  • 5/5 Like G. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Good. It's very popular (Original) Bom. É mt popular

  • 4/5 Khoi P. 2 years ago on Google
    This place is a whole institution, a very well-oiled machine. Make sure you check the line to see whether it goes to the to-go section or to the dine-i! section. Of course, the nata here is quite good.

  • 5/5 William W. 3 years ago on Google
    This is the place. Yes, there are custard tart places all over Lisbon, but I am so glad that we found this one. Look out! After you scarf down like 5 of these little guys, you will probably find yourself back in line (like us) to buy more of them. Yes, this is it folks.

  • 5/5 Rachel R. 2 years ago on Google
    Oh.my.god. Stop what you are doing and go here now. The BEST pastries I have had here in Portugal. The fact that they were fresh out of the oven was ridiculously delicious. You will want at least two. The chocolate cake was great if you are craving that, but the Pastel de Belem is where it’s at. I now understand why people do a 6 pack for take away. The Mista was good and tasted just like a grilled cheese.

  • 3/5 Edmilson D. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Excellent! (Original) Ótimo!

  • 5/5 Hayk G. 3 years ago on Google
    They say if you are in Lisbon you have to visit this place. Everyone heard the story about the first de nata, this is the best one in the country blah blah blah, but hey, it's true. I have tried so many de nata in Portugal and this was the best. Of course you can find really good nata at other places as well. Long story short. The vibe of the place, the ceramics on the walls, the coffee cups....Unique!

  • 5/5 Isabel M. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) We had to wait and it was December, it was worth it. All delicious .... The attention of 10 ... A must if you travel to Lisbon (Original) Nos tocó esperar y eso que era diciembre, merece la pena. Todo riquísimo.... La atención de 10... Visita obligada si viajas a Lisboa

  • 3/5 MAC A. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) The Belém cakes are delicious, their dough is flaky and very crunchy and their cream is not very sweet. Almost all patisseries sell pastel de nata, but these are the real ones. I give them a 3 because, unfortunately, every year what happens the great concern they have is to put people and more people inside. Rooms and more rooms and in each space they have, they put a table and clients. The coffee is nothing special. There are many queues to enter the premises. The prices are normal. The bathrooms in the great room appear to be temporary masonry. Horrifying !! Waiters work in a hurry so that people stay for a short time. I have known the place for many years and with each passing year they lose their authenticity and beauty. If you are lucky and you "touch" the old room, it will be a quite pleasant experience. You can also buy the cupcakes and take them home. It is worth the visit. (Original) Los pasteles de Belém son deliciosos, su masa es hojaldrada y muy crujiente y su crema no es muy dulce. Casi todas las pastelerías venden pasteles de nata, pero estos son los auténticos. Les doy un 3 porque, infelizmente, a cada año qué pasa la gran preocupación que tienen es meter gente y más gente dentro. Salones y más salones y en cada hueco que tienen, meten una mesa y clientes. El café no es nada de especial. Hacen muchas colas para entrar en el local. Los precios son normales. Los baños del gran salón parece que son provisionales de obra. Horrorosos!! Los camareros trabajan con prisas para que la gente se quede poco tiempo. Yo conozco el local desde hace muchos años y a cada año que pasa pierden su autenticidad y belleza. Si tienes suerte y te "toca" el salón antiguo, será una experiencia bastante agradable. También puedes comprar los pastelitos y llevarlos a casa. Vale la pena la visita.

  • 4/5 Luis V. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Emblematic site (Original) Local emblemático

  • 5/5 Isabel G. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) There's no equal, they're really unique 🙌🏻 (Original) Não há igual, são mesmo únicos 🙌🏻

  • 5/5 Eva M. 2 years ago on Google
    We had such a good experience here. The pasteis are actually super yummy and the other pastries too. What surprised me was how fast we got in, even though there was a 10m line outside. We had the most friendly service and felt absolutely taken care of. I’m impressed how they manage to deliver an outstanding service experience, convey an authentic DNA and at the same time have extremely reasonable prices. Thank you so much.

  • 5/5 Yolanda 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Wonderful (Original) Maravilhosos

  • 5/5 Remulo C. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Great, delicacy of the Kings. (Original) Ótimo,manjar dos Reis.

  • 5/5 Rishi C. 3 years ago on Google
    Best to skip line by asking to sit inside and dine. Lovely cakes, drinks and atmosphere.

  • 5/5 DK 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Beyond selling the best egg tart The house that created one food category Belem tart, Portuguese tart, Nataobika You can think that it all originated from this house. After tasting that taste, I searched for a place that imitated even though it wasn't exactly the same in Korea There was only one place on Jeju Island. On the other hand, when eating, sprinkle with cinnamon powder and sugar powder, but it has a different charm than just eating. I remember at first glance that there were only three people who knew the original recipes of Pastace de Belém, how tight the recipe was. Anyway, if you come to visit, I hope you don’t worry and eat a lot.. (Original) 최고의 에그타르트를 판다는 것을 넘어 하나의 푸드 카테고리를 만들어 낸 집 벨렘 타르트, 포르투갈식 타르트, 나따오비카 모두 이집에서 유래된거라고 생각할 수 있다. 저 맛을 보고 난 뒤, 한국에도 완전히 같지는 않아도 비슷하게 흉내라도 낸 곳을 찾아 다녔는데 제주도에 딱 한군데 있었다. 한편 먹을 때, 시나몬 파우더, 슈가 파우더를 솔솔 뿌려먹는데, 그냥 먹는거랑은 또다른 매력이 있다. 레시피에 대한 보안이 얼마나 심한지 파스테이스 드 벨렝의 오리지날 레시피를 아는 분은 3명이라고 얼핏 들었던 기억이 있다. 무튼 방문하게 된다면 고민하지말고 많이 먹어두길 바램.. (나중에 먹고싶어도 못먹으니깐...ㅠㅠ)

  • 5/5 Juan Francisco G. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Fantastic cafeteria next to the Jerónimos Monastery. It has many rooms inside because of how touristy it is for its famous sweets, which will make it easier to find a place to sit. (Original) Fantástica cafeteria al lado del monasterio de los Jerónimos. Tiene muchas salas por dentro por lo turística que es por sus famosos dulces, lo cual facilitará encontrar sitio para sentarse.

  • 5/5 Dra. Hellen Moskoski - N. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Lisbon city icon. Pastels are perfect! (Original) Ícone da cidade de Lisboa. Os pastéis são perfeitos!

  • 5/5 Pedro P. 3 years ago on Google
    Great cakes.

  • 4/5 Adriele K. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Queue too long (Original) Fila muito grande

  • 5/5 carolina c. 3 years ago on Google
    (Translated by Google) Note 1000, especially in this pandemic season (Original) Nota 1000, principalmente nesta época de pandemia


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