Food Kiosks

Praça do Príncipe Real 1, 1250-095 Lisboa, Portugal

Kiosks seem to be everywhere in Lisbon, but especially in public parks like the Jardim do Príncipe Real and others. A throwback to the 19th century when they sold magazines, newspapers, tobacco, snacks and refreshments, these stands peddle everything from a burger and a hot dog to slice of gourmet chocolate cake at a pop-up in Campo de Ourique. All over the city, there are also food vendors on bikes, scooters and vans; they sell drinks like lemonade, small snacks like petiscos—and even the delicious local specialty, custard tarts.

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