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Best Cafes in Lisbon

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Lisbon is a surreal and stunning city of Portugal. The age-old castles, forts, and buildings enhance the charm of this vintage city manifold. Bordered by sun-kissed beaches, this hilly coastal capital is one of the favourite places to visit by travelers. If you want to see and do as much as possible, you might need a little pick-me-up. Lisbon is full of hip cafes at every turn and here are some of the best ones:

Hello, Kristof

Flip through some of your favourite magazines while sipping coffee in Hello, Kristoff. This hip cafe is the work of Ricardo, a graphic designer who knows about the needs of them freelancers and digital nomads. The design is minimalist, the space is cozy and the coffee is impeccably crafted to order. So plug in your laptop and keep ordering coffee or refreshing iced teas. The menu also contains a healthy selection of foods such as yogurt bowls and acai bowls along with the sweet treats.

Hello, Kristof
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The Mill

The Mill is an Australian-Portuguese café where the focus is on fresh Portuguese ingredients, served with an Aussie twist. This café is famous for its classic breakfast spread.You can also try their famous homemade pastries, sweets, cookies, sandwiches and salads. On weekends they serve brunch: everything from Vegemite on toast to eggs and chouriço. If you haven’t had a perfect flat white yet, this is the place to get one. You can also sip on lattes, cold brew and more, all made from locally-sourced beans that are roasted just down the road. The menu also includes traditional Portuguese drinks like the pingado: espresso with just a bit of milk.

the mill
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Wish Slow Coffee House

Located at the trendy LX Factory, Wish Slow Coffee is a must for specialty coffee fans. Charming doodles on the wall, origami chandeliers, and delightfully mod furniture—it’s impossible not to smile when you pop into Wish Slow. Choose from Chemex, French press, drip, iced or espresso. You can pair your coffee with a plate of Dutch poffertjes (tiny, fluffy pancakes) or a bagel with smoked salmon, salads and bruschetta  among many other treats.

Wish Slow Coffee House
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Tease

The café is aptly named as the rich aromas of coffee and sugar and some tempting tasty treats will tease your tastebuds. The laidback cozy atmosphere can be enjoyed with one of the delectable house drinks like Nutella coffee (best of both worlds). Drop by for a lazy brunch or to savour a piece of cake. Tease will never disappoint you.

tease
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Heim Café

This is an adorable, light-filled cafe on a cobblestoned corner that couldn’t be more quintessentially Lisbon. It’s one of the most beloved cafes in the city, and gets super busy especially during the weekends. But with a menu that will satisfy both the vegetarians and meat-lovers, the wait for your table is worth it. The large breakfast and brunch menu offer well-balanced dishes that use the freshest ingredients and are beautifully presented and taste delicious

heim cafe
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Copenhagen Coffee Lab

Bringing the Nordic approach to roasting and brewing coffee to the vibrant city of Lisbon is Copenhagen Coffe lab. As you might expect, the owners of Copenhagen Coffee Lab hail from Denmark. That’s also where they roast their beans, which are regularly shipped from Strandslodvej to Lisbon. The mission here is to expand the traditional Portuguese coffee menu to include styles from abroad, all in a chic and modern atmosphere. The star here is ofcourse the coffee which you can pair up with offer cakes, pastries, and homemade sourdough and rye bread.

Copenhagen Coffee Lab
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Dear Breakfast

The name of this restaurant truly describes how I feel about my breakfast. Don’t you think a hearty meal in the morning is absolutely endearing? The café retains a sense of whimsy with its clean design aesthetic and added elements like candles and fresh flowers. The menu is filled with a variety of breakfast items including all manner of eggs plus smoothies, pancakes, croissants and yogurt parfait. Not just available in the morning, breakfast is served all day, every day at this Lisbon cafe. Do try the pink latte here. Made from the beetroot juice, this instragammable drink tastes as amazing as it looks.

dear breakfast
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Fabrica Coffee Roasters

The motto of this cute café is “Best beans. Great coffee” and they deliver what they say. Every drink on the menu is made from beans that are roasted on-site, from Americanos to cappuccinos to Instagram-worthy lattes. Fábrica serves a variety of options for lovers of both espresso-based drinks and pour overs. In addition to freshly roasted coffee, Fabrica sells light cafe fare and baked goods like pasteis de natas and chocolate brownies. Coffee fans can often smell beans roasting in the back of the cafe.

Fabrica Coffee Roasters
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Bettina & Niccolo Corallo

For all of you who are not a big fan of coffee but would rather prefer a glass of hot chocolate (yes please) can head to this hidden gem. And if your sweet tooth is still not satisfied, you can also eat bars, brownies and sorbet made with chocolate. Coffee addicts will get their fix as they some incredible espresso drinks available as well.

Bettina & Niccolo Corallo
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Pop Cereal Café

Channel your inner serial (read: cereal) eater at the Pop Cereal Café. Introducing a fun concept with quirky décor and an almost overwhelming choice of cereal from around the world, this is a unique place to hangout in Lisbon. You can have a variety of cereals, oatmeal, fruit loops cookies and ice creams here. It is a great place for kids and all those with a passion for cereal.

pop cereal cafe
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Landeau Chocolate

After having your healthy fix of cereal, you can move to this urban chic café for all those sugar cravings. This is not a typical breakfast or lunch joint. Rather it is a great place to relax with a cup of coffee and a slice of cake. The chocolate cake here is supposed to be the best in the town (some even say it’s the best in the world), so come and check for yourself.

landeau chocolate
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