We can’t forget to mention one of the most known and historical pastry shops in Lisbon. Versailles, open since 1922, maintains the Art Nouveau from the 20’s with chess pavement, large mirrors and wooden counters.
Located in the new avenues of the city, it’s still a meeting place for many intellectuals of the 50s and 60s aswell as younger generations that are looking for delicious and fresh baked bread, cakes and all kinds of pastry. Some say they have the best croquettes, others say not to miss the Bolo Rei. Maybe the best is to taste them for yourself.
Early in the morning around 7:30/8am when the atmosphere is quieter, is probably the best time to have a delicious breakfast while reading the newspaper.
Av. República 15 A
7:30am to 10pm