Bazar is a speciality local food shop which offers unique and cultural produce mainly from Russia, Romania and Poland. A range of delicacies, spices and food are available at very reasonable prices. A new and growing mini market in the Cascais area.
You cannot leave Cascais without trying a Santini icecream. Made with ingredients which will transform any happy (or moody) child, parent or teenager they simply do not come better than this. Available in a range flavours and sizes. Go on, just try one.
Quinto Sabor is located in the heart of Torre, Cascais and is family run. The restaurant is small and cosy, the food almost reminds you of family gatherings with your grandmothers favourite dish. All dishes are traditional Portuguese but twisted for a unique experience. Can get busy so booking is advisible. Click here for directions.
Looking for your favourite English delight? Well the GB store has most of what you might want. They have a range of frozen, tinned, packaged and fresh food all which you can't get anywhere else. Lemon curd? Mince sauce? Yorshire puddings? Its all here.
In 1837 they began making the original Pastéis de Belém, following an ancient recipe from the Mosteiro dos Jerónimos. That secret recipe is recreated every day, by hand, using traditional methods. These Pastéis De Belem are simply mouth watering.
Páteo Do Petisco offers a friendly and cosy restaurant with heated outdoor seating area and a fantastic steak selection. They also offer a range of fresh fish dishes and can always been seen full over the 6 days they are open. Price is reasonable and quality of food and service is great. Located in Torre (Cascais). Click here for directions.
Casa Velha Dos Galegos was established in the 1970's and is a restaurant situated in the heart of Cascais. They have become an iconic gastronomic place of choice for locals and tourist and offer almost unrivaled quality for both meat and fish dishes. A little toward the expense spectrum but well worth it. Click here for directions.
Restaurant and bar with a beautiful look over Guincho beach, built in wood and stone, a rustic touch that is welcoming and relaxing environment. Located on the beach, there is no reason not to visit during winter with a cosy fireplace, a stunning view of the Atlantic and Sintra mountains in the background. Click here for directions.
Situated along the coastal road between Cascais and Sintra hills, the Fortaleza Do Guincho offers á lá carte menu as well as a selection of the finest wines both national and international. What cannot be bought however is the amazing view of the Atlantic ocean right in front of you. You are quite literally eating on top of water. Click here for directions.