We popped in just for the custard tarts, and they were so delicious we bought more from the takeaway part!
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We couldn't tell you anything else that this place sells, as we seek it out only for these warm, cinnamon-y, custard pastries. Nestled in the middle of the block in Roi de Siciliy, this place is definitely worth discovering. They've opened a new restaurant right...More
Pasteis de Nata is a Portuguese egg tart and if you're looking for the real deal then definitely go to Comme A Lisbonne....my wife and I have had the egg tarts in Fábrica de Pastéis de Belém (located in Portugal and considered to be the...More
This quaint shop in the Marais sells the most delicious Portuguese Tarts that are on par with those at Belem in Lisbon. The pastry is flaky and buttery and the custard is creamy and delicious. They also sell other deli items such as cod in...More
In our list of food to try, the portuguese egg tart from here is one of it. We bought to take away as we already had lunch. Being Asian, i had tasted better portuguese egg tarts, so this was just ok in my opinion.
What a pleasant surprise on a hot paris day! Sardines and a simple salad accompanied by a wine supplied direct from Douro in Portugal .. fabulous and then a warm egg pastry homemade from next door .. simply super. So if you are passing in...More
We stopped in, drawn by the intriguing list of croque monsieur sandwiches and ended up having one of the most memorable meals of our trip. Everything was so beautifully presented and flavorful. The staff couldn't have been nicer.
We just happened on this small restaurant near BHV and Hotel de Ville. Tasca or Comme A Lisbonne (Like Lisbon ) turned out to be a great find. We had the lunch special, a generous and delicious bowl of asparagus soup and a beautiful and...More
we came upon this cute little place by chance so we decided to have a bite. We went for a can of sardines and another of mackerel served with bread and olives. We also had the pastel de nata.