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Heading there soon and want to know if there are many vegan friendly restaurants. Also how do you say "I don't eat meat" in Portugese? Thanks!

Asked by Ian C via Site_iconTravellr.com

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    Hi Ian,

    There are a few good and cheap ones in Lisbon, but right now I only remember "Jardim das Cerejas" in Baixa-Chiado and "Pão de canela" in Praça das Flores. Both are buffet type, you pay a certain price and eat whatever you want.



    "I don't eat meat" = Eu não como carne. You can speak in English in most places in Lisbon, that people will understand you. Specially young people, everyone knows a bit of English.

    However, if you're not going to a vegan restaurant, be careful when ordering in a normal one, because people sometimes think that vegetarians eat eggs or fish or even white meat as the distinction between vegan and vegetarian and other diets is not clear to the general public.

    Hope you enjoy your time in Lisbon!! :) almost 4 years ago

    Answered by Catia Caeiro via Site_iconTravellr.com
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    Here you have a fantastic one : http://www.lifecooler.com/Portugal/restaurantes/RestauranteTao

    Hope you enjoy it ! over 3 years ago

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    I don't eat meat- Sou vegetariano
    Easiest way to say you are vegetarian, no questions asked. Or
    I don't eat meat - eu não como carne
    Saying this one they may serve you fish since it's a fishermen country, say that you are vegetarian instead over 3 years ago

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    As a vegetarian living for a long time in Portugal, my absolute favorite is Natural Terra. Amazing. over 2 years ago

    Answered by Clara via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Try this one:
    http://www.paladarzen.pt/ over 2 years ago

    Answered by Sergio Calado, from Lisbon via Site_iconWorldNomads.com

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