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Time Out Market Lisbon

Time Out Market Lisbon literally pops up on every website as a must visit place when you’re in Lisbon and it naturally made it on my places of interest list when I was in the city.

I kind of have mixed reviews about this place and I guess each to their own, this would either be a hit or a miss.

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Time Out Market is basically a nicely done food hall which has plenty of individual stalls selling all types of cuisine from local Portuguese to Asian and burgers, etc. There’s basically something for everyone.

It’s a very nicely done market which is also comfortable and cozy, making it a very popular spot among locals and tourist alike. I went there on a weekday night and it was buzzing with lots of people without making it feel too congestion.

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Seafood chowder

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Grilled cod fish

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Grilled octopus

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Fresh seafood

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American burger

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Portuguese egg tart

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There’s a plenty options at the Time Out Market and they even have Asian corners from Thai to Japanese and Korean. It is a lovely concept and I guess in a fancy term for it would be a food hall but if you’re Asian you’d call this a food court!

Having said that, I wouldn’t particularly say that the food here is good, edible for sure but not exactly a place where I’d put it on a recommendation list for the taste of it but definitely the experience.

I must disclose that the pricing here is slightly higher than what you’d pay for in a regular restaurant in Lisbon (even the Portuguese egg tarts!).

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