Casa Fernando Pessoa
This is the neighborhood where Fernando Pessoa lived and died. It is unique not only for its squareness and symmetry, that is clearly distinct from other neighborhoods in the city.
At Casa Fernando Pessoa, the writer’s home for the last fifteen years of his life, you can see Fernando Pessoa’s documents and private library, his furniture and personal objects, as well as works by artists who were influenced by him, through poetry or literature.
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“Vitor Sobral is a notorious portuguese chef who cooks delicious traditional food with a twist. Their wine offer is also great, perfect to pair with their great "petiscos" (smaller portions).”
“Wine shop, the best from the neighborhood. You will find here no doubts your needs... Magasin de vins.”
“This delicious fish restaurant in Campo de Ourique is a local favourite, you won't be disappointed. ”
“Atmosphere of a school, between school chairs and slates (where the menus are written) and just like in a classroom, here there are also evaluations; customers will pay the price they think is worth.”
“If you're curious about the long name, it means "The Best Chocolate Cake in the World." Such audacity will make a lot of sense as soon as you try the mouth-watering chocolate cake served at this tiny shop in the Campo de Ourique neighborhood. Tourists have no reason to go to that mostly residential area unless they want to remain in tram 28 until its last stop, but chocaholics will want to make the effort to find this curious pastry shop. Go judge the cake for yourself before the rest of the world finds out about it -- and it probably will, considering the name has been expanding. The recipe has been taken across the Atlantic to New York and Brazil, with the city of São Paulo now offering more than one shop where you can try the yummy cakes. Once you have tried the chocolate one at the Lisbon shop, the cheesecake is another good option.”