Time Out Market, Lisbon

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Shop, eat, and meet the locals at Time Out Market, a large farmer's market selling everything from seafood and spices to fresh vegetables and regional cheeses. The sprawling, 19th century building houses more than 30 cafes that offer both indoor and outdoor seating. A long-time favorite with native Lisboans, the market's award-winning eateries increasingly attract foodies from around the world. You can spend hours exploring the market's many stands, or take a seat at the west wing's food court and eat your way through the country's gastronomic highlights. By using our Lisbon online tour itinerary planner , you can arrange your visit to Time Out Market and other attractions in Lisbon.
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  • Man should consider market in each case the time out. Cool location with its own flair. Overrun by tourists, of course, very, therefore I can there not so long withstand it, but you should have been there. The food was tasty and it has a huge selection...
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  • I loved this place. I know that many reviewers have mentioned the issue with seating, and yes, I agree it is a little fraught at busier times. But frankly the quality of the cooking and the amazing va...  more »
  • Nice market revisited in modern formula, with food to eat and spaces for activities (we stumbled on a cooking course, really cute to see). Clean and inviting to visit
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  • It is a nice place with many small restaurants and therefore everyone can find something they like. No fuss about what someone wants to eat. Between 8pm and 10pm it is definitely the busiest moment. Price is medium-high. Although it is good place, it lacks of atmosphere due to it being a food court/market. I prefer to go to a real Portuguese restaurant where you have a relaxed nice and memorable time. This is more a order, eat and leave place. Not my type of place but it sure is easy once in a while.
  • A concept to revitalize the old market by inviting reference names to a standardized open space where did quotes showcase their cuisine. The result is a place where you can easily get to know a wide spectrum of the portuguese gastronomy. Variety is appealing but it is such a success that it is almost any impossible mission to find a place to sit. Over it turned a dead place into a successful phenomena, especially amongst tourists, so although there is space to improve it is nonetheless a place not to miss.
  • I was in Lisbon last weekend and we discovered Time Out market by mistake. Initially I thought that is a simple market but noooo...is a food paradise! Full with locals and more than 50 restaurants there is something for everyone. I think that if you want to try local dishes, then this is the place! I had the most amazing medium-rare stake with a delicious Portuguese sauce! A tip, in one of the corners there is shop selling local fish cans. Market price, not tourist one. We end up buys a few sardine :P
  • Great innovative idea if a little hectic. Choose a style of food from one of the many outlets featured here, pay and wait for your pager to tell you your meal is ready for collection.Can get extremely busy. Shops also feature, one sells well designed gifts. There is also a bakery selling the famous pateis tarts which are just as delicious as those at the original Belem bakery. They're cheaper here too.
  • Amazing! An old market that has been converted into an upscale food court. This is a collection of high end restaurants. Several top chefs from the area have come here to offer very tasty food. Many many choices of cuisine. Good wine and beer choices. There are tables and chairs. But the wait to get a seat is long. We stood and ate, and had very good conversations with a couple from England who also stood and ate and talked. It is a place to be checked out. Don't miss it. Ambience is great.

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