Mercado de Campo de Ourique, Lisbon

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Mercado de Campo de Ourique is located in Lisbon. Plan your visit to Mercado de Campo de Ourique and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Lisbon travel itinerary maker.
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  • Very nice food market. Small, but cozy. Some good options, such meat, seafood, vegan and etc.. You choose what you want, pay and sit down and enjoy your afternoon with friends. If it is raining, it is...  more »
  • We often speak of the mercado Da Ribeira (Time Out) in Lisbon, but must go to the mercado of campo Ourique... take tram 28 to terminus (Prazeres). More local, more typical and less expensive that Time Out... There have a great time... hard to not linger
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  • We loved the idea of being able to buy different meals and enjoy them together. The environment was lively and our small kids loved it too. It can get a bit noisy but it did not bother us at all. 
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  • Great spot to sample the culinary delights the city has to offer, choose from a plethora of stalls that serve a wide variety of traditional as well as modernised Portuguese dishes accompanied by the perfect pairing of wine. Like the time-out market but more local. As additional bonus it is also largely open on a Sunday.
  • Great spot for casual dinning. Good diversity. Service is Greta across all food stands. The atmosphere is awesome.
  • Both a true market and a nice place for a meal, with a variety of different foods, bars, snacks, tapas, etc. A bit tight when full, specially the tables area. Pricey.
  • This Mercado mixes the traditional market stalls with new food stands in the same space, making it easy to shop for dinner and stop for lunch (or vice versa). It is more intimate than its counterpart near Cais do Sodré and it doesn't feel as touristy.
  • This place is like a new take on the shopping mall... To be honest, the place has more reputation than it deserves. That said, it has a nice atmosphere and the choice is rather good for either drinks, snacks or tapas. If you're nearby you lose nothing in going, but it's too small to consider just visiting it and nothing else.