Time Out Mercado da Ribeira, Lisbon

(4.4/5 based on 6,000+ reviews on the web)
Shop, eat, and meet the locals at Time Out Mercado da Ribeira, 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. Plan to visit Time Out Mercado da Ribeira during your Lisbon vacation using our convenient Lisbon vacation planner.
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  • The food is very well priced frankly very reasonable compared to the quality of the products that hear us. Large selection of various and varied dishes, kitchen from the 4 corners of the world. Exceptional ambience :) 5/5!
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  • Funny experience for anyone who is willing to wait for a while, but the massive presence of tourists and the little space to sit, makes the experience a little uncomfortable. We ask for a Cod cheater and a suckling pig confit. Nothing out of this world. Price a bit above average.
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  • If your intent is to lunch, is a great place to go. Good and varied dining options. The part of purchases, the fair itself, it's no big deal and it's expensive.
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  • Considering it is so well known by the tourists, it is surprising that some of the staff didn't speak English. They said that they had run out of most of the fruits on the smoothie menu, also we couldn't get any drink because they had run out of clean cups. It was only 6pm on Saturday evening. You would expect them to be better equipped and prepared for a busy night. Prices are too high and the quality is not worth it.
  • We ordered from the suckling pig place and our large sandwich was so overpriced at €12 and the meat was cold! Why is it not served hot? Everywhere is overpriced so I'd recommend to just come for a browse and then eat elsewhere unless you're keen to burn your cash.
  • Bes foodmarket in town. You want traditional high quality food. Thats the place to be. A must if you're in lisbon
  • I had a great octopus dish here -- it was tender and tasty! Speaking with the locals (several were at my table), they seemed to really like the place. Worth checking out.
  • There's really nice market that is open until midday. And of course great food court. Considering that it's one of the popular touristic spot in Lisbon that mentioned in each guide the prices there are rather high. But you can be sure that you'll find something nice to ear here. And to have a really nice experience in Portugal remember, that client service in this country are always too slow )) Always serve yourself and you'll be pleased. And don't forget that it is a good court not a restaurant.