Comme à Lisbonne is one of these wonderful findings of the Marais. The neighborhood is full of little places that don’t call so much our attention at first sight by the storefront, but hiding something incredible behind. In the case of Comme à Lisbonne, is no different. With a quite discreet storefront and also a tiny space inside, the Portuguese pâtisserie has nata pastries almost as good as the original Pastéis de Belém from Lisbon. If you like Portuguese sweets, I would say that you certainly will not be disappointed. By the way, I’ld definitely include this place in a list of sweets we must try in Paris. The little shop is a great stop for those who made long walks through the Marais and it’s not far to the Hôtel de Ville. We also find other products from Portugal and there’s a restaurant next door that serves typical dishes from the country, but I think the greatest attractive of the place is for sure the traditional Portuguese sweet. Comme à Lisbonne opens Tuesday to Sunday from 11h to 19h. Closed on Mondays.
Comme à Lisbonne. 37 Rue du Roi de Sicile. 75004 Paris. Phone: +33 (0)7 61 23 42 30. firstname.lastname@example.org. www.commealisbonne.com.