A Delicious Buffet
At behotelisboa's breakfast buffet, you can expect an experience full of rich traditional Portuguese flavours.
Between 7.30am and 10.30am (11am on holidays) at the Taberna 132 restaurant, located on the building's ground floor, offers a wide variety of fresh local products. It will be hard to choose between all the different breads, cereals, cheeses, cold meats, jams and fresh fruits.
The foci of the room's décor are the stone arches from the original structure, which shape the ample space and give it personality. As with the rest of the hotel, in this space comfort and tranquillity were given top billing: the whiteness of the towels, napkins and crockery is broken up by touches in darker tones, seen on the tablecloths and convenient leather chairs, a set in perfect harmony with the warm shades of wood that line the walls and supporting furniture. It's the perfect place to enjoy a tasty and calm meal full of irresistible options.
Sweet Flavours of Lisbon
To achieve perfection, the first morning meal must finish with a sweet and an espresso, which give that extra energy to help get the day off to a good start. And behotelisboa is the right place to try the unparalleled specialities of the city's traditional pastries.
At the breakfast buffet there is always an assortment of regional sweets, made daily with fresh and natural ingredients like eggs, milk, sugar, butter, flour and spices.
Among these sweets, one can't miss out on the famous pastel de nata (custard tart). The centuries-old recipe for Lisbonites' favourite treat that originated in Lisbon's convents takes pride of place in the hearts of the Portuguese and also those of tourists who visit us.
At behotelisboa you can always find a freshly made pastel de nata, with crispy puff pastry wrapped around the filling of milk, eggs and sugar. Sprinkled with cinnamon and powdered sugar, it blends perfectly with the strong flavour of an espresso, which the Lisbonites call a “bica”. This is the ideal recipe to start your discovery of Lisbon.