Confeitaria Nacional
Open since 1829, the sixth-generation family pastry shop is fanciful and opulent, with decorative woodwork, a mirrored ceiling, and marble counters. This is one of the oldest confeitarias in Portugal, with a spiral staircase leads up to the tea room on the second floor. The shop first gained renown in the 19th century, when the owner invited bakers and chefs from France and Spain to teach the art of pastry. In 1873, Confeitaria Nacional became the official supplier of the Casa Real (Royal Household).

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This is a great option for a pastry shop in Lisbon. Besides the fact that it is a traditional place, with many years of history, it has a well decorated environment and, more importantly, it has a great variety of options. It’s bread (homemade recipe) is just delicious as it is the hot chocolate and the coffee. If the ground floor is full (usually this happens) you can go upstairs and will find much more tables and more staff to help you with your order.

I went here for a friend's birthday, he invited everyone and had a table ready upstairs where we all enjoyed one of the best cakes we've ever had. Although chocolate isn't usually my taste, this particular place really masters it so well I didn't even mind. Both the interior and exterior are classically fabulous, even if you aren't interested in a pastry, you have to snap a picture of this building, they don't make them like this anymore!

Like any other pastry shop they have all what your heart disires, except tentugal. The service is a bit rude and I feel like it's more of a factory. But the pastry's where good and the building is nice

We were a little bit disappointed because the service was so slow and we didn't know how to order the delicious little things because we didn't know what the name was. We ordered a "galao", a cup of warm milk with an espresso, but the espresso was too little.

City centre they advertise they are oldest cake shop in lisbon. Bought £20 cookies and cakes to try. Nice to try almond cookies but pa is not the best in lisbon.

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