In 2017 the space above the Amanhecer Oriental supermarket has turned into the Oriental Market, a restaurant area with 7 food stalls dedicated to different Asian streetfood. Friendly priced. Worth a visit! 🙂
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & my favorite stall: taberna Macau
Mercado Oriental & André Magalhães
The Oriental Market is located in front of Square Martim Moniz in Lisbon, with 7 different food stalls, 3 of them created by André Magalhães, also owner of tiny & trendy bistro ‘Taberna Rua das Flores in Lisbon.
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & Macanese minchi
Taberna Macau & minchi
Taberno Macau serves dishes like pato cabidela (duck head), sopa de lacassá ( €7), recipe and Macanese minchi (beef and potatoe chips), € 8, small bottle of water € 1.
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & gua bao (Japanese pork belly buns), popular street food in Taiwan
Macau was formerly a colony of the Portuguese Empire .
Macanese cuisine is unique, and consists of a blend of southern Chinese (especially Cantonese) and Portuguese cuisines.
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon. Delicious 🙂
Between 1557 and 1887, Macau was governed by the Portuguese under Chinese sovereignty and authority. The colony remained under Portuguese rule until 1999, when it was transferred to China.
Mercado Oriental, Lisbon & Bao Bar: delicious oriental food, cocktails and beers
Foodstall Kamakura & Japanese sandwiches
Typical Japanese sandwiches, like katsu sando, a Japanese breaded specialty, available in different varieties. How to prepare katsu sando: Youtube
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & Kamakura 2018
Traditional sushi and other fusion proposals. It has take-away. Sushi combinations from 8 €, niguiris, sashimi, temakis and maki rolls.
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & Mint House
Here you can taste Vietnamese dishes such as Vietnamese spring rolls (3 €), Pho soup, thinly sliced beef with rice(6 €), sauteed rice pasta with shrimp or chicken (6 €).
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon, Bao Bar & Sara Pezzini
Korean-inspired dishes, such as sundubu-jjigae, obibimbap (rice with meat and vegetables) or yangnyeom (fried spicy chicken). Also ramen and vegetable pancakes.
Mercado Oriental, square Martim Moniz Lisbon & Castle of Saint George
The Mercado Oriental is open every day from 12h00 to 23h00. Very popular, especially the weekends
Where: R. da Palma, 41
Square Martim Moniz, Mouraria Lisbon facebook
Very friendly staff 🙂