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Comme à Lisbonne

A Lisbon rendez-vous in the centre of Paris. A warm and alluring space that recreates the atmosphere found in the cafes of Lisbon. An ideal place for enjoying the Portuguese delicacy, the pastel the nata. Daily at Comme a Lisbonne, tray after tray of these famous pastries are baked and served-up warm with passion and national pride. Consumed on-site, accompanied by an excellent portuguese coffee or available beautifully packaged for takeaway, these delightful pastries are the perfect gift – if you can part with them!
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PASTÉIS DE NATA

The pastel de nata is to Lisbon what the macaron is to Paris – symbolic sweetness in a refined pastry. The people of Lisbon have apreciated this delicate, flaky pastry shell filled with an exquisite cream for centuries. They are served lightly powdered with cinnamon, according to taste. For years, Portugal dominated the sugar trade. Departures on these long, dangerous voyages were blessed by the powerful catholic church. In return, the institution received precious commodities – one of which was sugar. Methodical tax collecting ensured church pantries were well stocked with flour and eggs.The whites were used for starching nun’s habits and priests’ robes and an excess of yolks were left over for the kitchens. This surplus inspired culinary creativity. In the 17th century, word spread quickly around Portugal of a tartelette with a creamy centre being sold by the monks of the Hieronymite Monastery (Mosteiro dos Jerónimos) in the Belem district of Lisbon. Domingos Rafael Alves bought the precious recipe in 1837 and opened the famous bakery that has become a required stop on any visit to the world heritage site monastery. A legend was born! Delight yourself with our pasteis
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Comme a Lisbonne // Tasca
In 2013 Tasca opens its doors – the bistrot epicerie, neighbour to Comme a Lisbonne.  For Lunch, your choice of hot or cold soups, gourmet salads or the gourmet portuguese cousin of the grilled cheese ‘ tostas ‘. 
The restaurant becomes an instant success with locals and tourists alike : healthy cuisine using healthy products.
On the shelves - the best of Portugal’s canneries : sardines, anchovies, octopus, calamars and tuna filets.
On the wine list, a representative selection of from the finest wine making regions of Portugal including the delicate and refeshing ‘vinho verde’ unique to Portugal.
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GOURMET SHOP

A tasting room that serves as gourmet shop. Selecting the best portuguese gourmet products, Comme à Lisbonne became a portuguese business card in Paris - a gourmet shop with products chosen with all the dedication.
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Canned Seafoods
Conserveira de Lisboa

Since 1933, the Conserveira de Lisboa has supplied the most reknowned chefs of the capital. Savoured as a starter or as an aperitif, their delicacies are an institution synonymous with Lisbon and the Portuguese identity.
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Olive Oils

For cooking or for seasoning, olive oil is an integral ingredient in Portuguese cuisine. Comme a Lisbonne offers a fine selection of oils from the ancient groves found in the two designated olive oil producing regions of Portugal- the Alentejo and the Alto Douro.
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Organic Teas
Gorreana

Founded in 1883 on the Azores Island of São Miguel, Gorreana’s are the sole tea plantations in Europe. The first shoots of these ancient plants were transported from Asia during the explorations. Today, the tea is still produced traditionally – without herbicides, pesticides, fungicides, colourings or preservatives. Did you know? The Portuguese brought tea-time to England? Upon her marriage to Charles II in 1662, Katherine of Bragança introduced the tradition, which was in vogue at 17th century
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Coffe
Delta

A unique, rich and sweet creamy taste. The secrets of Delta cafes are in choosing the best beans in the market and the traditional process of national roasting. Present in more than 40 countries in the world, Delta coffee remains "bica" favorite of the Portuguese.
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Wine List

Our goal is to take you on a voyage of Portugal’s reknowned wine-making regions via our carefully considered selection of rich reds, crisp whites, fruity rosés and refreshingly sparkling ‘vinho verde’. Also on the shelves a varied selection of Portos and traditional liqueurs.
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Honeys and Home-Made Jams

Fragrant Honeys made from the orange groves of the Algarve, the eucalyptus forests of the Coast and the heather fields of the Serra da Estrella valleys.  Home-made jams made from handed-down recipes with no artificial colourings, flavourings or preservatives
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Flor de Sal Salmarim
Crystallized sea-salt

Une fleur de sel biologique, récoltée artisanalement dans la réserve naturelle de Castro Marim, au sud du Portugal. Sa pureté et ses fins cristaux ont conquis la haute gastronomie portugaise. Nature, aromates, citron, olive et poivron.
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Bordalo Pinheiro Ceramics

It was in 1884 that art nouveau artist Rafael Bordallo Pinheiro founded his internationally reknowned house of ceramics of the same name. In our stores, we offer a selection of his emblematic work including these hand painted swallows considered a symbol of good look to the Portuguese. 
Available in four individually sized gift boxes or as a set.

Comme à Lisbonne

Our Addresses Comme à Lisbonne 37 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris

Opening Hour
Tuesday to Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm


Tasca 37 Rue du Roi de Sicile, 75004 Paris

Opening Hours
TUESDAY TO FRIDAY LUNCH SERVICE 12:00am-3:00pm,  TEAHOUSE  3:00pm-6:30pm
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY LUNCH SERVICE 12:00am-3:30pm, TEAHOUSE 3:30pm -6:00pm
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APPETIZER 6:00pm to 10:00pm
NOT ACCEPT RESERVATIONS


Subways : St Paul / Hôtel de Ville

Contacts
Phone : +33 7 61 23 42 30 Email : info@commealisbonne.com


Comme à Lisbonne 20 rue de Mogador, 75009 Paris Subways : CHAUSÉE D ‘ANTIN, LAFAYETTE / ST. LAZARE

Opening Hours
Tuesday to Sunday: 11:00am - 7:00pm

Contacts
Phone : +33 7 61 23 42 30 Email : info@commealisbonne.com