With 30 terrace seats, this Lisbon kiosk turned a new leaf, thanks to the folks from Taberna da Rua das Flores, where everything is made. Here, you will find Portuguese tapas, very well-known to Lisbonners, but many of them forgotten through time. They start breakfast at 9am, with galões (lattes), garotos (coffee with milk served in a small cup), caldinhos (coffee with a dash of brandy to start the day right), rice cakes and brioche bread with marmalade. The menu changes at 11.30am and remains the same until the evening, with several sandwiches, such as the pork scratchings one from Casa Cid. The delicacies continue with green eggs, meat pastries (pastéis de massa tenra), cod cake (bolinhos de bacalhau) and small salads to snack on.