TIATUO - A NOMAD DEDICATED TO HEALTHY, WHOLESOME LIFESTYLE.
A vagabond with a passion for learning about new cultures especially through the kitchen. A writer, photographer, translator, yoga teacher, freelancer barista, recipe developer, event organiser, and much more. In search of the perfect sunset, most delicious healthy feasts, fresh roasted coffee, local farmers' markets and organic shops, quirky design, and everything in between - here I share my thoughts and snaps from my travels.
Who would have thought that Porto is bigger on the coffee scene than Lisbon! The northern capital seems to be on point with everything hip and cool, and the people in the specialty coffee scene are positive that this is just the beginning of something great. Due to Porto's compact size, it is relatively easy to do a cafe-hopping tour if you're short on time. If not, pick a different cafe for breakfast and lunch every day.
While Portugal might not be known for its speciality coffee scene, and most Portuguese still prefer to drink their coffee as cheap as possible and foam the milk in their cappuccino to resemble clouds, fear not! You can find delicious coffee and spend your day chilling in a sleek cafe in Lisbon if you know where to go.