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OK, yes you can find pasteis de nata all around Lisbon because it is the Portuguese pastry. However, Pasteis de Belem is allegedly where this delicious confection all began. If you’re looking to take a bite of the custard treat made from Pasteis de Belem’s guarded secret recipe, it’s definitely worth the long line and commuter train ride to Belem.

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