Portuguese food is rich and varied, with a few constants mixed in.
Portugal is a country with excellent pastries, but none stand out quite as much as their national pastry, the pastél de nata.
A lot of Portuguese main meals are very meat and potato centric, but duck rice is also popular and common.
Another popular sandwich option is the Francesinha. Unlike the sandwich above, this one is extravagant, and best served in the city that invented it- Porto.
Thin steak pounded with garlic and served with onions on a crusty bun. This steak is served rare and a popular bar snack around the country.
Two kinds of sausage that are common appetizers in Portugal. Alheira is very unique and was invented by the Jews during the Portuguese Inquisition
Salted cod forms the basis for hundreds of different Portuguese dishes, and its ubiquitous in both supermarkets and restaurants.