Lunch at Web Summit 2017: What’s on the menu?

We’ve got a whole range of delicious food vendors joining us at Web Summit, who’ll be catering to all of your taste and dietary needs. From wrêpes to burritos, from chimney cakes to the finest vegan cuisine in town, we’ve got your lunch covered with our tasty menu – and at prices ranging from €5 – €13. We’ll also have complimentary water around the venue and coffee sponsored by Delta.

Check out the lunch menu


The Wrepe Van

€6 – €9

The Wrepe Van

Think half-crêpe, half-wrap – wrêpes. They’re as delish as they sound, with a savoury filling served in a cone-shaped crêpe. It originated in The Cru, a raw, organic health food café just outside Lisbon.

Check them out on Instagram.

Living Food

€5 – €10

If the best things come in small packages, keep an eye out for this small, but perfectly formed, street food vendor. They’ve got a little something for everyone, but vegans and vegetarians will be particularly impressed. Their vegan hamburger is A+.

Living Street Food van


Burrito Burratcho

€6 – €10

For anyone who wants to try “Mexican food with a Portuguese mood”, as the Burrito Burratcho guys say, this is where it’s at. They cater for all, but the Desperado, a pork burrito, is particularly special.

Burrito van

Kürtös Kalacs

€7.50 – €10

We’re guessing this will be a new experience for most of you. If you’ve never tried a freshly baked chimney cake, get yourself to Kürtös Kalacs. The chimney cake is a real treat, a sweet and doughy Hungarian dessert that’s soft on the inside and caramelised out.

Kurtos Kalacs

And it doesn’t end there. Take a look at some of our other options.

O Tal Spot | For refreshing cocktails

B.Eat Street | A traditional Picanha barbecue with amazing sauces

The Smokery | Try their selection of slow-cooked and smoked meats

Pão à Antiga | Homemade pizzas made in a wood-fired oven

Iniu | Natural juices of all flavours

Sabor Serrano | For classic Portuguese sandwiches

Salt and Sweet | If you want to try an Argentine empanada

Taste a Story | Try their curry prawns and pitas from around the world

COAL Street Food | Check out their picanha and veal burger

Trinkaki | For premium craft burgers

Merenda Portuguesa | For traditional Portuguese fayre

Caipijocas’s | When you need a caipirinha

Pregos na Casquinha | Delicious seafood burgers

Piadina’s, Wine & Co. | For a glass of wine and a piadina –  an Italian handmade wrap

Reys Beef | Roast beef sandwiches that are something else

Cervejaria de Rua | A traditional Portuguese brewery known for their seafood

Fumeiro Artesanal de Seia | Try their serra cheese and ham sandwiches

Vitacress | Salads and sushi – delicious

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