Hello, porto

Porto was once the last stop of adventurers on their way across the Atlantic to the New World. The cliché that Lisbon shows off and Porto just works is a well-worn metaphor that fails to do justice to the city's innumerate charms fully. History dwells around every corner, and more than ever, Porto is a place determined to hold on to its own distinct identity.


Restaurants to visit

Grilled octopus with vegetables

Chez Lapin

Enjoy some Portuguese fare and other local specialities at this rustic and quirky restaurant, ideally located in the heart of Porto, with a pleasant outdoor terrace overlooking the Douro River.

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Red meat on a plate

Churrascão Gaúcho

Typical South American restaurant serving steaks, grilled fish, and an excellent range of seafood dishes. Specialities are the meat rodízio (all-you-can-eat barbecue) and the famous Brazilian Caipirinha.

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Traditional Portuguese food with roasted octopus and potatos

ODE Porto Wine House

Intimate and charming restaurant, in the historic part of Porto, serving Portuguese fare based on high-quality organic food from local products along with a comprehensive wine list.

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Traditional Portuguese sandwich Francesinha

Lais de Guia

Seaside bar and restaurant, located at Matosinhos beach, featuring a diversified drinks menu, tasty cuisine with Portuguese and international inspirations, good music, and a pleasant and friendly atmosphere.

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Traditional Portuguese cuisine with Bife da Rainha (=Sirloin steak with potato and rucola)

O Paparico

Featured on the Michelin Guide, O Paparico serves traditional Portuguese cuisine with a uniquely contemporary touch, accompanied by a rich wine list in a rustic and elegant setting.

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Fresh oyster in dish with lemon and lime

Yeatman's Restaurant

For a truly unforgettable dining experience, head over to the Yeatman's Restaurant at the Yeatman Hotel in Vila Nova de Gaia. Its menu changes seasonably so as to showcase only the freshest and the best produce the country has to offer. The chef's tasting menu delivers a great combination of flavours, which are perfectly paired with their wide selection of both local and international wines.If that wasn't enough, the Yeatman's Restaurant also offers stunning views of the city, an elegant atmosphere, and back in 2017, it was awarded 2 stars in the Michelin Guide.

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