Collected by Jennifer Sloan
Praça D. Filipa de Lencastre 62, 4050-259 Porto, Portugal
Book Restaurant (which is next door to Infante Sagres hotel) is designed as a library as well and reflects the connection between literature and gastronomy in a very contemporary way. The architect is Pedro Trindade and the chef is John Mendes...
Rua Santa Catarina 112, 4000-442 Porto, Portugal
The Rua Santa Caterina is the most important shopping street in Oporto. It is a pedestrian street which is closed to traffic. Along the Rua Caterina you will find the Mercado Bolhao which is a lively market with many shops to delight the market...
Largo Miguel Bombarda 3, 4430-175 Vila Nova de Gaia, Portugal
One would hardly come to Porto (or Oporto depending upon which map you use) without visiting their world renowned port houses. All stretched along the hillside on the south bank of the Duoro River in Porto there are many to choose from. We picked...
R. de Sá de Noronha 137, 4050-190 Porto, Portugal
Francesinha is a matter of endless discussions. This amazing sandwich is more than that, it's culture; it awakens the gourmand in you. Ingredients: fresh sausage, smoked sausage, steak, baloney, cheese, bread and spicy sauce. Some will came with a...
R. da Galeria de Paris 20, 4050-182 Porto, Portugal
R. das Flores 110, 4000-030 Porto, Portugal
In a city known for its port, I diverted from the norm and went in search of craft beer. I stumbled upon Mercearia Das Flores and it could not have been a better surprise! It was small, offering only a few seats, but what it lacked in space was...
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