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Rua da Fábrica 27, 4000-196 Porto, Portugal
Looks like we're in Berlin, or in any other cosmopolitan city where here and there pops up innovative alternative spots that reflect the less mainstream local culture, with connection to the arts and much closer to the people, locals and visitors....
R. do Ten. Valadim 146, 4100-476 Porto, Portugal
Casinha Boutique Café is a mix of charming restaurant, coffeehouse, bar, lounge and boutique of traditional portuguese products, placed in a nice nineteen century building very well recovered keeping its original design. Casinha Boutique Café |...
Tv. Cimo de Vila 4 10, 4000-171 Porto, Portugal
This will take you to the next level of food porn! Cachorrinho is a simple sandwich made by simple people to food lovers. A custom made baguette, fresh sausage spicy patê, linguiça (a kind of thin chouriço) and cheese. You' ll have to ask for a...
Rua da Picaria 26, 4050-477 Porto, Portugal
There's nothing so simple as this salad. Salted codfish, onion, chickpeas and olive oil, mixed together an that's it. The quality of the ingredients can turn it into something amazing. In Badalhoca you can have it and be dazzled. Now for the...
Praça Guilherme Gomes Fernandes 47, 4050-293 Porto, Portugal
You can find the french eclairs in every "pastelaria" or "confeitaria" in Porto. It's very common, and they still use the french name, eclair, and you can have also the version without chocolat, "tíbia" it's the name. Leitaria da Quinta do Paço,...
Rua da Alegria 394, 4000-035 Porto, Portugal
Located in Alegria Street this place started as a “Tasca” – Small eatery, which later became a restaurant. Casa Nanda is a place that holds some of the oldest gastronomical traditions of Porto. Chef Fernanda, whose nickname hangs above the door is...
Rua Santa Catarina 112, 4000-442 Porto, Portugal
I saw a huge crowd of people clotted out front of a typical-looking building in the city center of Porto: detailed in gorgeous architecture of a bygone era, gilded accents, columns, busts. Basically everything that exists in Europe that is too...
Rua dos Caldeireiros 261, 4050-142 Porto, Portugal
This is a great spot for a Weekend brunch, especially if it is raining outside. (At least that what happened to me). I loved the contrast between the raw grey industrial walls and the warm chocolate-colored wood furniture and the green plants. The...
One of the busiest and fashioned streets in Porto is Rua Galerias de Paris, which, no wonder, is spotted by some cafes and restaurants that remind you of Paris. There is a cute cafe called Galeria de Paris which was quite busy during lunch time,...
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