Collected by Jeanne Hoffmann
R. Roberto Ivens 824, 4450-279 Matosinhos, Portugal
O Gaveto, on the outskirts of Porto, has been thrilling seafood lovers for more than thirty years, and it took just one dinner there to see why. Everything on the menu is fresh and authentic. For starters, you cannot go wrong with the very popular...
R. Rodrigues de Faria 103, 1300-501 Lisboa, Portugal
Cantina LX’s space is charmingly raw—you might witness a crumble or two of the cement walls—but it’s the spot for almofadinhas de bacalhau, a traditional Portuguese dish of fried salted cod. Communal tables filled with Lisbonites mean you won’t...
R. Afonso Martins Alho 115, 4000 Porto, Portugal
Lunch time at Adega Floresta is hectic. A lot of man eating and drinking and talking about soccer. Food is simple and it's always freshly cooked, result of a nice lady hidden in the kitchen. Try Rojões, pork meat tenderly cooked and with a nice...
R. Augusta 267, 1100-052 Lisboa, Portugal
The heartbeat of a city that was once the centre of a massive empire, Lisbon's cafes draw one in with the irresistible promise of pasteis de nata, the famous egg-custard tart. My first day in Lisbon, stumbling around the Baixa during an early-fall...
Rua da Betesga 1 A e B, 1100-090 Lisboa, Portugal
Epalanga's go-to for red wine? Manuel Tavares. “This wine store and delicatessen was founded in 1860," he says. "The staff offers the best tips on pairing Douro reds and Madeiras and can ship bottles home for you.” This appeared in the Jan/Feb...
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