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This establishment opened its doors in 1966 and was the city's first Chinese restaurant, at a time when Chinese food was an unknown exoticism. It kept the traditional Chinese cuisine and resisted the competition, which decades later would be installed in the city. The business has been in the same family since its inception since Mr. Chow Horng Tzer founded it. It is also known as the "Bridge Chinese" because it is located next to the upper deck of D. Luís Bridge with views of the Douro river and “Serra do Pilar” monastery on the other side. We maintain the typical Chinese cuisine, highlighting the most sought after classics by regular customers: Peking Duck, Shrimp Dim Sum, Beef on the plate, among others.

Food, drink, chinese food

Monday to Sunday: 12h -15h, 19h - 23h



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Address:
Avenida Vímara Peres, 38 R/C

Postal Code:
4000-544

City Zone:
Historic Center

Landline Phone:
222008915

Mobile Phone:
913800158

Email:
chowfengying@hotmail.com

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