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Restaurante Escondidinho

Inaugurated in 1931, Escondidinho was the first restaurant to obtain two Michelin stars in 1936, which made the restaurant a place of excellence. Its dining room, which reproduces the comfort of the 18th century residences, with the ornamental strength of the old faience and the showy ceramic wainscoting, imitating the Delft school, with its extraordinary beauty tiles, stands out for its beauty. In the Escondidinho Restaurant you can enjoy the unique flavors of Porto gastronomy, such as “tripas” (gut), cod, beef or “cataplana”, always with a service of recognized excellence.

Traditional Portuguese cuisine; Escondidinho brand merchandising; Vegetarian menu; Gastronomic Menu; Executive menu; Fish and seafood cataplanas;

Monday to Sunday: 12h - 14: 30h, 19h - 22: 30h

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Money, ATM, Bank transfer



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Address:
Rua Passos Manuel, 144

Postal Code:
4000-382

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222001079

Mobile Phone:
933101600

Email:
geral@escondidinho.pt

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