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10 em São Domingos has been open to the public since 2016, but only in May 2017 the new and current management took possession of the space. This restaurant always seeks to offer a service with high quality products, where everything that is always made has three central and special ingredients: love, dedication and inspiration. Whether it is for simpler breakfast, stronger meal, tapas accompanied by a wine or even a well composed lunch, this space will surely answer what you are looking for. From its varied menu and with options for all tastes, we can highlight francesinha, “prego em bolo do caco”, mediterranean toast, “bifanas” and “caldo verde”.

Gelataria Portuense is a traditional ice cream shop where you can taste the famous ice creams produced by one of Cattabriga’s only two Effe machines in Portugal, the revolutionary machine invented in 1927 by Otello Cattabriga, an ingenious and talented Italian inventor. This is the only machine capable of reproducing the stacca and spalma movements, with the smoothness and rhythm of the Italian grandmother’s hands. This ice cream shop privileges fresh fruit and predominantly Portuguese flavors such as Port wine, “pastel de nata” and “leite creme” (cream milk), without forgetting the most requested flavors such as chocolate and vanilla. At Gelataria Portuguesa the production of ice cream is made without the use of dyes and preservatives.

The name of the restaurant announces seven original Francesinhas (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) for you to try. The idea was to try to create versions of the well-known delicacy of the city of Porto. So, you can try the Francesinha Tropical, with pineapple and red fruits, the tuna one, the loin one, the turkey one, the cod one and the house special one, with shrimp, besides the traditional one. They are all cooked in the wood oven, as well as the pizzas, Bolognese lasagne or veal chop, soaked in the Francesinha sauce. There is also a variety of traditional Portuguese dishes to choose from, as well as desserts and drinks for all tastes. There are several competitively priced menus, with drink, soup, bread, olives and coffee included.

A Brasileira is one of the most famous cafes in the city, known for its architecture, notably for its façade, with its magnificent iron and glass sunshade and its stunning interior, with crystals, marbles and leather furniture. It is a coffee full of history: it was born in 1903 and was the first to serve coffee in a cup at the beginning of the 20th century. Its slogan of the time is equally recognized: “The best coffee is from Brazil”.
After more than a decade of semi-abandonment, its current version opened in 2018, the result of a renovation process of the building in which it is located, preserving its original architectural features and incorporating the new Hotel Pestana Porto – A Brasileira. .

Fábrica da Picaria is a craft beer brewpub that aims to become a trendy, cosmopolitan, signature and tasteful space, where you can enjoy a craft beer in a factory environment while making contact with the various stages of beer production. This way, in this brewpub, you can taste the beer directly from your fermentation vat. Although beer is our ex-libris, Fábrica da Picaria also serves tapas, sandwiches and traditional dishes, all great choices to accompany the craft beers that surely attract those who visit this space.

A Loja dos Pastéis de Chaves is a franchise with an original concept, based on the commercialization of a certified mono-product, with all the advantages arising from it. This shop is located at Firmeza Street. The products sold in its space differ in their superior quality, giving top priority to customer satisfaction. In a mix of traditional flavors with bolder ones, this establishment offers eight different options “Pastel de Chaves” for all tastes: veal, chicken, chicken and sun-dried tomato, chicken and chili, cod, egg and almond, chocolate and vegetarian.

Pasta is a group of restaurants specialized in Italian cuisine with establishments in Rua da Boavista and Rua do Rosário.
The highlight of the restaurants A Pasta is in the three special menus dedicated to three Italian cities: Rome, Venice and Milan.
In the chart of our spaces you can find various types of pasta (such as spaghetti, rigatoni and tagliatelle), cannellonis (cannelloni venice, romana and bolognese), risotto (vegetable, prawn or duck risotto) and lasagna (bolognese, vegetarian or as well as meat and fish dishes.
To end your journey through Italian cuisine, indulge in one of the many desserts available, including crepes.

Pasta is a group of restaurants specializing in Italian cuisine, with establishments at Rua do Rosário and Rua da Boavista.
The highlight of the A Pasta restaurants is the three special menus, dedicated to three Italian cities: Rome, Venice and Milan.
In the list of your spaces you can find various types of pasta (such as spaghetti, rigatoni and tagliatelle), cannelloni (cannelloni with venice, roman and bolognese), risotto (vegetable, prawn or duck risotto) and lasagna (bolognese, vegetarian or cod), as well as meat and fish dishes.
To end your journey through Italian cuisine, treat yourself to one of the many desserts available, including crepes.

A Xícara, in operation for about 25 years, offers simultaneously tearoom valences, cafeteria, restaurant and snack bar services.
It is a space characterized by its familiar and cozy atmosphere, where you can enjoy a tea, a coffee or a cake as well as choose a light meal or one of the various menus available.
If you choose to dine or have lunch at A Xícara, the menu offers essentially unmissable dishes of Portuguese cuisine, such as “Caldo Verde”, “Rojões”, “Bacalhau à Brás” (codfish), “Jardineira”, or “Tripas à Moda do Porto” (guts), while you can also count on other options. If you want to eat well in the comfort of your own home, choose the takeaway service.

AkiháCarne, as its name implies, essentially specializes in selling various types of meat to the general public, in order to satisfy all the needs of this market.
Among the various services that this space offers are the sale of fresh and aged meats, the latter also being available for sale in the form of frozen foods. The offer also includes options such as artisanal hamburgers and organic meats.
To its customers, AkiháCarne also offers a variety of specialized grocery products, carefully selected, such as wines, olive oils and organic honey.

It is located in one of the most central arteries of Oporto and is a space that promises to make you travel through the best of Brazilian cuisine. Meals are made with the care of anyone who discovers unique and familiar palates. Alegria Brasil specializes in snacks and meals from Brazil, offering its customers the chance to enjoy famous dishes such as picanha, Brazilian bean stew or typical snacks such as cheese bread and cold pastries, accompanied by the famous and refreshing caipirinha. You can also enjoy the chocolate brigadeiros, which are presented as one of the specialties of this house.

Founded in 1991, the Alicantina group nowadays has two restaurants and also catering services.
Located in accessible areas of the city and close to places of tourist interest, its establishments have a menu inspired by Portuguese cuisine, from the famous “francesinhas” to traditional cakes and pastries.
We offer visit booking services to places of interest as well as official guides to accompany them.
With over 10 years of experience in catering and banquet services, the group offers a personalized and quality service in this area of its activity.

Founded in 1991, the Alicantina group nowadays has two restaurants and also catering services.
Located in accessible areas of the city and close to places of tourist interest, its establishments have a menu inspired by Portuguese cuisine, from the famous “francesinhas” to traditional cakes and pastries.
We offer visit booking services to places of interest as well as official guides to accompany them.
With over 10 years of experience in catering and banquet services, the group offers a personalized and quality service in this area of its activity.

In Alma do Cachorro the king is the hotdog. Or rather, the “genuine” hotdog. It is with pride that Júlio Bacalhau, one of the owners, assumes that Alma do Cachorro has “one of the best hotdogs in the city of Porto”, which makes it so appreciated and authentic. The hotdog (with soul) is the most famous one, but there are other options, such as the well-known beef sandwich and other varied sandwiches. Here, the beef sandwiches have names of the heritage of the undefeated city; that is why you can enjoy the ‘Ribeira’, the ‘Sé’, the ‘São Bento’, the ‘Palácio de Cristal’, the ‘D. Luís’, the ‘Aliados’ and the ‘Clérigos’. In a family atmosphere, welcoming, intimate and designed for conviviality and closeness, the aim is to provide an experience that leaves customers satisfied.

Alma Portuense, located in the Trindade area, offers cafeteria, snack bar, restaurant and bar simultaneously. The menu is influenced by Portuguese cuisine which includes typical delicacies of Porto such as francesinhas, steak à Alma and steak puff. Personalized menus are also available for group dinners.
The inviting prices, the attentive and welcoming service and the multifaceted characteristics of the establishment makes Alma Portuense an interesting place for your meal in the city, regardless of the time of day.

Opened in 2019, Angel Coffee is one of the many solutions that Porto has to offer in the context of catering, in a context of great tourist influx to the city. It is a snack bar that offers home-cooked meals, discounts and inviting prices, and where you can save money as bifanas, as gizzards and, yes, there is francesinha. Leaving Porto without experiencing the French is walking around Paris and not visiting the Eiffel Tower. There is something for everyone, see the choice of ingredients, like all direct, or the secret is always in the sauce. Angel Coffee can also be the chosen place to have breakfast or a snack, with hot and cold drinks, and a selection of pastries and various snacks.

Aromas & Tradition opened in 2020, merging the best of two worlds, the regional and the gourmet. In this sense, the establishment has a shop area for the sale of regional products, such as alheiras (a typical Portuguese sausage whose main ingredients may be poultry meat, bread, olive oil, lard, garlic and paprika), smoked products, wines, cheeses, honey, chocolates, among others, handicraft items, Paupério biscuits, Mirandela bread, ‘Leite de burra’ soaps, and a cafeteria area, where its customers can taste all its products. The phrase that defines Aromas & Tradição is the following: “It is born of a passion. A passion for what is traditional and homemade. A space that we want to share with everyone. To be, to socialise and to taste our products. Feel the aroma and let yourself be carried away by tradition”.

The inviting little smell you feel as you approach the small corner where Art Pizza is located opens the appetite for what you can find at this establishment: delicious artisan pizzas made on request in front of the customer and with fresh, quality ingredients. You can choose from various pizza sizes to share among several people or opt for the mini pizza, suitable for an individual and economical meal. There are constantly ongoing promotions and a number of special menus that allow you, for a competitive price, to order a pizza both to take and to eat on site.

Nowadays, kebabs are considered one of the most popular types of confort food. At Asian Kebab you can have a quick and economical meal and enjoy one of their kebabs or falafel, whether in pita, durum or plate. You can enjoy one of their menus and, for a budget price, order your kebab with chips and accompanying drink. In addition to kebabs, you will also find Indian food at this establishment. With its extended opening hours, you can go to this establishment for a quick meal, a snack or even a late supper, as anytime is good for a kebab.

Located on the fourth and top floor of a business building, it has a wide view over the city thanks to the terrace all around it. This space, with a minimum of 30 people and a maximum capacity of 100 people, has a wide range of services, ranging from birthday parties, group lunches and dinners, baptisms, communions, weddings, as well as any type of activities appropriate to the space. Aviz Terrace is a space dedicated to business and private events, which operates on an exclusive basis. Dinners or lunches always include catering services, decoration of table centres and candles spread throughout the space and ambient music.

If you are looking for a quiet, welcoming place with a family atmosphere, Bamboo Caffé can be part of your choices. To take a break, to relax, to work a little to the computer, to study, to live together, to take a cup of coffee or a drink to regain the forces, or a snack to snuggle – a beef sandwich, some ‘moelas’ (small onion and tomato stew to which chicken or duck gizzards are added), a roasted ‘chouriça’, just to mention some – the Bamboo Caffé represents that type of space. Bamboo Caffé also offers meals, in a fast meals combo with typically Portuguese products, such as ‘alheiras’ (typical Portuguese sausage whose main ingredients may be poultry meat, bread, olive oil, lard, garlic and paprika), sausages, hotdogs and special toasts, having also salads and house combinations. Besides the interior space, there is a small esplanade at the door.

Bao’s brought Taiwanese street food to Porto.
Located in the Cedofeita area, it offers its guests a menu full of options where the base is bao, the steamed bread that gives the establishment its name. With a variety of meat and fish options, as well as vegetarian options, there are baos for all tastes.
The side dishes are also delicious, with french fries and sweet potato with cheese sauce or wasabi mayonnaise, for example.
You can also opt for a rice bowl or a noodle soup for your meal.
For dessert, enjoy an ice cream or pie, always in a relaxed and youthful atmosphere that characterizes Bao’s.

Located right next to the iconic Lello Bookstore and overlooking the beautiful Clérigos Tower, the Pastelaria Bela Torre is a great place to take a break during your stroll through downtown Porto, whether for a coffee, a fine or a small snack. Here you will find a range of pastries, such as croissants, cream and Berlin balls, and savory snacks such as patties, breading and meatloaf. It is also the ideal place for brunch or a cheap lunch meal, offering a wide variety of fish and meat dishes. You can also try one of its francesinhas.

At Berry you can try vegetarian and vegan cuisine, where all food is produced there, with ingredients of biological origin. This is the first Berry, which appeared at the invitation of Ervanário Portuense, in 2016, due to the need to create a symbiosis between a complete vegetarian/vegan meal in a working context and the food products sold there. Since then, they share the same shop and the result has been surprising. Lunches, vegetarian/vegan breakfasts and snacks, menus of the day, bread and mother dough focaccia, vegan pastry, freshly made juices and smoothies, infusions, among others, are some of the offers you can find at Berry.

At Berry you can try vegetarian and vegan cuisine, where all food is produced in space, with ingredients of biological origin. After the first Berry, which appeared at the invitation of the Ervanário Portuense, expanded to this space, with more places and with a kitchen that allows the development and confection of the dishes that made the first space famous, such as bread and focaccia prepared with slow fermentation dough, prepared from scratch. Lunches, vegetarian/vegan breakfasts and snacks, menus of the day, bread and focaccia of mother dough, vegan pastry, freshly made juices and smoothies, infusions, among others, are some of the offers you can find at Berry.

Bicho Papão restaurant is located in downtown Porto, with a concept of traditional cuisine, betting on quality and the daily offer at lunch of a varied menu. At dinner they are only open for groups and by appointment. You will find a cosy atmosphere, with a personalised service and at an affordable price. The menu changes daily to allow a diversified and balanced diet to its customers. The space is renovated, with a modern touch, comfortable and it has two dining rooms, as well as an indoor terrace, where lunches are served whenever the weather allows it. It also has a take-away and catering service.

Big Petisco defines itself as a traditional appetizer, which prides itself on offering a huge variety of traditional snacks and specialties every day, a grill service and a much praised Francesinha. In addition to the diversity of snacks offered at an inviting price (special hotdog, snacks, hamburgers, etc.), which can be tasted and accompanied by a good wine or beer, Big Petisco is highlighted by its customers for its cozy environment. It also has daily dishes at lunch time. It is worth visiting for food and drink and stay for the good mood.

The concept was born in Braga but also exists in Porto. Bira dos Namorados uses a regional intonation game, with the exchange of b for v. The decoration takes us to travel to other times, with valentine dishes. While waiting for food, the older ones can play STOP and the younger ones can color. On the menu you will find hamburgers and steaks, with creative names, inspired by dances and musical instruments, and a strong bet on the ingredients used. You can try a different version of francesinha with hamburger. By the way, you can try bean, chicken, portobello or cod burgers. There is equal variety in steaks, entrees, desserts, and drinks.

Open to the public since July 2017, Biscoito Sweets & Snacks offers its customers a wide range of homemade jams and cookies.
In this cozy space you can try pancakes, brownies and “brigadeiros” that will surely delight you.
With “day menus” available and brunch at any time, at Biscoito Sweets & Snacks you can also enjoy a more enhanced meal.
Vegetarian and vegan options are not overlooked either, making this establishment an interesting place for those with dietary restrictions.

Boa-Bao is a chic and casual restaurant based on the pan-Asian cuisine concept with an authentic selection of dishes that respect the original recipes and take us on a journey that is a true sensory experience across Asia, through countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, Korea, Japan, and China.
At our establishment, dishes are prepared on demand “à la minute” or “on the spot” by a team of experienced chefs, always using the freshest ingredients, including seasonal changes to the menu to make it constantly interesting and respectful of its own ingredients in each season.

Open since 2016, the main bet of the Boa Ideia! Café is based on regional products: ‘cristas e covilhetes’(traditional regional pastry) of Vila Real, ‘rabanadas’ of Póvoa (traditional sweet similar to a French toast) and bread of Penafiel baked in a wood-fired oven, are some of the examples that delight customers. With its eyes on the future and its concerns with other lifestyles, the house also cooks pastries and dishes of the day with vegan and vegetarian recipes. Another offer of the house is your daily meals, at competitive prices and with options of meat, fish or vegetarian, which you can take in the space, inside the establishment or on the terrace, or take home. The products are home-made and the quality is high. It provides catering and event support services.

Opened in December 2015 and inspired by a Tokyo bar but with its own twist, BOP Café is a nice bar in central Porto where you can enjoy American food, such as hamburgers, bagels or sandwiches, accompanied by various types of coffee or international beers, to the sound of traditional vinyl records.
With a large collection of jazz, soul and blues, vinyl records can even be heard individually by BOP attendees through turntables with a headphone jack on some of the tables, making this cafe not only a relaxed place to hang out, but a great space for music lovers.

In the middle of 2020, in a context of summer and pandemic, the owner missed his native Bahia, its relaxed climate, a place to drink a cold beer, a place to feel at home. He noticed that this feeling was not unique, but of the entire Brazilian community living in the city. It was there that he decided to open the Boteco Pra Começar, according to the Brazilian tradition, to contagion the Invicta with a relaxed and cheerful atmosphere. According to them, its beer is “stupidly cold”, its portions are generous and have exclusive recipes from the “Patroa” of ‘dadinho de tapioca’ (tapioca little squares), cream topside, mini kibe, besides the traditional acarajé. They also have executive dinner menus.

The Brasão da Travessa is a project that was born from the unconditional love for the art of cooking, but not only that. It was also born from the affection for the art of welcoming and, in this sense, customers are welcomed as if they were guests of the house. The Brasão da Travessa is a restaurant that bets on traditional Portuguese food and a wide range of dishes on the barbecue, with emphasis on mixed barbecue, laminated steak, barbecue chicken, seafood rice, codfish à Braga, octopus à Lagareiro, chicken sausage, just to name a few. At lunch they offer complete daily rates, with soup, main course, drink and coffee, at competitive prices, having also the option to book group dinners.

Bulha is a group of two restaurants in the city of Porto, specialised in traditional Portuguese food. In their restaurants there are always fresh products used in the confection of the menu and, among the existing offers, there are the cod dishes with bread and cod à la Bulha (house special dish). This is also the only place in the city that works with octopus flower.
This Bulha restaurant is located in Rua de Sá da Bandeira. Here, it is possible to find several meals based on codfish (such as codfish rice or codfish à la Brás (Portuguese dish made from shreds of salted cod, onions and thinly chopped (matchstick-sized) fried potatoes, all bound with scrambled eggs. It is usually garnished with black olives and sprinkled with fresh parsley)), octopus (octopus rice or octopus ‘à lagareiro’ (octopus cooked in olive oil)) and seafood (seafood rice or ‘açorda de marisco’ (typical Portuguese dish composed of thinly sliced bread with garlic, finely chopped coriander, olive oil, vinegar, water, white pepper, salt and poached eggs; this one also has shellfish).

Bulha is a group of two restaurants in Porto specialized in traditional Portuguese food. Our menu always offers fresh products, being codfish dishes the ones that stand out the most. Our restaurant is also the only spot in town that cooks “flower octopus”. We’re located on Rua do Bonjardim. Here you can find various cod-based meals, octopus and shellfish.

Housed in the Bom Sucesso Market, a historic building from the 1950s, Buri is a sushi restaurant that works only with fresh fish from sustainable fishing and from the Portuguese sea, such as sea bass, sea bream, horse mackerel, tuna and corvina from Azores.
In addition to the originality of its sushi menus, Buri also has some alternative dishes influenced by Mediterranean cuisine and vegetarian options.
In this restaurant, the excellence of the service and the freshness of the fish combine with a space of modern character and contemporary decoration, making Buri a place to visit.
To satisfy the needs of its customers, it also has take-away and delivery.

C’alma is a coffee shop based on the treatment of coffee that sells professionally and with all the care that this noble beverage requires.
It is within the magnificent and historic building of Porto Commercial Athenaeum that you will find this establishment, where you will have the opportunity to make experiments and comparisons between various coffees from different parts of the globe, coffees roasted in this space by different roasters.
This coffee shop also offers a selection of cream, biscuits, D.Odete muffins and slow-fermented bread, so you can enjoy your coffee together with a delicious accompaniment.

Café 3M has been a family-owned establishment run by mother and daughter for over 38 years. Every day offers a daily dish, where for a budget price you can enjoy a home-cooked meal complete with traditional Portuguese cuisine. You can also order one of the many snacks available, such as francesinha, special hotdog, American sandwich, breaded sandwich or omelette. You can also come to this establishment for breakfast or a snack, reading the newspaper or your favorite magazine or trying your luck at Euromillions, as Café 3M also offers stationery, Santa Casa games and payshop.

With a warm atmosphere and friendly and helpful service, Café Alem D’Ouro is a reference for its homemade sweets. Their francesinha is their most famous product, which is available all year round and not just at Christmas. But there are many other options such as its highly praised scones, orange muffins or cheeses of various flavors (chocolate, mango, passion fruit, almond and coffee). You can also taste the salty ones, such as the patties, the ball or the pastel de Chaves. It’s the perfect place for a meeting point, a snack or a coffee break, accompanied by one of their homemade pastries.

At about 50 meters from Campanhã train station, Café Amarantino can be the ideal place to have a drink or a meal after a long journey, or if you are waiting to go to other stops. With a simple decoration, a family space and informal service, Café Amarantino offers a menu where there is no shortage of francesinha and you can eat a nail in the plate, but where light meals predominate, for those looking to snack, with hamburgers, breaded, gizzards , bifanas, snacks, varied pastries, patties and various sandwiches, ham, salpicão and mixed toasts. It has wifi and television to watch football matches.

Café Ambrizete home appeared in the 70s and can be said to be part of a range of the oldest houses in the area. The name ‘Ambrizete’ derives from the time of the returnees, the people who returned from the old Portuguese overseas provinces, being the name of an Angolan city at the time. At the beginning, with the theme of a tea room, the space contained sofas for the comfort of its clients and paintings on the walls with the theme ‘Angola’. Of these paintings it is still possible to see part of them under the false ceiling, as well as a stained glass window that is part of the origins of the house. Nowadays, the highlight goes to the games of Santa Casa, to its billiards, to the space outside and to its soup, which never disappoints its clients.

Café Bom Expresso is said to be a unique space for you. The simplicity of the establishment gives you a cosy and familiar atmosphere, which is accompanied by the sympathy and attention of the staff. If you are looking for a place to relax, while having a coffee, reading your newspaper or getting into your book, if you are looking for an atmosphere that invites you to take a break, whether for breakfast, a snack or a meal, Café Bom Expresso can be that choice. With interior space and a generous terrace, you can enjoy your snacks, peanuts, lupins, among others, or try its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), while accompanying with a cold beer or any other refreshing drink.

If you want to meet friends or have a relaxing cup of coffee with family and share unique moments, Café Caçulinha is the ideal meeting place. Here you will have comforting coffee and light, inexpensive culinary proposals for your lunch. You can choose from various dishes of traditional and Portuguese cuisine, with meat and fish options. At snack time, you can enjoy many of the establishment’s regular patrons and enjoy some of its delicious snacks, such as pastries, chips, bifanas and pizzas. It also has several breakfast menus.

At Café Célia you can count on a simple and familiar space, with a friendly service. It is the ideal place to have light meals, complete meals, breakfasts, snack or just to have coffee. Its specialties include duck rice, cod, Italian “palha”, German pie and, of course, francesinha. Its menu also includes pasta, hotdogs, hamburgers, steak in the bread, salads, omelets, steak on the plate and vegetarian options.

Renovated in 2017, Café Cifrão offers a space with a simple, warm and familiar decor, with a recognized friendly staff. Here you can snack, have a drink, have a complete meal and socialize on the terrace, an ideal space to share a moment with friends. As it should be, Café Cifrão serves francesinhas (for some, one of the best) but also sandwiches, “pregos no prato” (steak), omelets, hotdogs, hamburgers, “alheiras”, special mixed sandwiches, among others. It also serves breakfast, as well as affordable lunch menus. It has an extensive list of drinks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic, and even offers its customers wifi.

According to Café D. Duarte, this is the ideal space to regain strength. Just pop in and enjoy your selection of snacks and drinks. Every time you visit Café D. Duarte you will find comforting coffee and light meals. It also has exterior space, particularly pleasant with warm weather. You can choose from a variety of traditional and Portuguese dishes, local dishes or regional dishes. You can also try the tapas dishes, or its fruit, or even the various bakery products and cakes. To the attention of food bloggers: taking pictures and posting them on Instagram has never been so simple, as it has free Wi-Fi. There is also a take-away service.

Café D. Fernando offers simple décor without pretentiousness to those who visit. The busy counter invites you to socialize in a warm and family atmosphere and invites you to have a drink or a snack. Café D. Fernando also serves meals with Francesinha specialties, German sausages and special hot dogs. At lunch, there are always daily dishes, at inviting prices, with meat, fish and vegetarian options, and you can find grilled ribs, chicken steak, grilled bream and octopus. There are also lunch menus, with steaks, hamburgers and other options.

Café Porta do Olival is the oldest café in Porto city still in operation. It was already in operation in 1853, in the same place where it currently operates: in the middle of the Fernandina Wall, very close to the old port of Olival, one of the most important entrances of the city of Porto in medieval times. According to records, already in 1926 was considered the oldest coffee in Portugal. In addition to the unique opportunity to visit an authentic museum with a unique history and charisma overlooking the Clérigos Tower, Café Porta do Olival is a great place for a coffee break, a fine meal or to starve with a of its economic snacks, such as its bifanas and assorted sandwiches.

You can use Café Dragão for a coffee or drink break or a quick mid-morning or afternoon snack. At breakfast and lunch you can benefit from one of its economy menus. Breakfast includes bacon, toast, scrambled eggs and coffee. At lunchtime you can choose from one of the three dishes available and the menu includes soup, drink and bread. In addition to the menus, you can also try your praised Francesinha or one of their snacks and specialties such as specialty hotdog, hamburger or steak in dish. In addition to the catering service, you can come to Café Dragão to bet on luc Games.

Café Embaixador, founded in 1959, is a historic establishment in downtown Porto, offering a pleasant and welcoming space where you can breathe the typical atmosphere of the 60s. It now operates as a self-service lunch restaurant, and also features a menu of traditional Portuguese cuisine, such as the famous French, codfish à Ambassador and Tripas à moda do Porto. Embaixador also offers its customers economical and tourist menus at inviting prices, which, combined with its vast tradition, makes it an interesting point for all those visiting the city.

Café Gaveto was born in 2014 and came to complete an old dream of having a space prepared and thought out by the owner, but oriented to the detail for the comfort of the final customer. That is how this place came to be, with the focus on having a brand that differentiates them from others, either by the space, the products or the service. The charm products of the establishment are the natural juices, hot chocolate of various flavours, differentiated teas of unique aromas, author hamburgers and croissants. They also offer a friendly service that in the long run becomes familiar. This is how they want to score this place and this is how they promise to continue in the future, a small space full of everything that feels like coming back.

Located in Batalha Square, the famous and central point of Porto, Café Java has a history that begins in 1914. Right next to the São João National Theater, this space offers its customers a pastry service, in addition to snacks and Portuguese food, which is served at any time of the day. Famous for the taste of its dishes, such as codfish with bread, octopus lagareiro, house steak, sea bass, hamburgers and famous francesinhas, among other delicacies, the centenary Café Java is an important point to enjoy. take a break from your day in the city center.

Café Lobito is one of the oldest cafés in this area of Porto, having recently undergone a renovation, giving it a modernisation and sophistication adapted to current times. It maintains the authenticity and genuineness it has always had, which translates into a close and familiar service, as well as the maintenance of the offer, based on traditional Portuguese cuisine. At Café Lobito you can choose any of the meals. For breakfast there are several menus available, from toast to a fruit buffet with granola, accompanied by a “galão” (hot drink from Portugal made of espresso and foamed milk. Similar to caffè latte or café au lait, it consists of about one quarter coffee and three quarters foamed milk. It is served in a tall glass) or fruit juice. For the complete meals the choice is not less diversified, having fish dishes, meat dishes, hamburgers, dogs, not forgetting the Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish).

Café M owes its letter to many women’s names and, why not, to all women. It is a space that celebrates capital Ms, but where everyone is welcome. It has a cosy space, with vintage decoration, to which pleasant tables outside are added. The atmosphere is familiar, because the aim is to really make the client feel at home. It is the ideal place to socialise, to have a cup of coffee or a hot chocolate, to eat a light meal, tasting your salty, varied bakery or slices of quiche, to delight yourself with the pastry, or to drink a spirit. It is also a space that promotes other synergies, creating thematic events, like workshops or having live music. All that is left to do is to try it.

Since the year of its inauguration in 1964, Café Moreira has been a reference and meeting place for generations.
It promotes a series of gatherings and social tables with friends and intellectuals from various areas, from politicians to magistrates, lawyers, engineers, architects, doctors and even artists and musicians. It was there that the poet Eugénio de Andrade used to have lunch.
Among the products sold, homemade muffins, made by Maria Lúcia for over 40 years, are the main attraction of this space. It is a reference establishment in the city of Porto, taking a special interest in its history, articulating the heritage of tradition with the winds of the new times.

Café Nicola Porto is in a prime space, right in front of Campanhã train station and one minute from the metro, it belongs to a group that strives for quality in the art of baking and catering. It has a modern and comfortable space, which visitors find it elegant and tastefully decorated, keeping the vintage and nostalgic theme of the old railway stations. It is an unpretentious restaurant, with daily based on simple and fast Portuguese food. The terrace invites us to enjoy the air of Campanhã on a sunny afternoon, the interior is cozy enough for the colder days. They have coffee service, cafeteria, snack bar and brewery.

What makes Café Nobre noble is the simplicity and genuineness with which it receives its customers. The atmosphere is familiar, welcoming and lively, which is provided by the personalised and friendly service. If you are looking for a coffee, a break to have a snack or a candy, or to hang out with friends, Café Nobre can be one of those contemplated. However, it can also be the space to have a meal. First of all, Café Nobre invites you to try what they themselves consider to be the best Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) in the city of Porto. There are also hotdogs, hamburgers, beef sandwiches or beef on the plate with chips, omelettes, mixed toasts, baguettes, salads and much more.

Café Onital is an establishment with almost 40 years of history, a welcoming atmosphere and a friendly and helpful service. Onital is “Latino” written backwards, given its location near the corner between Latino Coelho and Santos Pousada streets. Its biggest and most recognized specialty is Francesinha, featuring several variants of this well-known dish. In addition to the standard Francesinha and the Onital Francesinha, we also have four varieties of vegetarian Francesinha. In addition to the Francesinha, we have a wide range of snacks, such as various omelets, the Onital special hotdog, the Onital special mixed toast and a wide variety of combinations.

Café Penta is located in the Antas area and these two elements are reminiscent of the most emblematic club of the city, Futebol Clube do Porto. When ‘penta’ is mentioned, the supporters of this club remember the unique achievement of national football, which was to win five consecutive national championships. With three shop windows, Café Penta is a luminous space, with a modern decoration and that invites to socialise, to stop for a coffee or to enjoy its esplanade in sunny days. Its specialities are its varied pastries, its fast meals, its snacks and snacks, its natural juices, just to mention a few. The service is attentive, well-disposed and personalised.

Café Ancora D´Ouro has long been affectionately called “Café Piolho”. In fact, no one knows the reason for such a designation, but the theories are many. One of them is that the cafe was frequented by the students of the university, but the teachers also went there and the coexistence was somewhat ceremonious. Then someone started to say that this was a “foolishness”. Opened since 1909, the café is a meeting point for students; it was a mandatory stop for poets, politicians, activists, among others. It is a cafe that is part of Porto’s history, where you can have a drink, snack and dine, even after hours. Try the francesinha or sarrabulho porridge, from a varied offer.

Installed in a round building adorned with typical Portuguese tiles is Café Ponche. If you are looking for a place to take a break, to relax, to work a little at the computer, to study, to socialise, to have a cup of coffee, or a drink to regain strength, or a snack to tuck in, or a full meal at competitive prices, Café Ponche can be a serious candidate for those choices. Café Ponche bets on traditional Portuguese cuisine in the confection of its meals and suggests its customers to taste its speciality, the ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used). The space is pleasant and welcoming, having, besides the interior space, an outer ne.

Café Ponto de Encontro is the ideal name to describe the space. It is a cafe with a large space, mostly frequented by students and is located directly in front of the Eskada Club nightclub. It can be the ideal place to spend time and meet friends before prolonging the night at the disco. To spend time there is plenty to do, from having drinks, eating, snacks and light meals – breadings, steaks, francesinha- and enjoy the games room, with three pool tables and a table of table football. It’s the ideal place to hang out with friends, with good-humored staff, and great for watching football games.

In Café Restaurante Bom Clima the temperature is always the same, regardless of the weather outside. The good weather rules, with a well-disposed, attentive and personalised service, focused on the needs of its customers. Besides its snacks, breakfasts and snacks, Café Restaurante Bom Clima has meal service, with a bet on traditional Portuguese cuisine, with typical regional and local dishes, with confection that gives a homemade experience, having its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), as well as hotdogs and various snacks, typically Portuguese, such as ‘moelas’ (small onion and tomato stew to which chicken or duck gizzards are added) or roasted chouriça. It has lunch and dinner service and can be reserved for group dinners.

Café Restaurante Marinho’s invests in traditional Portuguese cuisine and seeks to offer its customers quality dishes at affordable prices. The house specialties are fried cod fish with loose rice, grilled squid, Braga-style cod, Porto-style guts, duck rice and Minho-style rojões. Its menu is varied and quite extensive, with several options of meat, fish, seafood, omelets and snacks. Obviously, we are in Porto, and if there is cuisine, there is francesinha, which Marinho’s advises to accompany with your sangria. They have a takeaway service every day, with meals for two at very competitive prices.

Romano has been around for over 20 years. Its main specialty is traditional Portuguese food. Here you can taste specialties such as codfish, hake fillets, Mirandela sausage, “cozido à portuguesa” (Portuguese stew), “tripas à moda do Porto” (Porto-style guts) and many other options that vary every day. Prices are very competitive and, in addition to traditional dishes, you can try one of our many snacks such as the classic francesinha, hotdogs, hamburgers or sandwiches. Romano is a great place for a cheap meal or a mid-morning or afternoon snack.

With a great location, Tropical offers a wide range of typical Portuguese dishes, both meat and fish. For example, “bacalhau à Braga” (codfish), Tropical typical steak and a variety of grilled meat and fish.
At lunchtime there are several options of daily dishes at low prices, with meat and fish alternatives. In addition to the Portuguese cuisine, Tropical offers a very complete snack bar service, highlighting the classic Francesinha or the much praised Francesinha in puff pastry. Its space is pleasant and has enough space to cater for large groups.

Active since 1991, it is impossible to pass by Café Riviera and not find it. This cafeteria and snack bar, situated very close to the emblematic Rotunda da Boavista, is a large and airy establishment with many snacks to choose from. You can stop for a coffee or a cold beer on a hot day, or try some of Café Riviera’s specialties. You can sit down to eat a nail, a hot dog, a hamburger or a mixed toast, or even enjoy a ham sandwich. It is a good stopping point for regaining strength and satisfying hunger with a quick and economical meal.

Café S. Lázaro stands out for being a familiar, pleasant and welcoming space with background music. It is a great place for a quick break, whether for a coffee, cream or snack, like a sandwich or one of its many delicious snacks. Every day offers several alternatives of daily dishes at reduced prices. There are always several choices of meat and fish dishes. In addition to the catering service, you can come to Café S. Lázaro to play “luck games” or use the Payshop service.

Officially founded in 1959, Café Santiago will have opened its doors long before, in the 1930s, as a pasture and tavern house. In 1978, Mr. Fernando Pereira and D. Isabel Ferreira, current owners, began their connection to Café Santiago by exploring the tobacco shop that existed there. Francesinha Santiago has always been the main reference, having emerged as a result of the development and improvement of the typical Francesinha do Porto. Carefully selected ingredients, unique 100% handcrafted cooking processes and the well-known special sauce, whose recipe is a closely guarded family secret, give Francesinha Santiago the reference status in Porto.

Café Silvado is an establishment with a cosy and familiar atmosphere, which has at your disposal cafeteria and snack bar service. Its unpretentious decoration makes Café Silvado a typical place in Portugal, and it can be the place to have a coffee, or to have breakfast or a snack, or even to make a light or complete meal. For that it has a varied offer, from toast, sandwiches of all kinds, nails in the bread, puppies, savoury, diversified pastry, among others. It also has free Wi-Fi and can also perform all kinds of services related to Pagaqui, as well as trying your luck by playing Euromillions or purchasing a scratch card.

O Café Nosso Lar tem uma história de mais de 40 anos numa localização privilegiada, mesmo entre a Boavista e Cedofeita. É conhecido pelos seus deliciosos queques e lanches especiais. A sua francesinha, cachorro especial, croissants e salgadinhos também são muito elogiados. Poderá passar no Nosso Lar para um lanche ou pequeno almoço. À hora do almoço poderá aproveitar e pedir um dos menus, em que, por um preço económico, terá à sua disposição uma refeição rápida à base de cozinha tradicional portuguesa. Se estiver bom tempo, poderá usufruir e tomar um café ou bebida ou matar a fome com um dos seus snacks na sua convidativa esplanada.
Almoço menu e cozinha tradicional

With a cozy interior space with granite walls, Café Snipe is the ideal place for themselves to “enjoy your breakfast with friends and lunch with your co-workers”. For meals, there is a varied offer with soups, fish dishes, case of hake au gratin, small sardines with bean rice, meat dishes such as stewed veal in the spring, belly of piglet à Bairrada, combined dishes, mixing salty chips and salad, salads and various options of francesinhas. It has outdoor space, with terrace, to enjoy on sunny days.

Open to the public since 1994, Café Vaga stands out for the good atmosphere that its space provides, coupled with a careful customer service.
With a great terrace, this establishment offers a cafeteria service with a variety of snacks, alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, breakfasts and light meals, which can be accompanied by a tasty soup.
Café Vaga also has a tobacco service, where you can buy various brands and types of tobacco, also selling newspapers and magazines of various kinds, as well as free wifi and a computer that allows internet access to its customers.

Café located in one of the most trendy areas of Porto. It is a nice and cozy place where you can rest your legs during your walk downtown and have a coffee, a drink or a snack like a ham sandwich, a toast or a sweet like a Nata or a cupcake. One of the main highlights of Café Vila Real is its much praised soups. Every day the Café offers a special soup, which you can have with a sandwich or snack for a light and healthy meal. In addition, you can count on friendly and helpful service that will make you feel at home at this establishment.

Cafetaria do Marquês offers an unpretentious, familiar and welcoming space, mostly attended by regular customers, where you can count on a friendly service. It can be the chosen place to have light meals, complete meals, breakfasts, snacks or even just to have coffee. This way you have a varied offer, from mixed toasts, hotdogs of the house, special hotdog, omelette sandwiches, to, as you should expect, the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish). All dishes can be served on a menu with refreshing drinks, as well as lunch menus, with an offer that varies every day of the week. It has a full bar and free Wi-Fi.

Entering the Cafeteria Espaço Galiza is entering a relaxed, colourful space, with a cosy atmosphere, with personalised service, suitable for taking a break, having a cup of coffee or enjoying your pastry. The light penetrates through the long windows, allowing you to read while consuming a croissant, as well as being able to protect yourself in its generous space outside. At Cafetaria Espaço Galicia you can also have a complete meal, you can choose a salad, for all tastes, mixed, tuna, sea food, chicken, ham or roast beef, or choose the dish of the day or the house specialities, from the special Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), beef steak with French fries, to various omelettes.

Cafeteria Novidali is the perfect place to take a break or dine. With our cozy atmosphere, you can just have a coffee or try one of our sandwiches or homemade pastries. In addition to the cafeteria service, affordable home-cooked meals with meat and fish alternatives and soup are served for lunch. In addition to lunch menus, there are always healthy options available, such as salads or wraps. We also offer several suggestions for homemade desserts, such as Leite Creme, Baba de Camelo or pudding. All served with a helpful and personalized service.

At Sousa Cafeteria you will find a cozy atmosphere with quality products and affordable prices. It offers a wide range of fresh pastries and bread for your breakfast or snack. Lunch serves homemade and appetizing soups that you can accompany with one of your baguettes for a complete and healthy meal. For a mid-afternoon or morning snack, you can also have a coffee with one of their homemade cakes. It’s the place to go for a quick meal or a break. Regardless of the reasons that lead you to Cafeteria Sousa, you can count on friendly and helpful service that will make you feel comfortable.

A space designed with the goal of being a flower-filled garden overlooking the river, where you could enjoy socializing with friends and good food at any time of the day. The choice of Camelia as a name and symbol is a tribute to Porto, as this native flower species from Asia was introduced in Portugal during the nineteenth century and became an emblematic flower of the city of Porto. Between November and April, when other flowers are rare, camellias bloom and can be admired in all their splendor in the many gardens of Porto. Here you can try some of our specialties such as various types of gourmet coffee, humus, bowls, salads, toasts, cocktails and smoothies.

For over 50 years serving the city of Porto, Cancela Velha is a cafe specialized in meals and all kinds of snacks.
Very close to the busy Avenida dos Aliados, in this establishment the main attraction is the very typical francesinha. Those who prefer other options have at their disposal the toasts, hamburgers, dogs and sandwiches menu.
Cancela Velha also offers its customers a cafeteria service, which, together with its fast and efficient service and its welcoming space, make this an ideal place for a quicker lunch, for your breakfast or even for a mid-afternoon snack.

Canto Doce is an establishment in a central location, near the Palácio da Justiça in Cordoaria, and it is quite eclectic, since it is, at the same time, a snack bar, a restaurant and a confectionary with its own production. It identifies itself as a traditional Portuguese food restaurant and has space for group dinners. It can be the ideal place for quick meals, with its ‘pregos’ (grilled beefsteak) on the Canto Doce bread; or for meals at the table, having various offers, from the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), meat options, such as ‘alheira’ ( a type of Portuguese sausage, made with meats (usually pork, veal, duck, chicken, quail or rabbit) and bread) with ‘migas’ (t is usually made with leftover bread, either wheat bread traditionally associated with the Alentejo region in Southern Portugal, or corn bread as used in Beira) or steak in the casserole, fish options, such as grilled squid, codfish dishes or hake fillets, vegetarian options, such as omelettes, and various sweets.

Let’s cut to the chase: Capa Negra restaurant has one of the most wanted Francesinha in Porto. For Capa Negra it is not enough to be the best Francesinha in Porto, according to its words, it is “the best Francesinha in the world”. This is the original space, opened in 1968, when Amândio Fontes and one of his brothers decided to open a pool hall. Today is one of the best-known restaurants and brewery in Porto, having two more restaurants in the city. In addition to Francesinhas, its specialties are hake fillets, oven roasted lamb, Portuguese stew, roast beef and a huge variety of steaks. Always accompany with meat patties.

Capela Incomum is a Wine Bar that finds its home in a former 19th Century Chapel, located in the heart of the bustling Cedofeita district.
This space has carefully selected wines from the most diverse producing regions in Portugal, with special focus on the Douro and Minho areas.
Accompanying the wine is a wide variety of appetizers, cheeses and sausages. With a markedly intimate character, Capela Incomum also bets on the promotion of wine tasting and Fado (music) nights.

Capiche Ristorante & Pizzeria was born from Chef Glauber’s proposal to bring the best of Italian gastronomy to Portugal. With the combination of Italian food and the best wines one finds a delight of tradition and quality. Here you can find a varied offer of Italian food, with a personal touch of the chef. From traditional starters, such as carpaccio, garlic breads, bruschettas and foccacias, to salads, such as Al Tonno and Caprese, not forgetting the typical pastas and pizzas, highlighting the chef’s recommendations and his creations, such as Três Tenores or Tonnara pizza, with vegetarian options and sweet versions, to the desserts of the day. These are reasons to taste Italy inside Invicta.

O casal João Winck e Ângela Moraes decidiram abrir um espaço onde pudessem partilhar sabores da gastronomia tradicional brasileira. Foi assim que nasceu o Capim Dourado, com uma decoração com motivos tropicais. Nesta partilha, optou-se por tentar recriar comida com opções para todas as dietas: da horta, do mar e da fazenda. Dadinhos de tapioca com geleia picante de maracujá, torresmos «pururuca», pãozinho de queijo, servido com linguiça artesanal, «vaca atolada», uma costela coberta com creme de mandioca e farofa de banana e bacon, são alguns dos pratos, com ingredientes típicos. Para beber, continue no Brasil, há cachaça, a base de vários cocktails tropicais, para abrir ou até acompanhar a refeição.

Casa da Mariquinhas was founded in 1968 by Heitor Gil Vilhena, a city personality known not only for his business side, but also for his acting activity. Ten years ago it was acquired by the son of one of the singers who actually performed here, under the stage name Fanny Ramos. This place exudes fado through the pores of its granite walls. All the great names of national fado have passed through here and continue, which, without microphones and in an atmosphere of intimacy and proximity to the public, make Casa da Mariquinhas the ideal place to enjoy the best fado that is sung and touch this city. Unique experience accompanied by the best traditional Portuguese cuisine.

Having started as a project to sell bicycles in the city of Setúbal, Casa da Zazá arrived in Porto in June 2019. It specializes in the sale of Brazilian pies and Brazilian gastronomy in general, also functioning as a handcrafted hamburger restaurant.
At Casa da Zazá you will find everything as if you were in Brazil: chicken fricassee, beans, meatloaf with mushrooms, traditional chicken dishes, and of course the pies with sweet and salty fillings.
Every day there is a different dish for lunch, always with very low prices.

Casa das Bôlas has been open to the public in Lamego since 1996, having expanded to the city of Porto in 2017.
The decoration of its space refers to the original brand house, and even pieces from its original space were used.
The biggest specialty of this store is the well-known Bôla de Lamego, a traditional salty delicacy that can be served with different fillings: ham, codfish or beef in vines.
In its establishment it also sells traditional Lamego sweets: Lusitanos, Peixinhos de Chila, Barquinhos de Santa Clara and a wide variety of traditional cookies.
All your pastries are made by hand.
Casa das Bôlas also accepts orders.

Serving the Ribeira area since 1951, Casa Deolinda was one of the first establishments in the city to offer its customers a terrace service. The specialty of this establishment is Codfish à Deolinda, which delights those who visit the space, being preferably accompanied by the well-known sangrias. To end your meal, desserts such as lemon cheesecake or cream puffs are recommended. In an extremely busy area of the city, Casa Deolinda presents itself as a family option and offers inviting prices when you want to take a break from your day for a meal.

The Casa Pinheiro is a traditional tavern in Porto, over 60 years old, which aims to preserve the customs of this type of houses in the city and preserve the homemade flavours. The appetizers available every day stand out, with focus on codfish fritters, Lamego ham, bucho(stomach of the animal) and boiled ears, among many others, besides traditional Portuguese cuisine day dishes, such as also ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), ‘feijoada à Transmontana’ (bean stew, usually with meat, and almost always accompanied with rice; in Portugal, it is cooked with white beans in the northwest (Minho and Douro Litoral) or red beans in the northeast (Trás-os-Montes), and usually also includes other vegetables (tomatoes, carrots or cabbage) besides pork or beef, to which can be added varied sausages), ‘cabidela’ rice (a stew that uses, during its cooking, the blood – with vinegar – of the animal that is boiled) or codfish à la Braga (cod to pieces, fried; the potatoes and onions that accompany this dish are cut into thin slices and fried in the same oil as the cod, with bay leaf and cloves), just to mention a few. The welcoming and traditional environment invites to experience, to socialise and to share typically Portuguese dishes, with a familiar service and very competitive prices.

Traditional Portuguese food restaurant created in 1982. For over 30 years it has been serving the best of Portuguese food to Portuguese and foreigners. Casa Rocha is praised for the quality of its homemade food, for the family and genuine atmosphere, for the good service and, also, for the quality-price ratio. For example, at lunch time, for € 6.50 you can enjoy a meal with soup, dish, drink and coffees included. It offers, among other specialties, Porto-style tripe, cabidela rice, Portuguese stew, pataniscas, cod dumplings, green broth and sarrabulho porridge. To complement your meals, it also serves delicious homemade desserts.

The gastronomic concept of Casa Virtude mirrors the virtues of the best of Portuguese cuisine, the excellent products of our country and the very rich history that it contains.
With a welcoming atmosphere and using traditional flavors that remind us of the family, Casa Virtude intends, through its letter, to convey to those who visit it, the comforting feeling transmitted by national food.
In addition to its menu, Casa Virtude also stands out for its location in one of the most inspiring and magical places in the city, right in the historic center, with a superb view over the Douro River.

A family restaurant with traditional dishes of Portuguese food and more. It was founded in 2002, with the purpose of serving a target public appreciating the typical dishes of the region and specialties, having, at this time, two houses open in the area of Foz. Besides the house specialties, such as Steak Cêpa Torta (house special dish) and Octopus à Cêpa Torta (yet another house special dish), it also has a vast offer of Italian food, highlighting several types of pasta and typical dishes of this country. You can also have a snack in one of the many appetizers and tapas available in the menu. We highlight the warm atmosphere and a helpful service, suitable for various types of circumstances, be it meals of friends, family or work.

Liliana and Pedro Abreu, two brothers, have been marketing Iberian black pork meat, hams and sausages for over 20 years. In order to give more visibility to these products, they decided to open, in 2017, Cerca Velha, a space for snacking, tasting and socialising. The “bifanas à Cerca Velha”, which are black pork steaks in a special sauce, served in exclusive bread, as well as the Iberian sausage planks and the generous list of Port and Douro wines from small producers, are worth mentioning. It owes its name to the primitive wall of Porto, which lies beneath the house. They take pride on the quality of their service, their location and the quality of their products, also sold in baskets.

Never has eating cereals had so many options: there are about 120 cereals and 40 toppings. The colourful walls, full of cereal boxes and the cereal menu attract the youngest, but not only. If you do not want to leave the diet you also have healthy options. The combinations have three sizes: S, three cereals and two toppings, M, four cereals and three toppings, and L, five cereals and three toppings. To go with this there is milk, yoghurt, almond milk, to name a few. There are also pre-defined combinations on the menu. The Fitness option is meant to please those who count calories. Cereal World Porto works as a coffee shop and has hot drinks and cold drinks, as well as milkshakes and a variety of toasts for snacks.

Located in the heart of downtown Porto, on the famous Rua 31 de Janeiro, Cervacafé Restaurante is a pleasant establishment, where it is possible to taste the best of traditional Portuguese cuisine, through specialties such as the famous francesinhas and “cozido à portuguesa” (Portuguese stew), also offering in our à la carte options such as salads and “tapas”, among other snacks. At the end of the meal, you can also try various homemade desserts. In addition to the various gastronomic options, this establishment makes careful service and the quality / price ratio the basis of the service that it puts at the customer’s disposal.

Father and son, after brewing beer in pots and pans for friends in Rio de Janeiro, lent their talent to Porto and created Levare, a pure malt craft beer. Today it produces over six thousand liters per month on 800 square meters, with production area, bar, terrace and restaurant where they also serve various snacks every day. They make five different beers and over six thousand liters a month: Brown Porter, American IPA, Witbier, Belgian Tripel, and Lager, the variety that produces the most. To accompany, there are several snacks, such as rump and loin studs, francesinhas, hamburgers and hotdogs, but also more composed dishes such as cod, emptied steaks and pork knuckle.

Emblematic establishment of the city of Porto, very frequented by students from the surrounding colleges. It is known for its francesinha, but has a menu with a very diverse offer of authentic and traditional Portuguese cuisine, with suggestions of meat, fish, vegetarian dishes, soups and salads. It is ideal for a quick meal or for group dinners, with several menus for this purpose. There is also a light lunch buffet available. If the weather permits, you can enjoy its pleasant terrace. Whether you are looking for a delicious meal or having a drink with friends while watching a football game, you will always be welcome at Cervejaria Diu.

Cervejaria do Carmo was born in 2017 and is a space dedicated to the craft brewery, with a diverse choice of beers, both domestic and international, that will interest both enthusiasts and curious. There are several beers under pressure, among them the Lisbon Octa Colina, the Porto OPO 74, the trophy Post Scriptum, the Ribatejana Bolina, the Scottish Brewdog and the American Samuel Adams. In addition to the pressure, there is a great offer of bottle beers. The atmosphere is cozy with its wooden walls and balcony. On hot days, you can enjoy its terrace. To accompany your beer, be sure to try one of their toasts or a regional cheese and sausage board.

Cervejaria Gazela is a historic space of the city, awarded with numerous awards and a must stop in any gastronomic itinerary. It is known above all for its hotdogs, which are nowadays one of the most sought after and iconic snacks of Porto and an example of the best comfort food you can find. They are made in toasted, narrow bread with a very spicy fresh sausage and melted cheese, cut into small pieces and served with a fresh beer. You can hardly eat just one. You will always be welcomed by our friendly staff. In addition to the hotdogs, be sure to try the famous steak too.

Cervejaria Gazela is a historic space of the city, awarded with numerous awards and a must stop in any gastronomic itinerary. It is known above all for its hotdogs, which are nowadays one of the most sought after and iconic snacks of Porto and an example of the best confort food you can find. They are made in toasted, narrow bread with a very spicy fresh sausage and melted cheese, cut into small pieces and served with a fresh beer. You can hardly eat just one. You will always be welcomed by your friendly staff. In addition to the hotdogs, be sure to try the famous steak too.

Chamiço opened its doors in April 1972. In this space you will find the flavors of traditional cuisine and also, according to themselves, “the best Francesinhas in Porto region.” This restaurant/snack bar has two rooms, including a smoking room with capacity of 120 seats. It has take-away service. The service is personalized and friendly. As part of the Madureira’s group, it specializes in Stuffed Crab, Natural prawns, Monkfish Rice, Codfish with bread, Hake Fillets, Laminated Picanha with Garlic, Mixed Kebabs, Three Peppers Steak and Mixed Grill, among others.

Opened to the public in 2013, Chocolataria das Flores sells handcrafted products, specialized mainly in chocolate, sweets and cookies.
Its products merge several traditional flavors with the typical Port Wine. Among the options offered to its customers are cookies and truffles, hot chocolate and chocolate cream puffs. All of them combined with the taste of Port Wine.
Chocolataria das Flores is an extremely interesting proposition, both for a delicious snack with its sweet offer and for a light lunch, through its menus with options such as quiche and lasagna.

Founded in 2009, Chocolataria Equador works in partnership with Cacao Equador – Roça de Santo António, Lda. In order to guarantee the vertical integration of the entire process of transformation of fine chocolate, from planting to the final product.
With strong links to São Tomé and Príncipe, Cacao Ecuador is proud to be independent of the massive global cocoa bean marketing chain.
This partnership was born from a joint desire to ensure the best and fairest practices in the entire process of chocolate transformation, from planting, valuing the heritage of cocoa exploration through the rehabilitation of Roça de Santo António in São Tomé.

Founded in 2009, Chocolataria Equador works in partnership with Cacao Ecuador – Roça de Santo António, Lda. to ensure the integration of the whole process of transformation of fine chocolate, from planting to the final product. With strong connections to Sao Tome and Principe, Cacao Ecuador is proud to be independent of the massive worldwide cocoa bean marketing chain. This partnership was born from a joint desire to ensure the best and fairest practices in the whole process of chocolate processing, valuing the cocoa exploration heritage through the rehabilitation of Roça de Santo António in São Tomé.

Founded in 2009, Chocolataria Equador works in partnership with Cacao Ecuador – Roça de Santo António, Lda. to ensure the integration of the whole process of transformation of fine chocolate, from planting to the final product. With strong connections to Sao Tome and Principe, Cacao Ecuador is proud to be independent of the massive worldwide cocoa bean marketing chain. This partnership was born from a joint desire to ensure the best and fairest practices in the whole process of chocolate processing, valuing the cocoa exploration heritage through the rehabilitation of Roça de Santo António in São Tomé.

With a rustic and elegant decoration, highlighting the granite walls, Churrascão Gaúcho is a typical Brazilian restaurant that has been delighting Portuenses since 1981. Its specialty is Brazilian food and Brazilian barbecue, which can be consumed through caster system or à la carte. However, its specialties are not limited to Brazilian food, as it also has a good offer of traditional Portuguese cuisine, including several dishes of cod, squid, octopus and seafood. At lunchtime it offers cheaper lunch menus with meat and fish options.

Churrasqueira A Brasa is a restaurant that stands out for its varied menu. Here you can try a variety of grills, such as picanha, house-style steak, mixed kebabs, and various types of fresh fish. In addition to the barbecue service, Brasa offers its customers every day a huge variety of traditional dishes of Portuguese cuisine, such as “cozido à Portuguesa” (stew), as “tripas à moda do Porto” (guts), “rojões à minhota” (pig), “papas de sarrabulho” (porridge), among many others. It also features three rooms, which makes it a pleasant and spacious space for dinner and group lunches.

With an experience of almost 40 years in catering, located in front of the exit of the underground station of Rua dos Combatentes, always with the aim of satisfying its customers, in a welcoming space, with warm and harmonious decoration, ideal for enjoying a homemade meal, with a gourmet touch, prepared at the moment. There are specialities of Portuguese gastronomy, with raw material selected from the producer, to ensure you enjoy a unique moment. There are rooms for smokers and non-smokers, has take-away service, its mission, according to its own, “has always been and always will be just one, to offer you delicious delicacies, satisfying you as our customer and friend that is”.

Right in the immediate vicinity of Campanhã Train Station, Churrasqueira de Campanhã can be the ideal place to dine after a train ride. This is an unpretentious space where you can find a humorous service team, and you can choose to eat indoors or on the terrace. The Churrasqueira Campanhã bets on lunches with menus combined at attractive prices, but you can choose other options, from all types of grill, having as a gimmick the barbecue chicken, without neglecting typical Portuguese dishes, such as the Portuguese stew or the famous Tripas à Moda do Porto style.

Poleiro is a barbecue and snack bar offering homemade meals at a very economical price. It is ideal for a quick meal where you can try some of its specialties such as chicken, sirloin or bifanas. In addition, it offers a wide range of fish and meat dishes every day, especially traditional Portuguese cuisine. Your servings are generous and you can enjoy menus with drink included. It is a spacious place that accommodates many customers at the same time and is very popular during football games, allowing you to snack or have a few beers while watching a game from your club.

Maria is vegetarian, Guilherme eats everything. When they opened a food business, they wanted it to be something where the two of them could sit down at the table in a relaxed way and enjoy the meal. From Brazil, they passed through Spain and settled in Porto, where they opened Club Life. This concept was born in Brazil and it is a place of natural and healthy food with one thing in common: the use of fresh ingredients. The menus do not contain refined sugar, gluten, lactose or preservatives. Here too, plastic does not come in. It is the client who assembles his plate, chooses the food over the counter, among the options of protein, hydrates and vegetables. Upstairs there are lighter options, designed for breakfast or snacks.

Clube 21 has been around since 1977 near Boavista, but this younger brother opened downtown in 2018. Keeping the original British style at this bar, restaurant and brewery, you can meet friends to watch football games at the same time. time that deepens the friendship with some beers. You can accompany with a francesinha or a hotdog, new in this space, or you can find Clube 21 classics, which brought fame to the house, such as the roast beef, the Portuguese stew and the duo of steaks. You can also enjoy the decoration, the granite walls or the long balcony, where you can see porcelain, radios and other antique objects that tell part of the history of Clube 21.

In this welcoming, friendly space, with a modern and sober decoration, it is a place of refuge for gluttons or confectioners’ lovers, who will not be able to resist the homemade cakes made here, ‘brigadeiros’ (The ingredients of the ‘brigadeiro’ are condensed milk, powdered chocolate, butter or margarine and granulated chocolate for the coverage), chocolate cake, carrot and orange pie, cream pastry, éclairs, tangerine cake, just to mention a few. Colher D’Açúcar is much more than a confectionery space, since you can have a meal or take a break for a snack, with a varied offer, such as homemade hamburgers, baguettes with tuna paste, with sea delights, with fresh cheese, among others, hotdogs, sandwiches, snacks, toasts, natural juices and other refreshing or cosy drinks.

With Sotaque you belong to a family that believes in the circular economy, in interpersonal relations, in quality handmade products. It was in this sense that they decided to open a shop, which is at the same time a second hand fashion and coffee shop, whose purpose is to connect people through sustainable fashion and conscious consumption, educating and creating business opportunities for all. You can buy and sell clothes and accessories in this space, being able to give a second life to yours and others’ clothes. It is also the ideal space to taste some of your specialties, such as macaroons, chocolate cake and vegan cookies, among others, along with hot chocolate or tea, promoting ecological awareness.

Located right in the heart of downtown, Comme Ça is a restaurant that combines the flavors of Portuguese cuisine, but with influences of the emblematic French cuisine. In a casual chic setting, guests can enjoy competitively priced lunch and dinner service or simply try a tonic port or a caipirinha and let the conversation flow. Comme Ça is characterized by its warm and modern atmosphere and features original décor. For example, on the walls you will find a myriad of antique objects that excite the young and remind the older with nostalgia.

Open since 1969, Concha Douro is one of the oldest pastry shops in the city of Porto. Entering this space is also taking a journey through time, promoting a welcoming environment from other times and a familiarity that one can feel. This does not mean compromising the constant updating and adaptation to the demands of the new times. Here you can make your meal at lunchtime and buy groceries; but the ex-libris of Concha Douro is its pastry shop, especially the confectionary biscuits, ‘seminaristas’ (smaller version of a traditional sweet made with puff pastry, with egg filling and cinnamon and royal glaze topping), ‘glorinhas’ (circular cake with a hole in the middle – it has more or less the shape of a donut – with a very high puff pastry basis; a thick layer of egg jam is applied on it and finally a thin white and crispy layer of sugar syrup covers it all), ‘pastéis de nata’ (Portuguese egg tart pastry dusted with cinnamon) and ‘Hungarian sweets’ (butter biscuit, half of which has chocolate coating). Concha Douro is proud of the quality of its products, which it promotes in the raw materials used and in the maintenance of the original recipes.

If you need to regain strength, you will find an excellent selection of snacks and drinks at Confeitaria 17 de Maio. This offers you a very inviting atmosphere, so you can have a meal or just have a coffee anytime you want. Whether cold or hot outside, you’ll always be comfortable thanks to its air-conditioned space. For meals, Confeitaria 17 de Maio offers a diverse offer of Portuguese cuisine, offering you a huge selection of tasty and fresh dishes. In addition there are various snacks, such as hamburgers, hotdogs, francesinha in rustic bread and various dishes with breading. It also features various bakery and pastry products.

Located in one of the busiest areas of the city, Confeitaria Aliança is known for its sweets that always go well with a coffee. In that sense, it presents itself as an interesting place for a mid-morning and afternoon breakfast or snack. But, in addition to sweets, Aliança offers a wide variety of snacks and sandwiches, such steaks or “bifanas”. You can have your meal here and enjoy one of the aforementioned snacks or one of our inexpensive daily dishes, which always include a vegetarian alternative.

At Confeitaria Babo, it does not have to be Sunday for you to treat yourself well. A selection of light meals, appetising cakes and refreshing drinks are waiting for you. Confeitaria Babo offers an inviting atmosphere and you can enjoy the outdoor space on sunny days. They bet on traditional and Portuguese cuisine, with entirely authentic and traditional dishes. They say that “our great local dishes and our diverse regional dishes convince any taste”. There are also various proposals for those who like sweets – refreshing ice cream or various pastries. A place to enjoy your breakfast or your lunch. The Wi-Fi network is free and there is room for smokers.

Confectionery that stands out for the quality of the confection of its products, whether cakes, salty or bread. With a pleasant space and efficient service, you can come to Crystal Palace for breakfast or a mid-afternoon or morning snack and enjoy a coffee accompanied by one of its many cakes or miniatures. At festive times you can count on various typical cakes of the season, such as the King Cake that is made with the best quality candied fruit and nuts, not forgetting the use of pine nuts. At warmer heights you can use its pleasant terrace overlooking Sá Carneiro Square.

Confeitaria da Lapa is a bakery and pastry shop with its own manufacture, whose mission is to offer its customers the best quality and freshness of its products. Its values are dynamics, customer satisfaction and persistence. In addition to their delicious bread, Confeitaria da Lapa makes all sorts of personalized cakes for special events and occasions. It is the ideal place for a daybreak or for breakfast or snack, where you can try one of your croissants or a substantial pizza snack. It also serves light meals at lunchtime. In addition to its delicious products its staff provide a friendly and warm service.

At Damião de Góis pastry shop, clients can find a cozy space where they will surely be treated in a kind and caring way, any time of the day, whether looking for a revitalizing breakfast, a quick lunch or a quieter snack.
The cafeteria, confectionery and pastry services of this establishment ensure that your wishes for toast, coffee, cakes, among other available options, are fully met.
At lunch time, this confectionary offers light snacks at inviting prices.
Damião de Góis confectionery also sales newspapers, magazines and various types of games of chance.

Confeitaria do Bolhão is a century-old house founded in 1896 that retains its original features, structures and colors, specific to Art Nouveau architecture. It is a bakery and pastries of its own manufacture and with buns coming out all day, with the sponge cake the specialty of the house. The establishment has a snack bar room where the guest is welcomed in a pleasant and cozy atmosphere and, on the ground floor, a buffet and à la carte restaurant. The attractive space and environment, the diversity and quality of the products offered, as well as the personalized and always friendly service make Confeitaria do Bolhão a space that invites the visit of all who are in the city of Porto.

In Café Pérola do Heroísmo you can count on a family space with a cozy atmosphere. It is a space that has a multifaceted offer, it can be the place to have breakfast or snack, as well as to have a full meal as well as just have a drink. In the menu you can always count on daily rates at inviting prices, combined with soup, dish of the day, drink and coffee, and you can choose “à la carte” several options, such as various dishes of cod, hake fillets, pataniscas, codfish balls, Steaks, beef, alheira, gizzards, pork scallops and, of course, francesinha.

This is an establishment that already has a history of 30 years. In addition to its prime location, it also offers a wide range of products and options for those who are hungry or just need a break. In fact, it is difficult to pass the Clérigos Confectionery and not get mouth watering just looking at the window and see what is exposed, such as snacks, sandwiches of bread, snacks, cream, pizza and croissants. In addition, it offers affordable home-cooked meals every day with various meat and fish options, as well as francesinhas, bifanas, soups and various salads.

With a privileged location right in the heart of the city and more than 25 years of existence, Confeitaria Bella Roma stands out for the huge variety of sweet and savory that serves its customers. You can choose Bella Roma for a daybreak for coffee and cream or a small snack. You can also take home a box with your much-lauded miniatures or “húngaros”. In addition to confectionery, you can come to this establishment for a meal, as it offers a wide range of Portuguese traditional cuisine every day, such as classic “tripas à moda do Porto” (Porto-style guts), duck rice, various types of cod or veal steak.

House founded in 1976 and emblematic space of Avenida da Boavista, San Remo is a pleasant space. You are always welcome whether you decide to meet friends, have a leisurely cup of coffee or beverage or have a meal, whether for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can benefit from the outdoor space, which is particularly cozy in good weather. Our traditional cuisine, specialized in traditional Portuguese food, offers options for all tastes, such as Braga-style cod, Portuguese-style stew, veal stew or francesinha. You can even complement your meal with ice cream or homemade pie. For those interested, it has a separate smoking area.

At Confeitaria Gaby you can count on a cozy, family-friendly space. Here you will find everything you want to spend a relaxed afternoon, from coffee to snacks and varied pastries. According to their own, “it is the right place to meet friends or family or simply to read a good book without haste.” It has outdoor space to enjoy on a sunny day. They have meals based on Portuguese cuisine, with a selection of daily and à la carte dishes. There are also varied bakery products with fresh bread, as are their pastries. It may be the place to have breakfast with a diverse offer. It has free wifi.

Confeitaria Império, whose foundation dates back to 1943, is one of the oldest and most charismatic patisseries in the city of Porto. It still has the tea room where the ladies used to drink port wine in teapots and the tea was served in trays, a tradition that was resumed due to the great demand for this way of serving tea.
The patties, available here in countless varieties, are also considered one of the biggest attractions of this house.
Also available to the customer are daily dishes and homemade sweets.
In 2002, a second group establishment is inaugurated, adding to the confectionery service pizzeria valences and self-service restaurant with weight food, making it ideal for group dinners.

Need to regain strength? Come and enjoy the selection of foods and drinks. It is with great pleasure that the Labareda Confectionery welcomes you, where you will have comforting coffee and light meals. Enjoy the good weather in the outer space with terrace. The space is air conditioned, which guarantees you the ideal temperature. It has an offer based on traditional Portuguese cuisine, with options for all tastes. There are also several proposals for those who like sweets, fresh bread, cakes or pies. Enjoy your breakfast or lunch here and take some pictures, in a place where JK Rowling had enjoy many hours of the day.

Confeitaria Leblon is already 34 years old but the one we found underwent a refurbishment two years ago. Under new management, it has become more modern, appealing and inviting to enjoy all its wonderful and appetizing confectionery. With a wide variety of locally made products, whether sweet or savory, you can take advantage of the indoor or even outdoor space to enjoy a meal. We are in Porto, and being in Porto, here you can also try the francesinha. In addition, it has casserole steak, pasta varieties, salads, steaks, cod dishes, omelets, some specials and light meals, with hamburgers, alheir and hotdogs.

Confeitaria Lopes is inserted in a commercial gallery, managing to maintain a welcoming and familiar environment, having a decoration stripped of artifices, which gives it genuineness and authenticity. With a friendly, attentive and personalised service, with a focus on the client, Confeitaria Lopes offers a variety of products, for different occasions. You may choose to take a coffee break or to try one of its snacks, such as snacks or cakes, but also to stop and have a quick meal, to re-establish energies. In this sense, there are several proposals, from the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), hotdogs, beefsteak on bread and on the plate, just to mention a few.

Pastelaria e Confeitaria Moura was born in 1892 in the city of Santo Tirso, producing to this day a huge variety of ancestral recipes, with Jesuits and lemonade being their main specialties.
Its revenues have been held for over 125 years by the same family, a secret passed on from generation to generation.
The quality of our products derives fundamentally from the authenticity of its manufacture, careful selection of raw materials and the controlled pace of production time.
The group’s most recent store brings with it many new features for breakfast and lunch. In the center of Porto, it is the perfect place to relax and enjoy one of its delicacies.

Confectionery with a history of 44 years. The owners came from Angola, where they had a confectionery of the same name founded in 1970, and in 1975 opened Nandinha in Porto. It is a family confectionery, which has as its specialty the little cakes with egg puff pastry, the king cake (normal, puff and dried fruit), Hungarian sweets, almonds, brigadeiros, sweet and yarn and its award-winning Berlin balls, among many others. They also make delicious cakes with creative design for all occasions. In addition to the confectionery, they serve lunches, including salads, omelets and hamburgers.

Confeitaria Novo Imperador is a multifaceted establishment, with a common focus: own manufacture and daily. It is bakery, pastry shop, pizzeria and restaurant, which means it can be visited to make any kind of meal, but not only. Confeitaria Novo Imperador invites, through its bakery and pastry shop, to try the pastries and cakes outside mealtimes. You can order custom cakes for special occasions. For meals, the establishment advises you to try its daily meals, with different dishes every day at lunchtime. There are also options in the fish menu, with emphasis on the various dishes of cod, meat, pizzas and, as you could not miss, Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish).

The historic Confeitaria Petúlia opened to the public in 1972 and has kept the same owners since then. It is known for its many products of recognized quality, such as “Bolo Rei”, which is considered one of the best in the city and is made throughout the whole year.
But there are other specialties, such as “húngaros”, snacks, croissants, pies and “Pão-de-Ló”, which was considered the best of Porto in a blind tasting organized by Time Out in 2014.
It also has a grocery store with wines, chocolates, pasta and other products. In addition to the quality of its products, its atmosphere is familiar and welcoming.

Confeitaria Primar has a long tradition in the field of pastry, which dates back to its founding year, in 1946.
It is a traditional confectionery in the city of Porto, with its own manufacture and a welcoming atmosphere. It has a room inside and its magnificent terrace offers a pleasant view of the Carmo and Carmelite churches.
The Primar Confeitaria assumes itself as an ideal place for a coffee break and a cake or even for your lunch. To this end, this establishment serves daily dishes, with a wide variety of snacks available to customers throughout the day. All this combined with a friendly and efficient service.

Rainha do Carvalhido is a self-made confectionery and pastry shop with many years of experience. Here we always offer hot bread recently baked and locally made cakes. Here you can buy artistic and personalized cakes with photos and messages for all kinds of celebrations. In addition, it is a quiet and good atmosphere, suitable for a break while having a coffee and one of its well-known miniatures or “natas” with various flavors, such as cream and lemon. But not only will you find bread and cakes in Rainha do Carvalhido, as every day we serve at lunch homemade meals at a budget price with a variety of meat, fish and salads.

Confeitaria Romi excels in personalized service, dedicated to providing delicious moments. It’s a nice and cozy place to dine: whether it’s lunch, taking advantage of one of its cheap lunch menus, whether it’s breakfast or a quick snack, where you can have a croissant or toast with a half of milk . You can simply take a break for coffee with a Hungarian. Confeitaria Romi offers a wide range of pastries, such as muffins, Berlin balls, pies and its well-known King Cake. Also highly praised are its savory snacks, including snacks and meatloaf.

At Confeitaria São Domingos the commitment is to the customer and their health. Based on a long family tradition of pastry and with a strong influence of Venezuelan pastry, Confeitaria São Domingos works every day thinking about the well-being of the client. How? They have hot bread daily. Several batches guarantee that, whatever the time you visit, you can taste bread out of the oven. The smell of freshly baked bread makes people more likable, and those who say it are scientists at the University of Southern Brittany in Great Britain, who have watched people pass by or were in bakeries. If there was a smell of hot bread in the air, the chances of helping a stranger were much greater.

Confeitaria Serrana has existed since 1953. However, the building where it is located dates to the nineteenth century and was the site of Ourivesaria Cunha in the early twentieth century. This building is an emblematic place of the city that is worth visiting to enjoy its unique and original space and discover what lies beyond the facade. Its décor retains a classic style dating back to the 19th century and features details such as a balcony and a painting by Acácio Lino. Besides the unique space, Confeitaria Serrana offers a wide variety of sweets, with its great specialty being the famous “bolas de Berlim”, considered by many to be the best and biggest in the city.

Those who enter Confeitaria Sissi feel that they are entering a time capsule, when Portugal was just a rustic country, tied to a perception of country made of villages. From the outside, with the display case flanked by a railing, you may think you are in a space that is tied to those times. However, when you enter, the Portuguese cobblestone floor, wooden ceiling, granite walls and exterior space give the space a special atmosphere of familiarity and welcome. This place is ideal for having a coffee, tasting your snacks, snacks or pastries, while living with the space and with friends.

Confeitaria Tamisa already has a history of over 50 years. In the early 2000s it was taken over by new owners who did remodeling work to adapt it to customer needs. It has a wide variety of cakes for various occasions and sweets, such as Berliner, Hungarian and Croissant balls. It also offers savory foods, such as its well-known patties, as well as its snacks, pastries and croquettes. In addition, it offers budget meals with various meat and fish alternatives at lunchtime. It operates as a bar from midnight and its extended hours allow visits until late hours, especially on weekends.

Confeitaria Universo is a space with its own daily production of bakery and pastry products, also serving economical meals from Monday to Saturday. Daily, they have chicken baked on the spit for any time of the opening hours. Its bakery products are varied, with fresh bread and refreshing ice creams, which will delight your customers in moments of pause. Confeitaria Universo has a friendly service, a beautiful atmosphere and plenty of space to have coffee, eat something or wrap yourself in your favourite book. It is a space intended to make you feel at home. Regardless of the weather, all its spaces are air-conditioned. They have a free Wi-Fi network.

Cookery is a food bar with bowl dishes. Some of the best and most famous chefs and food lovers in Portugal were asked to create delicious and practical recipes that could be served in bowls. Thus, you can find original bowls from personalities like Chakall, Luis Americo, Camilo Jaña, Ruy Leão, Joao Pupo, Joana Gonçalves, Leonor Manita, Martilicious and Joana Roque. These bowls are joined by cocktails created by Sandro Pimenta and homemade toast on homemade bread. All bowls and toasts have a unique flavor and are the perfect choice for a hearty and healthy breakfast, a delicious lunch or a relaxed evening. All this in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere as the bowls impose.

Copacabana Café is a cosy, friendly space without any big gimmicks. Taking the great picture of Copacabana you feel that you are in a typical place of Porto, with employees who practice an attentive, friendly and familiar service. It can be the chosen space to have a coffee, read the newspaper and relax, but also to taste your varied pastry at snack or breakfast, or snack some of your snacks, and you can choose your generous mixed toast. On sunny days you can enjoy its outer space, as it has tables outside. You can register your Euromillions here or try your luck in a scratching card. It has a free Wi-Fi network.

The mythical Café Corcel, born in 1967 in the Pinheiro Manso area, has recently reopened with a new life. The space is more beautiful and luminous, modernised, but containing some traditional touches, and its shop window reflects this, where we find an exhibition with a lot of conventual sweets. This is the star of this space, the confectionery, and we are not talking about the conventional cakes, known to all pastries in Porto, but rather about conventual confectionery: egg chestnuts, egg cones, almond delights, Tentúgal pastries. There are also homemade pizzas, salads and carpaccios, if you want a light meal and a DJ at the weekend, to enjoy while drinking a cocktail.

Located in Passeio dos Clérigos, in the heart of downtown Porto, Corner Clérigos presents itself as a space with two different concepts – during the day it is a cafeteria and at night it becomes a bar.
This establishment has a menu that offers a variety of coffee options, from cappuccinos to macchiatos, as well as lattes and americans, hot or cold, without forgetting the custard tart to accompany. Natural juices, smoothies, beers and cocktails are also available, as well as all-hour food from saloio sandwiches to Liège waffles, a dessert already famous among Corner Clérigos customers.

At Cris Bar the Portuguese cuisine is highlighted, with a wide variety of delicious and fresh dishes. Its drinks and delicacies quickly convince its customers. You can also find fast food, salads, diversified regional dishes, gastronomic specialties and local dishes, according to the own, “created with love by the cooks”. They also have various proposals for those who like sweets, from croissants, cakes or various fruits, ideal as dessert. The atmosphere is calm and welcoming, to provide its customers a calm and familiar dinner. It will be easy to keep in touch with your friends, as it has free Wi-Fi.

The Cufra Restaurant opened on August 15, 1974, and its opening to the general public took place on September 14 of the same year. The origin of the name appeals to our senses, as Cufra is synonymous with oasis, the largest oasis in the Sahara desert in south-eastern Libya. Cufra’s success is due to its large space, its excellent location and the service and manufacture of high quality products.
The menu highlights the famous Francesinhas and the steaks and hotdogs, which have made this establishment a landmark of Porto gastronomy for several decades.
Cufra has a private park for its guests.

Located in the heart of downtown Porto, Cultura dos Sabores offers an innovative vegetarian and vegan buffet for lunch and dinner. day. It is a vegetarian, vegan restaurant, based on a concept of importance of healthy but tasty food, with strong concerns in reducing digestive diseases. They have birthday, group and company dinners, with the possibility of private space. Events can be customized. Healthy eating will also be the theme of various events, workshops and lectures in this space.

Keeping the tradition of the old confectionery with the same name, the Cunha Grill opened with the same principles and objectives of satisfaction of the customers’ needs. They are located about 2 minutes from the Trindade underground station. In this space, with ample capacity, ideal for lunches and dinners, being able to reserve for groups, ideal for social and familiar conviviality, the protagonists are the same plates, with confections based on the principles of the traditional Portuguese cuisine. Its specialties are the octopus and codfish dishes, the ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) and its sangria. Every day there are new dishes, which can be tasted at lunch, in menus at competitive prices.

Who enters in Curral dos Petiscos feels that they are entering a rural Portugal. With a rustic decoration, lined with wood, tables and benches also made of wood and with granite elements. In the menu you will also find Portugal, whether in the hot dishes – soup, gizzards, firecrackers, bifanas, cod with cream, sarrabulho porridge, olives, bread – in the appetizers – fried, codfish cakes and patties – and in the desserts – french toast with honey, or mountain cheese with marmalade or jam.

After working 24 years in a large company, the owner of this space realized her dream of many years of having an establishment that allows her to have contact with people. The taste for typical and regional products and the art of welcoming and the passion to know new flavors and stories, is the origin of this store. In this cozy and familiar space you can buy and taste traditional flavors from all parts of the country, such as jams, corns, olive oil, cookies, honey, cakes, pão de Ló, craft beer and wines. You can also enjoy soups, salads and other snacks on site, as well as have your coffee.

“To live well is to live on earth” is the proposal of restaurant Da Terra, the first vegan restaurant in Portugal, an innovative restaurant concept, a cosmopolitan and urban brand and a tried and tested success model. Da Terra tries to choose the best Earth offers, cooking flavors as varied as the imagination, the main ingredient of all dishes and their delicious desserts. Da Terra preferably offers biological products, always fresh, to ensure that every meal is always a healthy pleasure. Da Terra’s brand aims to bring more and more people and places to healthy, practical and eco-responsible eating.

In cafe Decomur you must eat francesinha. Who says it is your customers. Decomur is called a decoration store because it was once a decoration store. In 1999, this business underwent a turn of one hundred and eighty degrees, which makes it today a reference place for group dinners, birthday parties and a familiar place for many of its customers. Serving dishes of the day, with economical menus, snacks and varied pastries, this café / snack bar has a francesinha that many consider to be the best. What is the secret? According to the official, “the sauce”, in addition to “good steak, good sausage, fresh sausage”. The best thing is to try it out.

Natas d’Ouro is born from the desire of its founder to try the combination of new flavors with the traditional “pastel de nata”.
To this end, it establishes in 2017 a partnership with Borges Wine Society and creates a “pastel de nata” from Port Wine, using in its production the excellent Port wine of this centenary house. To distinguish them from the traditional “pastel de nata”, and in the form of tribute, these cream tarts with port wine have a more oval shape, alluding to the shape of boats.
Natas d’Ouro also has a terrace with about 160 seats and many other pastry delicacies, for those who do not want to confine themselves only to the “pastel de nata” that is the hallmark of this space.

Doce Alto is a confectionery originally founded on December 19, 1983. Present in a sector still underexplored at the time, it quickly stood out from other competitors due to the incessant pursuit of offering products and services of recognized quality, striving equally for exceptional service. With a loyal clientele, Doce Alto is constantly seeking to modernize itself, keeping it as the first choice for those looking for quality in the Greater Porto pastry shops. It currently has six establishments throughout the city, having won several awards nationwide that prove the excellence of its service.

Doce Alto is a confectionery originally founded on December 19, 1983. Present in a sector still underexplored at the time, it quickly stood out from other competitors due to the incessant pursuit of offering products and services of recognized quality, striving equally for exceptional service. With a loyal clientele, Doce Alto is constantly seeking to modernize itself, keeping it as the first choice for those looking for quality in the Greater Porto pastry shops. It currently has six establishments throughout the city, having won several awards nationwide that prove the excellence of its service.

Doce Alto is a confectionery originally founded on December 19, 1983. Present in a sector still underexplored at the time, it quickly stood out from other competitors due to the incessant pursuit of offering products and services of recognized quality, striving equally for exceptional service. With a loyal clientele, Doce Alto is constantly seeking to modernize itself, keeping it as the first choice for those looking for quality in the Greater Porto pastry shops. It currently has six establishments throughout the city, having won several awards nationwide that prove the excellence of its service.

Doce Alto is a confectionery originally founded on December 19, 1983. Present in a sector still underexplored at the time, it quickly stood out from other competitors due to the incessant pursuit of offering products and services of recognized quality, striving equally for exceptional service. With a loyal clientele, Doce Alto is constantly seeking to modernize itself, keeping it as the first choice for those looking for quality in the Greater Porto pastry shops. It currently has six establishments throughout the city, having won several awards nationwide that prove the excellence of its service.

Initially existing only through an online platform, due to its success, Doce Ternura opened doors in the city of Porto by its founder, a young entrepreneur of Brazilian nationality.
Its high quality gourmet brigadeiros, produced by hand with the best products on the market, bring this typical Brazilian sweet to Porto.
If at Doce Ternura the brigadeiros are the main attraction, in their traditional form or with different toppings, homemade cakes, cupcakes and chocolates are also worth mentioning, promising to delight those who visit this space.

Dom Brasas Porto belongs to a network that already has four open spaces. This is the only one in the city of Porto. Dom Brasas is known as a restaurant specialising in barbecue and cooked food on the hot coals, oriented towards take-away. With a menu specialised in traditional Portuguese cuisine, it has local and regional dishes. There are meat dishes, like chicken on the barbecue, mixed barbecue, spare ribs, rabbit on the hot coals, black pork kebabs, ‘rojões’ (diced pork meat) in the house style, veal cutlet à la Dom Brasas, among others, fish dishes, with variations of cod, octopus, salmon, squid, salads, its version of the famous Francesinha, soups for all tastes and typical Portuguese desserts.

In this family-owned business opened 6 years ago, but with people who have been working in the business for over 30 years, you can find in Douro Doce a restaurant, burger shop, cafeteria and snack bar, which bets on low-cost lunchtime meals, with daily dishes, alongside soups, drinks and coffee, in what our customers consider excellent value for money. This is a space that also offers customers Wi-Fi, full bar, take away, a glass of wine, breakfast or just the possibility of watching you favourite sports team play, as Douro Doce has a television that broadcasts sports channels.

Douro e Castas is a wine cellar specialized in regional wines and products, mainly from the Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro region, but also has wines from other Portuguese regions, such as Alentejo, Dão and Estremadura. It strives for quality products, for the good prices it offers and for the helpful and personalized service it offers its customers. In fact, given their experience and specialized knowledge in the sector, its employees are able to give you the best advice on which wine best suits your specific needs. Apart from private customers, we are suppliers of various businesses.

The idea to open Doxa came after a trip to Turin, where owners learned to make Italian-style ice cream. Doxa means opinion in ancient Greek. According to Plato, it is from Doxa that the wise reach true knowledge. Doxa is therefore the starting point for becoming an ice cream connoisseur. Regardless of the weather outside, an ice cream, whether in glass or cone, always tastes good, especially if it is made from natural and quality ingredients. In addition to ice cream, Doxa also offers a wide range of sweet and savory crepes that you can complement with ice cream balls. If you are hungry, you can also order one of our delicious toasts.

Small shop located in a nice corner specializing in vegan handmade donuts, both sweet and savory. In addition to the classic donuts made every day, it also offers special news every week. They are delicious and sought after by many customers, not all followers of the vegan diet. In addition to their more sustainable production, they are a good choice for those looking for healthier sweet alternatives, as they are less processed than regular donuts and have a lower sugar and fat content. Additionally, Duh! It has a solidary component as it supports a different association every month, making its products available for sale in the store.

Eldorado restaurant has a history of over 23 years, always with the same owner. Its longevity attests to the quality with which it serves its specialties, especially the traditional Portuguese dishes, fresh fish and seafood dishes. Indulge yourself with a fish dish such as Eldorado codfish, sea rice or fish cataplana or one of the seafood dishes such as seafood stew or seafood rice. If you prefer meat, you will also have many options available, such as steak à Eldorado, the Mirandesa steak or picanha. In the end, you can complement your meal with one of the homemade desserts available.

Entre Mesas is a dessert, cafeteria, jewellery and workshop establishment. It is a space created for you to feel at home, combining nature and desserts, tastings and workshops of cooking, painting, reuse, among others. There are many options to be tasted: ice creams, chocolates, cookies, slices of cakes and pies, mousses, puddings, flavoured butters, jams, various pâtés, stuffed meat loaf, cheese boards, bruschetta, yoghurts, teas, infusions, coffees, natural juices and milkshakes, waters with fruit or flavours from the garden, homemade beers, organic wines, among others. If your appetite has been whetted, know that there is brunch on Saturday and lunches and dinners on reservation.

Era uma vez em Paris is a bar located on one of downtown’s most dynamic streets. Daily visited, either by native people in their daily routine, or by tourists. At night, by groups without nationality, who seem to speak a single language. In the afternoon Era uma vez em Paris offers a light meal service, ideal for those who want to relax a little at the end of a working day, or for those who need to stretch their legs and rest from their exploration of the city. At night, it is a lively and friendly place that welcomes its visitors to the sound of (indie) rock music, offering, in addition to what is usually found in a bar, a list of fresh and sweet cocktails to enjoy throughout the night.

Esquire Coffee is a Canadian brand with over 200 stores worldwide. In Porto, since 2017, the brand has been betting on a quality organic coffee, where fairtrade is based, that is, based on fair price / quality trade. The specialties are, of course, coffee drinks, hot or cold: espressos, lattes, frappees, but also hot chocolates (with or without marshmallows), smoothies and teas. They can be served in small or medium glasses. It also serves brunch, with two options, a simple one, including eggs, cheese, yogurt, toast in cake, scones, orange juice or hot drink, and another complete, which has all the simple option offers including two pancakes.

The Essência do Chá e Café establishment offers our guests friendly prices and a covered terrace where you can enjoy especially the dish that presents itself as the house specialty: the traditional francesinha.
On selected days it is still possible for those who frequent this space to taste the Bacalhau à Braga, another relief dish in the restaurant menu.
At Essência do Chá e Café you can also enjoy enjoying one of the many cakes available during your snack break.
This establishment provides free Wi-Fi for our customers.

In a minimalist and welcoming environment, you will find at Essência Lusa traditional Portuguese dishes and snacks, of homemade confection. The project was born in 2015, with the objective of promoting the varied Portuguese gastronomy to the people who visit Porto, deriving its name from it. The dishes to be highlighted are the codfish with bread, octopus in the oven, seafood rice, Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) and the Tripas à Moda do Porto. There is a bet on confection, offering dishes that are cooked in the moment and with high quality products, at competitive prices, but not only. It is part of the Portuguese tradition to receive well and, for that, you can count on the friendliness of the staff in the reception and the service provided to the client.

Estrela Branca is a cafe that has a varied offer, where you can have breakfast, lunch or snack. It has several competitively priced menus, with delicious chocolate croissants with a drink, pizza with a drink, and a variety of pastries and sweets, with croissants, “bolas de Berlim”, “húngaros”, muffins, “napoleões”, eclairs, homemade jams, “pão-de-ló”, bean cake, chila cake, sighs, as well as savory options such as meatballs, sandwiches with different fillings, patties, among others. And if you are in the bakery, you have different types of bread, donuts, Avintes bread, among others.

As a tribute to his professional career in the Basque country, “Euskalduna” – “Basque” in Basque – was the name chosen by Chef Vasco Coelho Santos, in this project of contemporary author cuisine. In the restaurant, the Chef and his team invite diners to enter their creative space and share a gastronomic journey in the intimacy of the counter and the two tables, in an Omakase concept. In an accomplice, welcoming and sharing environment, the team combines creativity, technique and breaking barriers, making the haute cuisine a fun and appealing experience for the five senses. The tasting menu stands out, with dishes like “Gamba, Mango & Curry” or the interpretation of “Rojões & Morcela”.

The Coffee Roasters Factory was created with the strong belief that the time has come for Portugal to get to know special and genuine coffees. Our goal is to establish a unique coffee experience while participating in each stage of the production. By building direct business partnerships with farmers and offering a variety of extraction methods, it results on the delivery of excellent end products. As a result, its unforgettable aromas attract local and international customers. Our dedication to being part of the local community, along with introducing an innovative way to relate to coffee, has helped our small business become the leading reference for gourmet coffee in Portugal.

Fábrica Nortada, creates a whirlwind of flavors from their unique craft beers, produced on the spot from the finest 100% Malt raw materials and recipes, ideal for who is fed up with watery and flavorless beers. In its three-floors building, in addition to the beer that is assumed to be its brand image, customers can find t-shirts, souvenirs and products from the region.
With a wide variety of offer and a relaxed atmosphere,
Nortada also has live music, making it a reference for beer lovers in the city.

Open since 2011, Façokegosto is a snack bar with a wide range of snacks. Its main highlight are the pastel de Chaves. But in addition to this traditional delicacy, can be highlighted its francesinhas and hamburgers. When it comes to sweets, your offer ranges from Berlin balls to classic cream to a variety of homemade cakes. In addition, you can order from Façokegosto personalized birthday cakes for all kinds of celebrations. In addition to its space, where you can have a meal or a small snack, another of the valences of Façokegosto is catering for various types of events.

Famous Dog is a gourmet hotdog restaurant with well-known movie and television dog names on its menu such as Scooby, Lassie, Rex and Snoopy. We seek to reach all ages, all families and those with a more sensitive and demanding palate. In this sense, the menus made up of exquisite white meat sausages and innovative soy sausages are particularly noteworthy. It is a pleasant and welcoming space where, in addition to hotdogs, salads, pregos and cheese and embutidos, among other snacks, you can enjoy a pleasant terrace, music and, on special occasions, live music.

The FÉ Wine & Club presents itself simultaneously as a wine bar and a modern club.
With decoration by Paulo Lobos, its space assumes a charismatic character, for those who want to see and be seen, while drinking a glass of wine and trying one of its tapas.
On both floors of this establishment, the client can alternate, on the same night, by different musical genres, according to his preference.
Fé Wine & Club also organises events, workshops and lectures, weddings and dinners.
The Fé Kids concept, for “kids” aged 6 to 15, allows the organisation of birthday parties in a unique place, where parents and children have fun together, but in different environments.

The flavors of Hawaii are in Porto. FixeBowl is specialized in the “poke bowl”, a dish that has Hawaiian origin and Japanese inspiration, with raw fish, sushi rice, seeds and vegetables in the mix. In a typical Hawaiian environment, all that is missing is the smell of the beach. Among the “poke bowls” there is a choice between eight combinations, created by Pauline and Amanda, the owners, with oriental, Brazilian and Australian influences. The Tropical bowl is the most popular choice, made with a sushi rice base, with salmon, ginger, cucumber, carrot, red onion, leek, mango, tobiko (flying fish eggs) and sesame sauce. You can always make your own “poke”.

Flátia Doce is an old store that has grown to meet the needs of customers. Thus, it became a café and later a quality confectionery service, a familiar and welcoming environment with hygiene and friendliness, where the customer is always first. At lunchtime it serves very inviting home cooked meals with various meat and fish alternatives that you can accompany with a healthy soup. All day long it serves snacks such as “francesinhas”, hotdogs and steaks. Flátia Doce also offers homemade cakes that you can enjoy with a coffee at any time of the day.

Whether for lunch, or simply to enjoy a snack, this central café, located in front of São Bento station, is a typical meeting point in Porto. If you are looking for a last coffee before taking the train, this is probably the right destination. It serves daily meals at competitive prices, with soup, main course, drink and coffee, and also has other offers, such as salads, soups, nails on plate and bread, hamburgers on plate and bread, omelettes, hot dogs, codfish dishes, sausage, meat rissoles and shrimp, not to mention its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), just to mention some. Accompany it with the house drinks.

Fresh bread, “bolas de Berlim”, freshly baked pizzas, these are some of the reasons why you should visit Flor do Bonjardim Confectionery. If you also need genuineness, you can count on more than 25 years of experience in a space that has long-standing loyal customers and an attentive service in a family space. The pastries and sweets are varied, but we have to highlight our “pão-de-ló”, much praised by its customers. We also have patties and cod cakes, so this is a place to consider for breakfast, snack or just take a coffee.

O restaurante e bar Flow surge a partir da visita casual de dois amigos a um edifício neo-árabe situado na baixa do Porto, mais concretamente na Rua da Conceição.
A paixão pelo edifício é imediata e os dois iniciam a sua recuperação, mantendo a traça original e apostando numa decoração sofisticada, simultaneamente clássica e intemporal.
Acompanhando o ritmo da cidade, o Flow apresenta uma junção de sabores das gastronomias japonesa e mediterrânica, numa mistura improvável mas surpreendente.
Oferece ainda serviço de bar e dispõe de um terraço que não deixará os seus visitantes indiferentes.

Open for over 30 years, Forno da Boavista is a place where you can find a comfortable and pleasant environment to enjoy your breakfast, lunch, snack, or coffee with your family or friends. It is known for our special pastries, namely the Bolo-rei and the traditional and spangles sponge cake, as well as the traditional pastries and our pastéis de nata. There is also a traditional cuisine service, whose specialties are cod, francesinhas, Porto-style guts and roast veal’s aba. In addition to all this, it is a house that also specializes in domestic and foreign wine and liquor stores, such as Ports, Whiskeys and wines from the best Douro region farms.

Frango.com is a restaurant, barbecue and takeaway. Offering a cheap lunch menu with soup, main course, meat or fish, drink, bread and coffee, Frango.com has a lot of variety if you prefer to choose from the menu. Roast chicken, ribs, alheira, grilled squids, gizzards, roasted cod, hake fillets, steaks, Tuscan sausage and many options for snacking, olives, patties, cod dumplings, among others, you can choose to dine on site, You can choose one of the two rooms on the ground floor and first floor, or choose to take home, which is what happens in many barbecue grills.

Frascos do Mercado started when two businesswomen came together and decided to challenge a nutritionist to a concept of healthy meals presented in jars. This concept allows your customers to enjoy healthy, nutritious and balanced juices, salads, snacks, meals and snacks presented in jars. You can enjoy the contents of your bottle on the pleasant terrace of Mercado da Foz or takeaway to eat at home or at work at an economical price. It features news every day and various menu types that prove that a meal can be both healthy, nutritious and delicious.

Restaurant specialized in Portuguese food, made with Portuguese products and Portuguese dishes. It is a modern and tastefully decorated space, where you can enjoy your meal or have a drink on one of its sun loungers, enjoying a stunning and privileged view of the mouth of the Douro river. At lunchtime there is a daily menu where you can choose between two dishes, starters, coffee and drink for an economical price. Whether for the quality of the meal or the environment, Fuga aims to provide you with a unique and unforgettable experience.

The G’s Collection opened its doors in December 2008. It is a space of charm and innovation that offers a wide range of high quality products and services and a multifaceted store with various brands of gourmet products of various genres. Through personalized service and a climate of great comfort, you can find solutions to your needs. It is also a sophisticated venue for events and presentations of various kinds, which, among other attractions, features two of the best motor sports simulators in the country. “Gold, Glamor, Gourmet, Innovation, Excellence, Refinement and Wellness,” are the concepts that give G’s soul.

Right in the city center, this iconic establishment was once a fabric store. Nowadays it is a uniquely decorated bar and restaurant that preserves its old features, adding modern and original elements. The counters where products were shown to customers have been preserved and are now used to dispose of food. The warehouse’s old shelves have also been reused and decorated with a wide range of antique objects such as toys, vases, clocks and radios. It is open every day from 8:30 until 3 am and always with a different schedule. You can come here for a meal during the day or for a drink with friends at night.

Garden Porto bets on brunches and American and Asian street food. In this space there is a mixture of brunches and international street food, which translates not only into meals full of eggs and pancakes, but also full of waffles, bowls and cocktails. It is also an Instagram space, i.e. everything that surrounds Garden Porto, be it the space itself or the dishes it serves, besides being appetising, are highly photogenic. There are menus for all tastes in this space with garden in the middle of the city, entrée, dish and coffee. There are Oreo and maple syrup pancakes, acai bowls with homemade granola and chia seeds, eggs with various side dishes, natural juices, among others. All that is left is to taste and photograph.

Garrafeira AM Santos is a space focused on the commercialization of a wide range of domestic and foreign drinks, among which stands out its careful selection of table wine and Port wines.
For those who visit with the desire to taste wine by the glass or bottle, this wine cellar offers a space with 32 seats, where the consumer can taste the best harvests, accompanied by snacks and “tapas” to satisfy their gastronomic needs.
For anyone wishing to receive copies of the AM Santos Wine Selection from the comfort of their own home, this property offers a worldwide shipping service.

Garrafeira Costa Cabral is a wine cellar specialized in regional wines and products, mainly from the Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro region, but also has wines from other Portuguese regions, such as Alentejo, Dão and Estremadura. It strives for quality products, for the good prices it offers and for the helpful and personalized service it offers its customers. In fact, given their experience and specialized knowledge in the sector, your employees are able to give you the best advice on which wine best suits your specific needs. Apart from private customers, they are suppliers of various businesses.

House specialised in all types of drinks, liqueurs, spirits, national and imported, with a wide variety of Portuguese wines (Douro, Alentejo, Dão, Setúbal, Bairrada, Verdes, etc.), but especially dedicated to Port Wine, which deserves particular attention by this establishment. This is why it has already been named the “Cathedral of Port Wine”, due to the quantity, variety and qualities that one can find here. There are ‘harvestings’ and ‘vintages’ since 1834, ‘Rare and Precious’ from its private collection, leaving satisfied the most eloquent and demanding appreciator of Port Wine. Its reputation crosses borders and is recommended in several international guides.

Opened to the general public for 34 years, Garrafeira São Lázaro has been a family business since its foundation. Here you can find wines from various varieties and regions of the country, in addition to the very famous Port wine, sparkling wines and liqueurs. This establishment also has a selection of olive oils and several traditional Portuguese sweets hand-made. This store also has another great specialty: coffees by weight, which attract loyal customers who appreciate this product. Our family service and a wide variety of quality products are therefore the biggest reasons why Garrafeira São Lázaro has served the locals for so many decades.

Garrafeira Soares is dedicated to the retail and wholesale beverage trade, standing out as the market leader in the Algarve region. Following the market trends and a strong bet on its expansion, Garrafeira Soares opened its first store outside the Algarve, making its debut in Porto. It is distinguished by the numerous and exclusive brands of Port wine, of various years and ranges. A place where you can taste wine by the glass, tapas and experience the best of Porto, as well as other wines and spirits. The company’s activity is divided into two distinct areas: retailing, with a network of twenty own stores, and wholesale, supported by the sales tea.

Wine cellar located in one of the busiest and most dynamic areas of downtown Porto. It has five years of existence and a wide range of quality wines. The highlight is for Porto wines, but there is also a wide selection of table wines available, particularly from the demarcated Douro region, from where Porto wine comes. At Garrafeira Vieira da Silva you will be able to enjoy attentive and specialized service from professionals with a great knowledge in the area, who will help you to find the best bottles, whether for your own consumption or as a gift.

Open since 2014, the Italian Gelataria Monalisa was born from the will of a Portuguese and an Italian who came together to recreate a typical Italian ice cream shop in the heart of Porto. With their own and exclusive handmade production, the products are imported from Italy, to produce unique flavors of fruits, nuts or even their favorite chocolates. By the way, the most sought after flavors are those that recreate bar or chocolate chocolates, such as KitKat, Ferrero Rocher or Raffaello. Basically, Monalisa sells dreams because, according to the inscription on its walls, “a dream should be synonymous with ice cream, because both complete each trace of your life with a piece of sugar.”

The owner’s name is Eugenia and the history of her café is a “funny” one: she worked in a school nearby, but she did not like working there very much. She took care of the children when they were on their break, but while during school hours her work was more quiet. Bored, but still without another job in sight, she found herself forced to find an escape as an excuse to get out of there. One day, while passing through the street of Bonjardim, she saw a shop that was about to wander and thought she could open a café in that space, betting on her homemade dumplings, something she loved to do. And so Geninha appeared, the name by which she was called at school, where she could share her cakes and snacks.

There is cherry in Porto. One of the best known Portuguese liqueurs has a space in the city of Porto. Ginja in Porto sells liqueurs but its specialty is the Óbidos cherry. The cherry, or ginjinhas, is a liqueur obtained by macerating the cherry, very similar to cherry, extremely popular in Portugal, especially in Óbidos, Lisbon, Alcobaça and Algarve. It is a product whose maceration lasts at least one year and does not use artificial colors or preservatives. At Ginja in Porto you can taste, advising to taste in a glass of chocolate, but you can also buy bottles to offer or enrich your personal wine cellar.

Gota a Gota is a company created by two passionate about the good times of life and the pleasure of enjoying good wine. Together they created the Gota a Gota project, with the goal of sharing a space that invites you to taste a good wine, in great company and with good background music. With an excellent selection of national wines, from all regions of Portugal, with options of white or red, as well as Port, which can be enjoyed in the comfort of your home or with us, enjoying some appetizers, such as planks. of cold meats and cheeses, in a space that combines wine cellar with a familiar and welcoming atmosphere also dedicated to the organization of events, exhibitions and promotion of creators and artists.

Grainha is a family business with a connection to the Mercado do Bolhão with over 50 years of history. As a wine cellar, it was born in May 2018, when the Temporary Mercado do Bolhão was opened. Those who visit Grainha know that they can find, besides a great variety of drinks, a constant concern in receiving their clients well. Here you can find Portuguese wines, produced by dozens of partners, which guarantee a selection of quality, handmade beers, national liqueurs, as well as a selection of spirits, so that you can enjoy delicious cocktails. In 2020, they opened their online shop to bring the products to the customer in a fast and simple way.

Coffee and confectionery, where you can have all your meals, whether it’s breakfast, lunch, dinner or a small snack in the middle of the morning or in the afternoon. It offers a wide range of snacks and snacks, such as breaded sandwiches, ham sandwiches, dogs, nails or francesinhas. It also offers healthier alternatives such as salads. In addition to a snack bar and patisserie and its diverse range of food and beverages, Green Stone is also a community hangout where you can head to buy your favorite newspapers and magazines or pay your bills as it offers stationery and payshop services.

Guido’s Snack Bar is a cosy space, with a decor devoid of artifice, giving it the authenticity of a typical Portuguese snack bar. They are considered ‘the’ Francesinha of Porto (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), in a city full of offers with regard to this delicacy. There are several versions of this typical Porto dish, especially Guido’s super special, with shrimp. There are also other offers on the menu, with meat dishes such as nails on bread or plate, veal chops, stuffed steaks, tuna salads, sea delicacies, among others, omelettes, dogs, hamburgers, baguettes, toasts, soups, snacks, such as woodpecker and sausage, wines and refreshments, and menus for adults and children.

This establishment is essentially a Belgian beer house. The first of this brand in Portugal and the second in the world.
Belgian brewery Van Steenberge, a beer producer with more than 230 years of age, made the decision to open the doors of yet another of its Gulden Draak Bierhuis spaces in the city of Porto. It aims to be a place where beer enthusiasts can delight with a wide range of different types of beer.
With 12 draft beers and more than 120 beers, Gulden Draak Bierhuis’ largest beer selection obviously falls on Belgian beers, but it also offers a wide variety of beers of Dutch, German and Portuguese origin.

The Hand Go opened in 2015 as a grab and go space, to pick up and take away. In a city that is becoming more and more crowded and where people increasingly run from one place to another, this establishment fits into this daily rhythm. It is to enter, ask and leave. The worst that can happen is to have to stop and savour it. That and having to choose. There is a running counter in the shop, where the pizzas of the day are displayed, healthy and served by slice, but there are also healthier options, such as vegetarian crepes, sweets or savouries, fresh salads, with Cesar, Pesto and Vegan versions, pancakes, fruit salads and natural juices to accompany. Hand Go does not want you to lose sight of it, but it also does not want you to forget to eat.

The Hand Go opened in 2015 as a grab and go space, to pick up and take away. In a city that is becoming more and more crowded and where people increasingly run from one place to another, this establishment fits into this daily rhythm. It is to enter, ask and leave. The worst that can happen is to have to stop and savour it. That and having to choose. There is a running counter in the shop, where the pizzas of the day are displayed, healthy and served by slice, but there are also healthier options, such as vegetarian crepes, sweets or savouries, fresh salads, with Cesar, Pesto and Vegan versions, pancakes, fruit salads and natural juices to accompany. Hand Go does not want you to lose sight of it, but it also does not want you to forget to eat.

Hard Rock Café arrived at Porto in 2016. Located at Rua do Almada, near Avenida dos Aliados, here you can enjoy your meal surrounded by various relics of rock n’roll history. In this space you can try the classic American cuisine, with burgers, salads and cocktails that are characteristic of the Hard Rock menu. Hard Rock Café also includes a shop where you can buy various types of Hard Rock branded merchandise, such as t-shirts, sweatshirts or cuddly toys.

Heaven’s Social Club opened, in 1983, as a discotheque and still works as such, keeping faithful to the musical styles it promotes: rock, gothic rock and metal. In 2011, the space was remodelled and it also started to work as a concert hall and as a café bar. With music in the centre of attention, its products also stand out, such as beer, always cold, and the wide variety of cocktails, such as mojitos, caipirinhas and daiquiris of various flavours. Heaven’s Social Club also has a menu with ‘preguinhos’ (beef steak sandwich), Francesinhas (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), hamburgers, kebabs, among others. Since the beginning the concern is to provide the best conditions for the benefit of customers, hence the constant evolution.

Located in the Clerigos area and with more than 4 years of existence in this sector of the market, Ice Lovers ice cream produces artisanal ice cream, mostly from natural fruit.
In our menu we offer very traditional flavors such as strawberry and lemon while not forgetting chocolate and stracciatella, along with bolder flavors such as custard tart.
In allusion and tribute to the site’s past, which previously housed the oldest wedding dress shop in the city, Ice Lovers’s visitors can notice our employees dressed as brides every Saturday from 5 p.m.

Masaki Onishi is the name of the well-known Japanese chef behind Ichiban’s gastronomic offer. The japanese embassy in Portugal picked him up from the Kyoshinzan restaurant in Kyoto and managed to keep him as a chef for three years. Today, in a restaurant located right by the sea, where fresh fish arrives every day, the offer goes far beyond sushi and sashimi, with amazing fish and meat dishes. The restaurant’s décor is minimalist in light tones so that every meal is enjoyed with total lightness and peace of mind, combined with the friendliness and careful explanation of the dishes, making the meal an experience of taste discovery and an authentic adventure for japanese culture.

Il Pizzaiolo is an Italian restaurant whose specialty is Neapolitan-style pizzas made by seasoned Italian chefs with products from this country in a custom-made oven by Italian brand Stefano Ferrara of Naples. In addition to the delicious pizzas, you can taste at Il Pizzaiolo other Italian specialties such as calzones, risottos and pastas. To accompany, we suggest one of its original sangrias, such as pear and cinnamon with white port, melon and watermelon with Martini and basil or red fruit with Porto Ruby and prosecco rosé. You can finish with a limoncello mousse or the caprese pie.

Indian Tandoori Restaurant is the ideal place to enjoy a sensorial journey through the unique ancestral flavours of Indian cuisine. Inspired by the art of cooking, this restaurant has many specialties to offer everyone, including delicious dishes for vegetarian guests. In addition to the take-away service, from Monday to Friday we have daily specials at lunch. The establishment also has catering services for party occasions, like Christmas, birthdays and other ceremonies.

Located right in front of Bessa Stadium, Inox is a restaurant and snack bar which, among its many specialties, includes snacks made with Bolo do Caco (including Pregos and francesinhas). You can come to lunch for our daily home cooked food menus at a very competitive price, with meat, fish and vegetarian alternatives at a very competitive price. Or, from late afternoon, for a snack accompanied by a fine of one of your favorite craft beers or the Estrella Galicia brand. Regardless of your choice, you will be well received and you will enjoy a family space with a nice terrace.

On September 3, 1990, Itaipu confectionery opened its doors in the city of Porto. The space offers our customers specialties of sweets and salties of Portuguese and Brazilian origin, always made with fresh and delicious products.
Natural juices are the ex-libris of this establishment. Freshly made and with a great diversity of fruits, always of the highest quality at the consumer’s choice, these juices delight everyone.
Its family and friendly service and its many years of history in the business make Itaipu a referential confectionery in the city.

On September 3, 1990, Itaipu confectionery opened its doors in the city of Porto. The space offers our customers specialties of sweets and salties of Portuguese and Brazilian origin, always made with fresh and delicious products.
Natural juices are the ex-libris of this establishment. Freshly made and with a great diversity of fruits, always of the highest quality at the consumer’s choice, these juices delight everyone.
Its family and friendly service and its many years of history in the business make Itaipu a referential confectionery in the city.

Jeronymo is a coffee chain founded in the year 2002.
This brand has as objective of its activity the desire to recover the spirit of the old neighborhood cafes, which were assumed as a meeting point and sharing of good times between friends.
Starting from the heritage of these spaces, our service and products offers are adapted to the modern times.
Jeronymo counts on Rua das Flores with its first store in downtown Porto. The space has 40 seats inside and its own terrace with heater and a comfortable blanket for the colder days, while also providing free wi-fi for customers.

Jóia da Coroa is a multi-brand gallery space that takes us back to the Belle Époque, and some say it is one of the best kept treasures in the city. It has recreation areas, six floors, maintains the original façade and has delicious details, such as painted ceilings, crystal showcases and the elevator with sliding doors. The place invites to refinement and in the tea room, with period chairs and sofas, coffee tables with cozy lamps, chandeliers and mirrors, you can snack with all the glamor. That’s where you can order scones, which come with jam, or something from your French-inspired pastries. You can also have a brunch, with natural orange juice, half toast, house cake, among others.

Kanpai Downtown is a restaurant that presents itself through two core concepts: talent and creativity in the kitchen and taste in the room. Inspired by discovery and urbanity, Kanpai Downtown is a stone’s throw from São Bento Station, on Mouzinho da Silveira Street. Its interior, with its organization forced by the traces of the old but fully restored building, reveals its urban character and an intimate atmosphere. This restaurant specializes in quality sushi, but goes beyond and opens the range of options to food-inspired cuisine from around the globe, with two cuisines, one conventional and one sushi bar-shaped.

Kardoso Bons Comeres fulfils the trilogy of more than 30 years of dedication to the catering sector. The owner had already inaugurated two well-known spaces in the city, first the Yuko Tavern and later the Paparico. The restaurant Kardoso bets on refinement, which starts in the rustic style decoration, providing its customers a warm and family atmosphere. Here you can savour famous dishes, but cooked with great mastery, such as the Francesinhas (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), the chef’s ribs or even the Arouquesa veal. It is proud to always look for quality products, the meat is always D.O.P. (protected designation of origin) and familiarity extends to the service, warm and personalized.

Keeper Café is a friendly coffee shop, usually attended by regular customers, making it a familiar place with a welcoming atmosphere and a decoration that gives it authenticity and genuineness. Located in a family neighbourhood, the service follows the same pattern, with employees who promote a close, attentive and personalised service. It can be the ideal place to take a coffee break, read the newspaper or a magazine, to find out the news, read a book, or to relax and socialise with family and friends, to watch a football game, while enjoying your bakery, pastry and snacks, accompanied by refreshing or cosy drinks.

Kidoce works as a coffee shop, where you will be well looked after, to relax at any time of the day. In a relaxed, familiar and welcoming space, the ex-libris of the house are your homemade “rissóis” (mall patty enclosed in pastry, or rolled in breadcrumbs, usually baked or deep fried. It is filled with savoury ingredients, most often minced meat or fish, and is served as an entrée, main course, or side dish). This space can be chosen to take a break and have coffee, as well as to have a snack or even a complete meal. The offer is varied. As snacks, besides the mentioned “rissóis”, there are turkey sandwiches, American sandwiches, codfish dumplings, mixed toasts, beef steak with French fries, croissants, chicken pies, breaded pork steak on the bread, hotdogs, ham sandwiches, among others. For a meal, there are dishes of the day, as well as beef steak with French fries, hamburgers, Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), just to mention a few.

Kind Kitchen is a 100% vegan restaurant. The owners of the restaurant are sisters, after becoming vegan, decided to share their experience, in the form of a vegan restaurant, which also works, according to themselves, as “a form of activism”. Here you can find a varied menu, with lunch menu, which includes soup, dishes of the day and drink, but you can also find hamburgers on the menu, with homemade sauces, seitan schnitzel, toasts in sourdough, organic and naturally sourdough bread, buddha bowls and snacks to share. The restaurant adopts sustainability measures such as glass water bottles, recycled paper and biodegradable garbage bags.

La Bombarde is an unavoidable space in the city for those who like crepes and want to try typical Brittany delicacies. In fact, it is the only typical French creperie in Porto. In an intimate space, simply but modernly decorated with the comfort of wood and a balcony facing the window, it creates a welcoming atmosphere conducive to savoring the specialty of the house: a delicious crepe accompanied by a cider, guaranteed that crepes are handmade on special discs. You can try one of the sweet crepes, a gallete (salty crepe), pancakes or a salad. In addition to all this, it has several vegetarian options among all specialties.

La Fontana is in the heart of traditional and bustling Cedofeita Street and features a typical Italian ristorante, opened by country-inspired owners who inspire its menu. With 100% genuine and traditional dishes, your menu brings a selection of dishes such as fresh pasta, lasagnas, carbonara, burrata and prosciutto, which will surely delight the customer. At La Fontana you will have the opportunity to taste the delicious delicacies that the cuisine of this Mediterranean country has to offer the world, through the hands of those who know Italian cuisine best.

Restaurant located in one of the most charismatic areas of Porto, right between the emblematic Palácio da Bolsa and the Alfândega building. Its specialty is traditional Portuguese food, with a very diverse range of meat and fish dishes, such as Braga’s cod, Brás’s cod or Lagareiro’s Octopus. There is also a wide range of tapas, which you can enjoy while sipping a glass of wine or beer, such as fried patties, galician octopus, alheira or roasted chorizo. It also has a wide range of salads and soup. On sunny days you can enjoy its terrace.

Cafe and restaurant located in the heart of downtown Porto, with a pleasant and welcoming space. You will always be well taken care of by the friendly managers, the friendly couple Fernanda and Fernando, and every day at lunchtime you can enjoy homemade and traditional meals at economical prices. The lunchtime movement is a testament to the quality of these budget meals. In addition to lunch, it is an excellent choice for breakfast and to benefit from one of the many menus. Outside of meals, it is still a very inviting place for a break or a mid-morning or mid-afternoon snack.

Located on the famous and bustling Cedofeita Street, Lameiras 2 has been in operation for over 25 years.
In this establishment you will find a relaxed and familiar atmosphere, with its own confection of cakes and simple but tasty homemade meals.
Guests can also find a wide range of breakfast and brunch options, francesinhas and various other dishes.
The restaurant also has two terraces, one inside and one outside, and a very comfortable internal room for coffee or a meal in a traditional area of the city.

In café O Lanchinho you will find a pleasant, genuine and welcoming space where you can have breakfast or lunch; take a break for a quick coffee, a cup or a sandwich while reading the newspaper or use it as a meeting place for socializing with friends. Lanchinho offers a wide variety of snacks at very economical prices, such as dogs, mixed sandwiches, francesinhas and various sandwiches. For lunch there is a good offer of dishes of the day at inviting prices. One thing is certain, if you visit this space just for a snack or for something else, you will hardly be dissatisfied.

Barbecued chicken specialties that, to use their own words, promise “the best chicken in the neighborhood and surrounding area.” You can choose to eat on-site, take-away or home delivery. The specialty is the traditional BBQ chicken, juicy and with crispy skin, but you can try other mincemeat delicacies such as gizzards, spicy wings, chicken patties, chicken stew or chicken creole chorizo. It also offers healthy alternatives like chicken or vegetarian salads. You can also try special sauces, such as aioli, bairrada or diablo. If you fancy chicken, Le Coq Frangaria is the place to visit.

In 1920, began the production of milk, butter, cheese and whipped cream. It was the first company in the sector to distribute pasteurised milk in glass bottles, at a time when the distribution was done in jars carried on the head. It gained fame and imposed the quality of its products. Butter with salt sold by weight, on baking paper, is still a classic, as are cheese and whipped cream. In fact, whipped cream has become a protagonist. In the 1950s, sold over the counter in little bags of waxed paper, it joined the ex-libris of the brand: the éclair with chocolate coating. The constant quality, the daily production, always fresh and limited to the existing stock, confirm a story of success.

Set in a historical area of Porto, Linos Marquês cafeteria and restaurant integrates the spirit and pulse of the city of today, bringing together traditional values mixed with those of the current century. The modern decoration integrates traditional elements, giving the space a familiar and welcoming atmosphere. The offer is varied, both regarding the cafeteria and the restaurant. Their own production of pastry invites the tasting of sweet treats, such as ‘pão de ló de Ovar’ (similar to sponge cake; this version is wet), marble cake, ‘toucinho do céu’ (traditional dessert from Portugal and Spain, with an intense yellow colour; based on eggs and sugar, it originated in convents, the reason for the collective denomination of conventual sweets of this category; it consists of a kind of cake made with pearl sugar to which ground almonds are sometimes added, sometimes gila jam and finally a large portion of egg yolks. The name (literally bacon from Heaven) is due to the fact that the original version has lard as ingredient), among others, as well as the confection of its dishes, based on the tradition of Portuguese cuisine, there are new dishes every day and not missing the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish).

Buondi Boavista coffee has been around since 1982 and is located in a space near the iconic Casa da Música.
The highlight of this establishment is coffee, cup and beans. To accompany you, we suggest the great sweets that this house offers in its menu: the poveiras french toast and the milk, carrot or coconut cheesecakes. If you prefer, you can also enjoy the always fresh berlin balls, croissants or cream puffs. With a small but very comfortable and cozy space, Buondi Boavista is the ideal place for a coffee and snack break in this busy and cosmopolitan area of Porto.

Taylor’s opened a store that invites you to discover the universe of port wine. In what is the first private label Port store to open in downtown Porto, it is represented by some of its icons. The limited collection Single Harvest Port, Taylor’s LBV and Taylor’s Chip Dry (the first Extra Dry White Port) are just a few. Taylor’s, also recognized as the premier producer of Old Tawnies, has one of the largest hull-aged port reserves. Tawnies are available from 10 to 40 years old. To complement the offer, you can also buy tickets to visit the Taylor’s Port wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia.

Founded by two French people in love with Porto, Mademoiselle is a typical French pastry and bakery, characterized by its warm and sophisticated atmosphere by the sea, but also and above all, by the delights it offers our customers, such as crepes, éclaires and obviously croissants, simple, but also, for example, with homemade salted caramel jam or almond filling. In addition to sweets, you will find a wide variety of savory snacks such as croquetes, quiches, omelets and various types of baguette. Everything in this pastry is made in the kitchen itself according to the French tradition, known our its high quality standards while served with sympathy.

Madureira’s Campo Alegre opened its doors on February 27, 2014. This space is characterized by its alternative decoration and modern design, and has a 200-seat room with access for people with reduced mobility. The customer can enjoy varied dishes prepared by the best professionals. It has seafood service, brewery, barbecue, pizzeria in wood oven and take-away. They have, of course, the Francesinha or, if you want to say it yourself, “the best Francesinha in the region waiting for you!” The menu is diverse, with a choice of pastas, seafood, fish varieties, steaks and meats.

Magia dos Sabores is a coffee and confectionery, inserted in a commercial gallery, managing to maintain a welcoming and familiar environment, with a friendly, attentive and personalised service, with the focus on the client. The Magia dos Sabores has at your disposal a variety of products, for different occasions, having baskets and thematic menus, depending on the event, either Christmas, Easter or Valentine’s Day. You can choose to take a coffee break or try one of its snacks, such as snacks or cakes, but also to stop and have a quick meal. There are various proposals, such as pizzas, hamburgers, salads, wraps, among others. There is a terrace, to enjoy on sunny days.

More than a sushi restaurant, Mangá Sushi House is an authentic experience of immersion in Japanese culture. After a visit to Japan, its owners decided to express their admiration for this culture by adding sushi to the “mangá and animé” drawings. In fact, Japanese culture is breathed in this establishment, as it presents a mural by the artist Luís Figueiredo, an art gallery and organizes cosplay events, in which customers are encouraged to disguise themselves as their favorite characters. In addition to the more traditional sushi, it is intended that no one is deprived of enjoying this delicacy, as it offers specific menus for pregnant women and vegetarians.

MANNA has the purpose of sharing a conscious lifestyle and an integral well-being, respecting food and yogi philosophy. Consequently, it is a space that gathers an offer of vegetarian and vegan food, of organic matrix, local and seasonal, artisan bakery, convenience shop, of small local producers, and yoga and meditation studio. Their love for organic, vegetarian and vegan food makes them look for local and seasonal products, doing everything from scratch, preserving the nutritional qualities of each ingredient. They want to bring the yoga message to a growing number of people, through their classes, sharing the principles of this philosophy in everything they propose to do.

Manteigaria is a custard tart factory with a public service desk. It has two stores in the city of Porto, located in the Clérigos and in the Bolhão area.
Inside it is possible for the customer to observe the whole process of making cream puffs, completely handmade: from the preparation of the dough to the addition of the cream, and, of course, the moment when the cakes are baked. Cream Puffs can be enjoyed inside the store or taken outside. Manteigaria also has the particularity of announcing in the street, through a bell, the exit of a new batch of tartlets ready to be tasted.

Manteigaria is a Pastéis de Nata factory with a public service desk. It has two stores in the city of Porto located in the Clérigos and in the Bolhão area.
Inside it is possible for the customer to observe the whole process of making the Pastel de Nata, also known as the Portuguese custard tart, completely handmade: from the preparation of the dough to the addition of the cream, and, of course, the moment when the cakes are baked. Pastéis de Natal can be enjoyed inside the store or taken outside. Manteigaria also has the particularity of announcing in the street, through a bell, the exit of a new batch of tartlets ready to be tasted.

The Marisqueira Madureira restaurant opened its doors on 8 September 2007. In this space you can find the flavors of traditional cuisine and, according to them, “the best francesinhas in the Porto region.” This restaurant / seafood / barbecue / snack bar has a room with a capacity for 73 seats. In this space it is possible to hold events or group dinners for up to 20 people, with very appealing menus from € 12.50 per person. It has take-away service. The service is personalized and friendly. Its specialties include natural Gamba, grilled tigers, prawns from the coast, squid and shrimp kebabs, Terra Mar kebabs, Madureira cod, among others.

Opened in 2019, in one of Porto’s best known streets, Mau Feitio, following the trend of practically every area of the city, is a café that also serves meals. There are several options here, from soups, grilled squids, Braga cod, “Mau Feitio” hamburger, hake fillets, egg sausage, special rough, egg turkey steak, German sausage, steak on the plate, special hotdog and, obviously, francesinha. Have choices of fish and salads, with careful presentation of the dishes. The space has a warm decoration, with outside space, with terrace, which allows you to enjoy the bustle of Santa Catarina street.

Maus Hábitos is one of the most important places in the cultural environment of the city. It is a multi-valued cultural intervention space that does not fit into one category. Thanks to its active artistic programming, you can, for example, attend concerts and plays or attend exhibitions. But it’s also the perfect place to have a drink in the evening, a night out or a meal. Maus Hábitos is defined, in its words, as “cultural producer, with an artistic awareness of intervention, producing and presenting artistic programs that act on the contemporary condition of culture. It is rather an open, urban, bastard and emblematic space of the city. ”

With 33 years of tradition in the city of Porto, Meidin is a pizzeria that combines a pleasant space with good Italian food, offering a customer service that wants to respect the establishment’s motto of good service.
Founded by 4 alumni and friends of the hotel school, Meidin Pizzeria offers in its letter several options, such as garlic bread, unmissable pizzas in various combinations but also Italian pasta and savory crepes.
Sweet crepes and ice cream allow you to finish your meal with a nice dessert.
Meidin also has a wine and sparkling wine list that perfectly accompanies the restaurant’s menu.

With 33 years of tradition in the city of Porto, Meidin is a pizzeria that combines a pleasant space with good Italian food, offering a customer service that wants to respect the establishment’s motto of good service.
Founded by 4 alumni and friends of the hotel school, Meidin Pizzeria offers in its letter several options, such as garlic bread, unmissable pizzas in various combinations but also Italian pasta and savory crepes.
Sweet crepes and ice cream allow you to finish your meal with a nice dessert.
Meidin also has a wine and sparkling wine list that perfectly accompanies the restaurant’s menu.

Mengos was born in 1978, in Porto city center, in the typical commercial area of the city. The name is due to the father of the owner who, having been emigrated in Brazil, became a fan of the Flamengo football club and hence the name of the establishment. Currently Mengos Pastelaria e Restaurante bets on the quality of products and customer service, maintaining its values, history and tradition. Here you can enjoy pastry specialties such as croissants, snacks, Jesuits, palmiers, cream and Berlin balls, as well as gastronomic specialties such as duck rice, Porto-style guts, Braga cod, Zé do Pipo cod and of course , francesinha.

The café has existed since 2017, it is a family business that has preserved the characteristics of the store’s old environment, adapting to the current business. Belonging to three brothers, the mother continues to be the key piece in the kitchen. The family has Trás-os-Montes origins, which is reflected in the menu. The products made are of Trás-os-Montes origin, ideal for meals, such as kid roast in the oven and seafood feijoada. There are options for different types of appetites, based on own-made pastries, between cheesecakes and specialties, Tentúgal pastries, french toast and biscuit cake. They have daily brunch, with eggs, scrambled, in the oven or Benedict, and yogurts with granola and fruit, among other options.

Having opened its doors to the general public at the end of 2015, Mercearia do Rosário presents itself as a gastronomic cult space, dedicated to the sale and tasting of regional products. It offers its customers a selection of varied products, ranging from jams to liqueurs, as well as traditional and Port wines, biscuits and preserves. In this establishment you can also enjoy your breakfast or late brunch, always at economical prices and with tasty and quality products that will surely satisfy you.

Meu Pão bakery wants you to spend an unforgettable afternoon with your friends, enjoying the delicious coffee and cakes it has to offer. The service is friendly, the atmosphere is warm and spacious, where you can have coffee, eat anything or wrap yourself in your favourite book. They serve meals, either breakfasts and snacks, or lunches, with local dishes, with emphasis on their freshness and particular taste. They serve fresh bread, cakes and various pastries, to convince their customers in moments of pause. According to them, “serving our guests is our passion. For food bloggers: taking pictures and posting them on Instagram is simple, just access their free Wi-Fi.

With extended opening hours, the Mirandas Kaffé makes available to our customers a wide range of quality snacks. Its francesinhas and Pregos, made with the best quality sirloin steak, are the most praised snacks by our customers. But there are many others, such as hot dogs, hams, Moelas and omelets. Mirandas Kaffé is therefore a great place to go out with friends. You can play a game of pool or watch a football game while you dine and try some of our snacks. On Saturday nights there is animation and sometimes live music. For the quality of our products and the environment, it is a good option for group dinners as well.

Mizzica brings to Porto the typical Sicilian flavors in a restaurant that replicates the street food of the Italian island. Cannoli and cannolo are indispensable on Sicilian tables. Here we can try other Sicilian sweets and snacks, such as cassata, wrapped in almond paste, or arancino, a breaded and fried rice ball that has various fillings: ragu, parmesan, ham and mozzarella or even pistachio and ham. Calzone, snack boards, panini and salads round out the menu, but the richness of Sicilian cuisine, island flavors and traditions are also represented in the form of sheep cheeses, liqueurs – such as limoncello and passito – and wines there. if they fit.

Moinho do Lanço is a cafeteria and restaurant, with a cosy and familiar atmosphere, a decoration that mixes rustic and contemporary, with a covered terrace, all the elements that the establishment offers so that, as mentioned by the others, “you feel at home”. The offer is varied and homely. There are hot chocolate, homemade cakes, toast, natural juices, rustic bread sandwiches, dogs, hamburgers, omelettes, typically Portuguese snacks, various versions of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), in puff pastry or ‘bolo do caco’ (made with wheat flour, yeast, water and salt; with these ingredients a dough is made; wafers are formed about 3 cm thick and at least a palm diameter; traditional baking is done on a basalt stone, properly heated for the purpose, until a hot temperature is reached. It is commonly used to make sandwiches based on the ‘bolo do caco’ and various fillings such as beefsteak, ham, swordfish, octopus, among others), pizzas, and daily dishes, made based on traditional Portuguese cuisine, served on menus with competitive prices. It has take-away service.

Molete Bread & Breakfast, which has three different establishments in the city of Porto, is a traditional Portuguese bakery that over the years has sought to develop without ever losing the quality that made it a reference.
In our establishments you can find a wide variety of bread, in its various shapes and flavors. You can also enjoy croissants and “pastel de nata”, among other cakes. As its name implies, Molete Bread & Breakfast is a cozy place for your breakfast, but also for your snack and even for a lighter lunch, including vegetarian options.

Molete Bread & Breakfast, which has three different establishments in the city of Porto, is a traditional Portuguese bakery that over the years has sought to develop without ever losing the quality that made it a reference.
In their establishments you can find a wide variety of bread in its various shapes and flavors. You can also enjoy croissants and Patel de Nata, among other cakes.
As its name implies, Molete Bread & Breakfast is a cozy place for your breakfast, but also for your snack and even for a lighter lunch, including vegetarian options.

Molete Bread & Breakfast, which has three different establishments in the city of Porto, is a traditional Portuguese bakery that over the years has sought to develop without ever losing the quality that made it a reference.
In our establishments you can find a wide variety of bread, in its various shapes and flavors. You can also enjoy croissants and “pastel de nata”, among other cakes. As its name implies, Molete Bread & Breakfast is a cozy place for your breakfast, but also for your snack and even for a lighter lunch, including vegetarian options.

Momentu’s Café is an establishment that specializes in Brazilian food. Your kitchen never closes, so you can taste a well prepared food at any time of the day, be it a typical Brazilian snack food like cheese bread or the famous pastries or various cakes like the classic brigadeiros. All this accompanied by a juice of Brazilian fruit pulp or coconut water. At meals, they offer dishes with ingredients such as Seara’s chicken breast, South American picanha and Uruguayan Beef. Menu dishes include chicken filet, parmigiana, chicken breast stroganoff, chicken pancake or oven kibe. All served with the Brazilian way of serving well.

Morabeza is a word from Cape Verdean Creole that is difficult to translate, but which, in general, means friendliness and kindness. This is what you will find in this space, which seeks to provide customers with a different dining experience, bringing together culture, music and gastronomy in one place, with a special focus on the culture and gastronomy of African Portuguese speaking countries. In fact, its menu intentionally refers to the flavors of Africa, featuring dishes such as cachupa, matapa or meat peanut curry. In addition to delicious food, live music is added. At lunchtime it offers affordable menus.

Moreda owes its name to Manuel Francisco Moreda, a former councilor of the Oporto Chamber and member of the Porto Trade Association, who in 1860 opened a fig brandy distillery, which later evolved into the wider trade of wines and white drinks. Moreda has a huge variety of snacks made from shard cake such as nail and garlic shard cake. Noteworthy is the francesinha in Caco cake, a mix between the most typical Porto snack with one of the delights of Madeira. It offers economical lunchtime menus with meat and fish options including soup, bread, dessert and coffee. It is still a great place for group dinners.

Morgane strives to offer its customers meals specially designed to be paired with excellent wines. At Morgane you will find, for example, specialties such as semi-cured mackerel, stuffed aubergines and cod tongues, as well as a selection of crunchies such as fried petinga, Spanish croquettes and the famous fried shrimp. In addition, you will find various dishes and complements such as sandwiches, salads, soups and desserts. The products are quality, always fresh and accompanied by a range of selected wines. In addition to wines and snacks, Morgane is a warm and pleasant place to spend a moment with family or friends.

Located in downtown Porto, Muda presents itself as a restaurant designed to satisfy the most demanding greed at any time of the day. Adaptable to consumer needs, whether they are lunch or dinner or even a snack in the middle of the afternoon or after midnight, this space is a good alternative for those who want to have a meal, regardless of the moment. Its sleek design and architecture, top-notch service and full menu, including vegetarian options, make Muda an interesting choice for any meal.

Munchie Burger is the first artisanal burger in Porto. Born on July 16, 2013, the need to address the lack of meals for young people in Porto’s “moved” area was born. This is an innovative and informal concept, developed by a team of young people who attended the night and knew well what could result: a different hamburger that does not have “fast food”, but quality light food, prepared “on the spot ”with fresh, locally sourced produce. Today, Munchie is a reference brand in the Greater Porto area, and strives for the continuity of the quality of its products, currently having three open spaces in Greater Porto.

Munchie Burger is the first artisanal burger in Porto. Born on July 16, 2013, the need to address the lack of meals for young people in Porto’s “moved” area was born. This is an innovative and informal concept, developed by a team of young people who attended the night and knew well what could result: a different hamburger that does not have “fast food”, but quality light food, prepared “on the spot” with fresh, locally sourced produce. Today, Munchie is a reference brand in the Greater Porto area, and strives for the continuity of the quality of its products, currently having three open spaces in Greater Porto.

Munchie Burger is the first artisanal burger in Porto. Born on July 16, 2013, the need to address the lack of meals for young people in Porto’s “moved” area was born. This is an innovative and informal concept, developed by a team of young people who attended the night and knew well what could result: a different hamburger that does not have “fast food”, but quality light food, prepared “on the spot ”with fresh, locally sourced produce. Today, Munchie is a reference brand in the Greater Porto area, and strives for the continuity of the quality of its products, currently having three open spaces in Greater Porto.

Museu da Avó opened in September 2009 and has been demonstrating that evenings are also built with gatherings of friends around a snack table. Housed in “Travessa de Cedofeita”, this space attracts its own clientele, who prefer quiet outings, but is also a crossing point for those wishing to line their stomach before, in the middle or after a night of revelry. The variety is great, from the Spanish typical “pimentos padrón” to the seafood rice, from the Portuguese “alheira” to the famous ham, from the green broth (Portuguese soup) to the “bifanas” (bread with pork meat). The granitic walls and tiles give the rustic touch that suits a space that is affirmed by tradition, from the palate to the decoration. Hanging from the ceiling or in the showcases scattered throughout the room are numerous antiques.

With a tradition of over 20 years, Museu dos Presuntos is already an emblematic restaurant in Porto. With a very comfortable and welcoming space and a very characteristic decoration, it is the ideal place to have some snacks with friends, accompanied by a refreshing sangria or a glass of wine. It also has a great diversity of meat and fish dishes as well as vegetarian dishes. Among other alternatives, we can highlight, for example, Posta à Museu, the Museu’s octopus or pataniscas d’Avó. It also offers delicious desserts, including the chocolate cake.

Muti – Pizzeria Napoletana and Wine Bar is one of the few establishments in Portugal certified to serve true Italian pizza by the Associazione Verace Pizza Napoletana, a distinction known as the Michelin star of pizzas. This distinction is a guarantee of quality and proof that the pizzas served at Muti meet the exacting requirements of the art of making Neapolitan pizzas. This art, considered an UNESCO Intangible World Heritage Site, entails, for example, a long period of fermentation of the pasta at room temperature. Muti means dumb in Italian, nicknamed by its owner, the experienced Neapolitan pizza maker Vicenzo Marino, who spoke little about children.

My Palace is a restaurant that specializes in francesinha made from the finest ingredients. Therefore, My Palace offers our customers several variations of this dish, such as the standard francesinha, My Palace and the XL and XXL for the sweet tooth. In addition to the francesinhas, it has a wide range of snacks, omelets and traditional Portuguese fish and meat dishes such as monkfish fillets, razor clam rice, duck rice and lamb chanfana. As a starter, it is recommended that you try one of their delicious patties. The atmosphere is pleasant and the service is efficient and attentive.

This modern cafeteria, according to the opinion of many, sells the best ‘natas’ (custard pies) in the country, always crispy and coming out of the oven. They have an exclusive recipe, developed by a team of renowned pastry professionals, which respects the excellence and natural origin of the ingredients. The concept was born to spread, around the world, a unique recipe that carries with it the cultural and gastronomic values of the city of Lisbon. It is an idea of a city and a country that aspires to success, because, according to them, “the world needs cream”. In Nata Lisboa you can also taste the menus of fast meals, salads, pies, quiches and all the traditional coffee products.

This modern cafeteria, according to the opinion of many, sells the best ‘natas’ (custard pies) in the country, always crispy and coming out of the oven. They have an exclusive recipe, developed by a team of renowned pastry professionals, which respects the excellence and natural origin of the ingredients. The concept was born to spread, around the world, a unique recipe that carries with it the cultural and gastronomic values of the city of Lisbon. It is an idea of a city and a country that aspires to success, because, according to them, “the world needs cream”. In Nata Lisboa you can also taste the menus of fast meals, salads, pies, quiches and all the traditional coffee products.

If the town of Nazaré has become known worldwide for its waves, the homonymous café and restaurant tries not to raise waves, in a place where tranquillity prevails, with a welcoming and familiar atmosphere, with a decoration deprived of artifices. It is the typical neighbourhood café, where you can take a coffee break, read the newspaper and socialise. Besides its appetisers, breakfasts and snacks, Nazaré Café has a meal service, with a bet on traditional Portuguese cuisine, with typical regional and local dishes, having its version of the famous French, as well as homemade dishes, remembering the comfort of the food made by the grandmother. The service is personalised and cheerful.

With three open spaces in the Porto area, Negra Café has a modern and sophisticated concept, with a welcoming environment that invites you to socialise, being the ideal place for those who like to take pictures of their food. It happens that the prepared dishes are highly photogenic, but not only that: they are highly delicious. There is a wide variety of coffees, milk shakes, infusions, teas, smoothies and refreshing drinks. When it comes to solid food, the choice is even more diverse, with cakes, croissants, toasts, fruit bowls, and pancakes with side dishes of your choice, chicken toast, salmon, shrimp or mushrooms, sharing boards, salads, among other offers. The difficult thing will really be to choose.

At Novo Conde Café you will find a very pleasant and welcoming atmosphere, where you will be warmly and warmly welcomed. Every day we offer dishes of the day with a choice of meat and fish at an economic price, homemade and with Brazilian influences. In addition to the dish, the menu includes coffee, drink and soup. The dish options of the day are posted every day on time on social networks. You can also stop by Novov Conde at any time of day for a short break and have a snack, coffee or drink while reading the newspaper. You can also try one of the many homemade cakes that are made every day.

The specialties of Novo Molhe are sushi, tapas and homemade ice cream. In this space, part of the Restaurant Do Molhe building, three new tasting areas are available in addition to the already renowned and elegant restaurant service. Sushi is one of the cuisines in expansion, very appreciated by the Portuguese, as well as tapas, a type of snack characteristic of neighbouring Spain. Ice cream making, an art which is very much promoted in Italy, is also growing in our country, and the highlight goes to its artisan form, which allows the creation of original flavours. Novo Molhe awaits the visit of all those who appreciate the current cuisine.

Nut’ presents itself as a specialty dessert chain, using one of the world’s leading chocolate brands, Nutella, with original and exclusive products. The mission of this establishment is to “spread magic and happiness to the sweet tooth”. And be fooled if you think only the youngest and the smallest are Nut’s audience. Children, teens, young people, adults and seniors enjoy daily pancakes, crepes, churritos, ChocoKebabs, waffles, among many other sweet options. They are about 240 square meters, spread over two floors, giving this space the largest store in the country. Of the 100 seats available, 16 are on a pleasant terrace.

Astro Cervejaria Petisqueira has been in Porto since 1979 and says its slogan that here you can find the “real bifanas”. It is the ex-libris of O’Astro. Going here and not eating a bifana is like going to Porto once in a lifetime and not drinking a port. According to the owner, Mr. Albino, also the green broth is at the level of the bifanas, because “there is no time of day when it is not fresh, hot and ready to eat”. There are also other snacks to try, such as ham sandwiches, beef patties, shrimp patties, cod pastries, and breadcrumbs.

Located right in front of the Combatentes metro station, Benedito is a restaurant and snack bar whose specialty is Brazilian snacks, such as sweet and savory pastries, which you can taste along with one of the many Brazilian natural juices, coconut water or a beer. Every day there are daily menus at an economical price, with homemade meat, fish and vegetarian options. In addition, it has other specialties such as hamburger XL, Brazilian “feijoada” (beans), which serves every Saturday and also “Francesinha”. From Monday to Saturday from 6pm to 9pm there is a happy hour, with lots of entertainment and a great variety of snacks and drinks at good prices.

To talk about Porto, in addition to Port wine, francesinhas, “Tripas à Moda do Porto” (guts), is also to talk about Futebol Clube do Porto, the most popular club in the city and one of the best known in Europe and in the World. To talk about Braseiro das Antas is also to talk about Futebol Clube do Porto, as it is very close to the old stadium and near the Dragão stadium. It is a meeting point to snack before and after the games and, for those who did not get tickets, during the games. It is here that many fans live the victories of the club, accompanying with bifanas (we are known as “Braseiro House of Bifanas”), as well as Francesinhas and other snacks, always accompanied by cold drinks, preferably beer.

Caçula opened its doors in the city of Porto in 1969. After 42 years in the city downtown, we opened a new space in Praça Carlos Alberto, with the same identity and the same careful and attentive service, in a restored building.
This space has a room on the ground floor, open all week with daily menus for lunch, tapas in the evening and a la carte service for dinner. It also has an extended weekly offer of wines by the glass.
On the upper floors of O Caçula, we have rooms for groups, upon reservation, where the customer can establish the menu to their liking. As the motto of this house says, “O Caçula makes the rest happen!”.

Cantinho da Mimi is a restaurant, café and snack bar with a varied menu. You can go to this restaurant for a meal as it offers daily dishes at an economical price. If you prefer, you can choose one of their specialties such as the francesinha or the specialty hotdog. On sunny days there is always the possibility of taking advantage of the terrace to take a break and relax while having a coffee, a beer or one of their sandwiches. In addition, it is a spacious, comfortable and discreet venue, ideal for organizing group dinners. Additionally, there is a basement where sometimes dances and karaoke parties take place.

O Ernesto is a restaurant that has been in existence since 1938 and specializes in traditional Portuguese food. The name of the restaurant originated in 1968 when Ernesto Pereira, the father of the current owner, buys the place and calls it “The Ernesto”. In 1990, Reinaldo Pereira, his son, became the owner of this same restaurant. After the completion of works and deep remodeling, the space known today is reborn, where the modern decoration blends with the rustic architecture of the building. Portuguese cuisine remains the strong point of this emblematic restaurant in the city, with a varied menu for all tastes, from starters to dessert.

O Melhor Bolo de Chocolate do Mundo (The Best Chocolate Cake in the World) opened in 2011 a small and cozy space in downtown Porto. It all started when Carlos Braz Lopes tried to recreate in his restaurant, former Mercado Santa Clara, a recipe he had tasted in Paris.
The result was not very close to the original, but the success was such that customers who tasted eventually dubbed the creation of “the best chocolate cake in the world”.
Layers of meringue wrapped in french chocolate mousse topped with a chocolate ganache – these are the traits that make this cake a unique experience. No wonder this delight has already reached such distinct points of the globe as Spain, Brazil, Australia and Angola.

This is a 100% vegetarian cat café located in the Bonfim area that presents a very different proposal in the panorama of the city of Porto. In this space for all lovers of the little feline, you will be able to enjoy the toasts, bruschettas and even the francesinhas, among many other exclusively vegan and vegetarian options that are part of the menu, afterwards going to the cat room for the best. to know. Porto dos Gatos Staff’elino comes from the Vida de Gato Association and they are all waiting for new families, and this visit can culminate with a new element in their family.

Obbifanas was born in 2016 after 40 years of much dedication in the restaurant business and with a continuous search of how to satisfy its customers. It is with great affection that, day after day, they try to perfect their product and convince the customer to repeat the visit. There is a lot to choose from, but the emphasis is on the offer in diminutives. Diminutives in name, great in flavour. The product in prominence are the Bifaninhas, considered by many the best in Porto. You can also choose Preguinhos in bread or Bichorrinhos, which can include cheese from Serra, according to personal taste. According to them, what distinguishes them is their taste, professionalism and a very special ingredient – affection.

The concept of Óbio is simple: healthy food prepared with love. It combines cafeteria and grocery store with only organic items. Most of the products that come to the table are on sale in space, so if you like something you ate you know you can replicate it at home. Óbio offers fresh dishes with organic products on the main menu, fresh salads, organic bruschetta and brunch, fresh juices, tea and coffee, all organic. The whole space is a makeup of an original building, since the birth of the place, which combines with the historical spirit of the city of Porto. The staff pays great attention to detail and comfort, to create the most pleasant meal atmosphere possible.

The desire to make slow fermentation bread and vegan products was combined with the desire to pay homage to the entrepreneurial grandmother and homemade “baker”. Faced with the need to create products allied to the environment and a healthier and less cruel diet for living beings in general, Odete Bakery appeared. Here we see the return to the taste of bread the old-fashioned way, with mother dough, and pastry free of dairy substances or animal origin. All products are made with national flours, ground into stone millstones, preserving the quality of nutrients of whole grains. All the bakery, pastry and pizzeria is 100% vegan and naturally fermented. To awaken the palate of those looking for a plant based diet.

Open Kitchen began as a grocery store for Portuguese products from small producers across the country. To help make known the quality of these products, many of them organic, the owner Miguel Almeida set up a small kitchen on site. It is a kind of tasting room, where you prepare snacks with the products available. In addition to these snacks that you can taste at any time of the day, it also serves lunches made from the products you sell at the store. Open Kitchen was conceived to offer the customer differentiated products for their quality in an increasingly industrialized market

This is one of the oldest bakeries in the north of the country and has maintained its quality and tradition since 1898. Located in Foz do Douro and with its own manufacture, it has the most exquisite delicacies such as brown bread, parsley, chaparro, beet, corn and sunflower, tomato, carrot, spinach, soy, sweet rolls, king cake, sponge cake, convent sweets, cakes, crackers, jams, honey, cheese and marmalades.
Baked in a wood oven, bread and cornbread fill the space with an unmistakable aroma.
With a heritage of over 100 years, Padaria Formosa continues daily to provide quality bread to the city of Porto.

The origin of Veiga Bakery and Pastry Shop dates back to the 1980s. It was founded by José Dias Veiga, who began his professional experience in 1963 at a private bakery. In 1980 opens its first bakery in Famalicão. It has had progressive and sustained growth, currently having 17 own stores, a large distribution chain that supplies many customers and a team of over one hundred and a half employees. Veiga Bakery and Pastry Shop is proud to supply its establishments with many varieties of its own bread and cakes, which have fed several generations of customers and are the basis of its growth as a company.

Situated in the street with the same name, the Padaria S. Dinis is a hot bread establishment, with fresh bread served daily. For this reason alone, it would already deserve the attention of our senses. However, the Padaria S. Dinis is much more than that, it is also known for its varied pastries, having Berlin balls (the Berlin ball is a traditional German cooking cake, whose recipe arrived in Portugal during the Second World War by Jewish refugees, becoming an immediate success. It is sprinkled with sugar, but while the Berliner is garnished with mainly red sweets (strawberry, raspberry, etc.), the Berliner ball is filled with a yellow sweet called pastry cream through a side blow and is always visible. With the exponential sale of this product, the flavours of the filling have also increased. The Berlin balls are fried before being stuffed with the pastry cream. Their German counterparts have a slightly smaller diameter and are usually sprinkled with powdered sugar. In Portugal, you can find Berlin balls in most bakeries, which sometimes also have them without filling. They are consumed a lot on the beaches from north to south of the country during the summer), cream pastries, various versions of éclairs and croissants, just to mention a few, as well as for its daily meals, based on the tradition of Portuguese, regional and local cuisine, with modern versions of some well-known dishes and having its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), and ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used). The service is attentive and personalised and the space is welcoming, having a family atmosphere.

Initially, the Pão com Manteiga (meaning Bread with Butter) was supposed to be just a cafeteria. It became a restaurant since a student asked if he could have for lunch the food that Zaina, the principal manager and cook, used to cook for her husband and children. That day she didn’t even charge money to the student, who the next day returned with a group of friends. That day she served 10 dishes, the next day she served 20 and today it’s served an average of 200 dishes a day of simple and delicious homemade food. Noteworthy are the traditional Portuguese and Brazilian dishes, but also the famous Brazilian pastries and desserts, such as brigadeiros. It has a nice terrace in which you can enjoy on sunny days.

If there is one thing that defines most of the cafés, pastries and confectioneries in the city of Porto it is the quality of the bread they serve. Pão Fôfo is proud of its bakery, which you can try for breakfast, snack, lunch or a snack on a break. This space with a simple decoration, which promotes a familiar and cosy atmosphere, supported by friendly service, puts at the client’s disposal an eclectic offer. It has light sandwiches in water, mixed, wholemeal, rye or cereals bread, slices of pizza of the day, hamburgers, beefsteak on bread and plate, its version of the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), hotdogs, omelettes, salads, snacks, croissants, among others.

Pão Quente Carioca is a self-made pastry. You can come here for a break or spend some time. Given its proximity to Campanhã Station it is a good place to be while waiting for your train. It has a wide range of cakes, including Berlin balls, cream, god bread, croissants, eclaires or apple puffs. You can come to this establishment for breakfast or a quick mid-afternoon and morning snack and eat, for example, a sandwich with a natural orange juice. In addition, the atmosphere is pleasant, welcoming and the staff will welcome you with the greatest of sympathy.

Pãodock assumes itself as a “gourmet” pastry, presenting clients a space characterized by its modern and welcoming atmosphere.
This establishment stands out for the manufacture of bread and pastries for celiacs, i.e. totally devoid of gluten. In addition, 35 varieties of bread are available, such as sweet potato, red berry, pumpkin, chocolate or soy bread. At Paõdock you can also find various types of pastries such as cakes (including birthdays), “bolas de Berlim” or profiteroles.

At Paolo’s Pizzeria you can enjoy an extensive pizza menu, with garlic bread and drink, or the option of a pizza roll. But you will be making a mistake if you think that Paolo’s only has pizzas. The diversity of starters impresses, from the traditional olives, through the sausage or cheese boards, to the house specialty, a steak puff pastry, accompanied with fried potatoes. There is a panoply of salads and pasta dishes, but the menu of traditional Portuguese dishes is also a great bet, as well as the unavoidable Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) and some snacks. As a cherry on top of the cake, there is also a dessert menu for all tastes and shapes.

Pastry founded in 1977 with its own manufacture. It is known above all for its croissants and mixed snacks, considered by many to be the best in Porto. With a wonderful view of the Douro river, it is the ideal place for a breakfast or snack. You will find a wide range of products in the area of fine and salty pastries, cakes for various occasions such as baptismal birthdays and weddings, sweet and salty miniatures and buns with various fillings. During its more than 40 years of experience Paparoca da Foz has always aimed at customer satisfaction through the quality of our products.

At Pastel 2 you can enjoy high quality locally made products such as fresh bread of various types, savory such as chorizo bread, snacks, patties or breaded and a wide range of sweets such as cream, croissants, miniatures and eclaires. In addition to these delicacies, it also offers a series of snacks, such as francesinhas, hotdogs and burgers. It is a pleasant place for a mid-morning or afternoon snack, breakfast, a meal or simply a break. In addition to the delicious food, we highlight the pleasant and welcoming atmosphere and the friendly service of its staff.

Pau de Canela is an establishment that accumulates in its space different spaces for fine grocery, cafeteria and wine cellar. With a warm character and a family atmosphere, it is a great place to dine, always with its usual and well-known quality products.
At Pau de Canela, customers will find the best selection of coffee, wines, artisan liqueurs, chocolates, nuts, spices, cheese and sausages, crackers, olive oil, salt, legumes, among other handcrafted and national products, always with good prices.

Péco no Mercado is a pizzeria known for its delicious crunchy pizzas made with fresh ingredients and meticulously chosen with high quality standards in mind. You can enjoy our takeaway service and take your pizza home, or enjoy it on the terrace or counter. In addition to pizzas, you can try snacks such as mussels, Padrón peppers and limpets and cheese and sausage boards to share. The renowned quality of our products is combined with the warm atmosphere and the friendliness of our professionals. All to provide you with an excellent dining experience.

If we talk about Pedro dos Frangos we obviously have to talk about chicken. However, this establishment is known for the chicken closed on a spit, roasted on a brazier, having been the first to coo kit like that in the city. It is also a restaurant known for its offer of traditional Portuguese dishes, namely, “cozido à portuguesa”, “tripas à Moda do Porto”, roasted lamb, “bacalhau à João do Grão”, “rancho”, among others. The origin of the establishment dates back to 1939 as a grazing house. On November 11th, 1961, Pedro da Silva founded the “Casa do Pedro”, a name he owes to its founder, Pedro da Silva. It was in 1978 that the “Casa do Pedro” became “Pedro dos Frangos”, the name by which it is known today.

Restaurant specialized in hamburgers founded in 2014. It seeks to democratically serve all types of public. Their artisanal hamburgers are, using the words of the management, to enjoy slowly, served on bread or plate with the best ingredients and inspired by the cuisine of the world, but not forgetting the Portuguese traditions. In addition to the calf hamburger, it serves salmon burger and vegetarian options, which can be accompanied with lemonade or a craft beer. The homemade fries that come with the hamburgers are the object of praise by many customers, as well as the friendliness of the service. We also have an outdoor terrace for good weather days.

Peneira – Padaria Artesanal opened its doors in March 2020 in a context that, as everyone knows, was not the most favourable one. However, it did not fail to provide bread, the protagonist of this space, delivering door to door, inside and outside Porto. Belonging to the owners of Intrigo, Peneira is a natural fermentation bakery overlooking the river. Every day there are different types of bread: wheat bread is always present, but you can also find carob bread, seed bread, sweet potato bread, rye bread, among others. You can buy and take home or taste them at the establishment. There are also cinnamon rolls, croissants and muffins made with several hours of fermentation.

Picota – A Mesa do Largo is a comfortable and relaxed space, which seeks to combine the modern with rustic elements, with simplicity of decoration and a team that knows how to receive you with sympathy. With an appetizing menu, which includes the great Porto specialty, “francesinha”, Picota also offers grilled fish dishes, chicken steaks, tenderloins and hamburgers, hotdogs and steaks. There are also vegetarian options. It is ideal for a lively meeting between friends, whether for a meal, or to try some of the snacks accompanied by our praised sangria.

São Nicolau is a home cooking restaurant offering a varied range of traditional Portuguese food at an economical price. It has daily dishes with meat and fish alternatives, as well as salads and snacks such as hot dogs, the Portuguese Prego and the Picota hamburger. Our specialty, however, is the francesinha, not only traditional with a XXL version for brave customers, but also of other varieties such as chicken francesinha and two types of vegetarian francesinhas (of tofu and of egg). Given this offer, it is the ideal place for either a meal, a snack or a beer during a stroll along the Douro River.

Founded by friends Carlos Torres and Albano Morais, Pim Pão Pum has a funny name that stays in the ear, which refers to a childlike and nostalgic imagination that we all identify with, and also to its main product: bread. In addition to a wide variety of bread and cakes, Pim Pão Pum is particularly sought after for its delicious Berliners (Portuguese Bolas de Berlim), considered by many customers to be the best in Porto. We offer affordable lunch meals with meat and fish alternatives and a wide range of salads, soups and snacks. If the weather allows, you can enjoy our pleasant terrace during a break.

Pimm’s Burger is a calm and cozy space where you will find various types of comfort food that will make you cozier even on the grayest day: from its gourmet and juicy melting cheese burgers accompanied by well-made french fries to its traditional pizzas with Thin crunchy dough, going through various types of sandwiches. You can also use its pleasant terrace to taste one of its ice creams or, on a summer day, try its refreshing sangria. The service is friendly and warm. You can choose to eat on site or use the take away service.

Pimm’s is a café and restaurant with a warm and modern atmosphere, but one that does not neglect the tradition. The cuisine is typically Portuguese for lunch. At dinner the cuisine is of a more international nature, with a good offer of Italian cuisine, including a wide variety of pastas. During the day it is possible to enjoy a good wine or beer with the accompaniment of some Portuguese snacks, such as toasts on Pão Saloio or ham sandwiches. The terrace, with awning and overlooking the Igreja de São Francisco, is one of the strong points of this space. It is the ideal place to have a glass of your refreshing and delicious sangria during the summer months.

Pinguim Café is a pub with a traditional atmosphere, which opened in 1987 and has a history of regular culture-related activities.
It has a long tradition of poetry evenings on Monday, started by Joaquim Castro Caldas for over 30 years, followed by poets such as Manuel Jorge Marmelo, João Habitualmente, Daniel Maia-Pinto Rodrigues, Valter Hugo Mãe, Filipa Leal, Paulo Campos dos Reis, Renato Filipe Cardoso.
Penguin Café stands out for the quality of its tonic gins and has a phrase that characterizes them “Not only of Gin lives the Penguin”. You should try the excellent hot chocolate, wines, cocktails, craft beers and snacks.

At Pita Gourmet Grécia is the option. In Porto, the menu and decoration take you to the Mediterranean islands. There is so much to try. For starters, you can order Spanakopita, a filo pastry stuffed with feta and spinach, or Halumi, the grilled Cyprus cheese. Main courses include typical Bifteki, Greek-seasoned meat stuffed with feta cheese, or Moussaka made with eggplant, minced meat and bechamel with feta cheese. For dessert, baklava, with filo pastry, walnuts and cinnamon syrup, or Kataifi, characterized by filo nests stuffed with almonds, nuts and vanilla, among others. You can also order a shot of ouzo, typical Greek brandy. It has take away service.

Pizzaria Nhac Nhac is an inviting space situated in a privileged location: right in front of the Douro river. His specialty is thin crunchy pizzas, much praised by his customers. In addition to the variety of pizzas and other Italian cuisine, such as pasta and calzones, it offers a wide range of salads, steaks of various types and dishes of the day at an economical price. You can complement your meal with a delicious homemade dessert. Weather permitting, you can dine on the terrace while watching the scenery offered by the Douro River.

Podium Burguer is much more than a Burger place. It is a unpretentious space and that refers to the typical brazilian snack bars or pubs, ideal for a quick snack on a daily basis. Here you can find self-made brazilian snacks, such as coxinha, pão de queijo, kibe and pastel de vento, besides common sandwiches from Brazil, such as X-Tudo, catupiry and hamburgers, for every taste. Also, there’s always dessert of the day, as cake, beijinho, brigadeiro, among others. In a warming environment you can still count on the friendliness, making this space even more familiar.

Ponto 2 is the second space of the owners of Leza, a well-known traditional bakery in operation since 2004 in Leça da Palmeira. Here you can sample 24 varieties of bread, croissants, assorted cakes or toasts, served with various side dishes and fillings. It also has a wide range of coffees and other hot drinks. It is a cozy space that until 2008 was a lamp shop. Today it has a clean and modern decoration, where sometimes temporary exhibitions take place. It also has a nice terrace for good weather. Its complete and affordable brunch menus, available on Saturdays and holidays, are already famous and just another attraction for visiting Ponto 2.

Porto Belo Confeitaria presents itself as a familiar, welcoming and pleasant space and it can be the chosen place for a coffee break, to try its offer of confectionery or a snack, or even to have a complete meal. The menu presents several options, with a strong focus on traditional Portuguese cuisine, varying from day to day, and also having its version of the famous Porto delicacy, the Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish). There are options of meat or fish dishes, such as “alheira” (a type of Portuguese sausage, made with meats and bread.) or “porco à Alentejana” (one of the most traditional and popular pork dishes of Portuguese cuisine, it is a combination of pork and clams, with potatoes and coriander), with very competitive prices. In addition to its gastronomic offer, there is a special care in the service, with staff which promotes familiarity and welcoming.

A French-Portuguese couple came to Porto, with the will to participate in the evolution, dynamism and culinary diversity of the city. They changed their lives and careers and opened Porto Express, to propose original flavours and promote the products of the north of Portugal, in a welcoming space, where everyone can get together and feel at ease, in conviviality and sharing food. It is a tapas bar, of drinks, of hamburgers, of homemade cakes and brunch, serving local and artisan products, with a modern and original touch, with vegan and vegetarian options. They also have artistic and cultural events (workshops, concerts, thematic dinners); they are pet-friendly; and they focus on the satisfaction of each client.

Porto In A Bottle is a wine cellar which was born in the historical centre of Porto in 2013, in the renovated Rua das Flores. It offers a new concept of wine shop, where the most representative drinks of this region are selected and promoted. The option was clear: to have only Douro and Minho wines. You can find several drinks, such as Port wine, table wines (Verde, White, Red and Rosé), sparkling wines, brandies, ‘ginginhas’, several liqueurs and some objects related to wine. Some of its products are exclusive and for this reason they have already been highlighted in some national and international press articles, such as the New York Times, Hurriyet (Turkey), Globo (Brazil), among others.

Since 1958 this confectionery in the Boavista area has been the delight of those who pass by. Entering Porto Rico is to enter the history of Porto’s pastry shops, with a product offering that spans all the walls, as if we had entered a grocery store from our grandparents’ time. Old but current, it is still sought after by its húngaros, its bolo rei and its digestives. In addition to these specialties, you can find varied pastries and confectionery, jams, teas, drinks, groceries, among others, and an ideal space to have breakfast, snack, have a light meal or snack.

Confeitaria Porto Rico was founded in 1958 and since then has sweetened the mouth of many generations of the undefeated city. With its own manufacture, this space has as its business cards its Bolo-Rei, Pão de Ló and Serra Cheese. For many people it is the unavoidable place to have breakfast, but for many others, the Confeitaria Porto Rico calls at all hours of the day to taste its varied pastries, from Jesuítas, egg nuts, croissants, to Pão de Ló with Serra cheese, as well as its savory, patties, croquettes, among others. All this with the certainty that you will find a familiar atmosphere and the possibility of choosing a steamed delicacy, fresh from the oven.

Portologia, Casa do Porto, is an ode to the wines of Portugal. A winery, wine bar and tasting house, this venue offers a sophisticated selection of over 200 Port and Douro wines, with special emphasis on small producers. With open spaces in Paris, Lisbon and of course in Porto, Julien dos Santos, owner of the shops and producer of his own Port wine, the Portuguese businessman has a devotion to Port wine, but also to other gourmet products like cheese and cold cuts and, during the summer season, with the Parisian exodus, Julien and his teams follow in their footsteps, concentrating their work in Portugal, in shops and in the vintage.

Poveiros Snack Bar Restaurante is the ideal place for a meal, offering options for all tastes. Its specialties are barbecues such as chicken, ribs and picanha; bifanas, in plate or bread; and francesinhas. If you prefer a dish of traditional Portuguese food, your list is also very diverse, such as codfish Braga and codfish Poveiros, another specialty of the house. There are even vegetarian alternatives. You can finish your meal with one of their homemade desserts, such as the much-praised biscuit cake. The service is warm, efficient and helpful.

In this place you will find one of the most emblematic terraces of Foz. It is the perfect place to relax in the evening while having a drink, snack or coffee and watching one of the most beautiful sunsets in the city or to start the day in beauty, having a breakfast overlooking the sea. In addition to the terrace, is also a restaurant, where you can enjoy a delicious meal prepared with the guidance of chefs Luis Américo and Renato Sá. It is also a place to book group dinners, suitable for meetings of family, friends or co-workers. Visiting Praia da Luz is a great way to enjoy the colors and the unique environment that Foz offers to those who visit.

With its doors open to the general public since July 2016, in the trendy Largo de São Domingos, Prégar presents itself as a cosmopolitan restaurant, with interior design and decoration by the famous Paulo Lobo.
On its menu, Prego de Lombo (plain or with mountain cheese) is the highlight, but there are also several alternatives, such as the picanha, tuna, vegetarian, or hamburgers that deserve a mention, offering alternatives for all tastes.
Prégar is also a multifaceted restaurant, great for lunch, dinner or chopping some starters, always accompanied by good wine, gin or cocktails, at any time of the day.

Raiz is a restaurant that seeks to innovate and surprise while respecting traditions, fusing ancient Portuguese cuisine with contemporary. Our principles are slow cooking, use of fresh and, in most cases, national products, and in any circumstances do not use microwaves. Raiz seeks to provide an unhurried experience, so that you can enjoy your couverts, snacks and main dishes prepared at the moment. In the menu you can find several typical Portuguese snacks, such as “pataniscas de bacalhau” (cod snack), “rojões” (pork), gizzards, as well as our version of francesinha, having as main dishes creations and variations of classics like cod, octopus, meat.

Real Hamburgueria Portuguesa is a handmade hamburger, whose concept is the making of hamburgers, using typical and traditional ingredients of Portuguese cuisine. Therefore, it our intention that the customer makes a trip to various regions of Portugal through the palate, tasting unique burgers which names are also often peculiar, but always with identity where quality is the main ingredient.
Real Hamburgueria Portuguesa also has a grocery store with Portuguese teas and craft beers, jams, pickles and spicy.

Real Indiana has three open spaces, one in Cais de Gaia, another in Lisbon, and this one in Porto. It is at the same time a cultural and gastronomic project, recreating the environment and culture of India in Portugal. All the Real Indiana spaces were decorated by the interior architect Paulo Lobo, who fused oriental environments with modernity and exclusivity. Here you can try the true traditional Indian cuisine, having as specialties chicken dishes – Tikka Masala, Badam Pasanda, Vindaloo; lamb dishes – Madras, Nakajat; shrimp dishes – Korma, Hangara; as well as fish and vegetarian options, with the typical Indian cheese (paneer).

Anchored in the center of Porto since 93 years ago, the oldest cheese house in Porto recently reopened and, at this moment, it is much more than a cheese house. It kept its essence and tradition in national cheeses, which are worked both in its original form, but also recreated and reworked in dishes by chef João Pupo Lameiras, using mainly Portuguese products combined with ingredients so good that they speak for themselves. The interiors remain faithful to the original, with notes of art nouveau and art deco, with the marble tables of the old café, the Portuguese chairs made of Brazil wood and engraved leather, the surroundings of the curved windows and cork.

Opened since 2010, À Parte is a family restaurant whose specialty is traditional Portuguese food, with emphasis on fresh fish and quality meats. The menu offers Mediterranean and fusion dishes and others inspired by oriental cuisine. The specialty for which À Parte is best known is the Smoked Salmon with Port wine. You can complement your meal with one of our homemade desserts. At lunchtime you can enjoy one of their daily menus with fish or meat dishes, starters, drink, soup, dessert and coffee. In the evening you can listen to live music while eating your meal.

Open since December 2015, Restaurante Avenida 830 serves both traditional and contemporary food. At lunchtime you can enjoy one of our menus, including soup, main dishes, bread, dessert, drink and coffee. The food is homemade and we always have options of meat, fish and vegetarian dishes. In addition to the daily options, you can try some “a la carte” dishes such as a wide variety of pastas and different vegetarian options. In addition, it is a pleasant and well-decorated place with a terrace where, beyond meals, you can have a coffee and relax. It is also a great option for group dinners.

Founded in 1983, Baju is a famous and popular restaurant and brewery in Porto. If your question is “Do you serve francesinhas?” The answer is obvious: yes. In fact, the Baju’s francesinha is much appreciated and sought after by its customers. In this cozy space you can also choose to dine outside in the terrace area. Here you can choose other menu options, like salads, omelets, steak, hake au gratin, “”bacalhau à Braga” (codfish), “polvo à lagareiro” (octopus), veal chops, picanha from Brazil, tornedó with mushrooms and many other delicacies.

Barrigas is a restaurant with a familiar and pleasant atmosphere, from which you will hardly leave with an empty belly. It has very low-price meals, mainly of Portuguese cuisine, with several alternatives of meat and fish dishes, like “picanha”, steaks and codfish. Its Francesinha is also highly praised, and there are several variants of this dish so typical of Porto. There are also several hotdogs and hamburgers. You can count on a warm service from the friendly staff.

Restaurante Bessa 711 is your home away from home. In a clear bet on traditional Portuguese cuisine, there are also vegetarian options. With “Posta Arouquesa” and “Bacalhau com Broa (Codfish) as specialties, you can also try our francesinha, chicken kebabs, “Feijoada de Lulas”, “Cozido à Portuguesa”, among others. It has lunch menus at week which includes soup, main course, dessert, coffee and drink. As services, it has take-away, Wi-Fi, terrace, group room and private parking. It is a great place to dine in a warm and comfortable atmosphere.

Built in 1945 by architect Amoroso Lopes, the modern style building right by the sea where BH Foz is located, was once a service station, bar, restaurant and party room. Abandoned for 30 years, it was fully recovered to perform a playful function, organizing events and catering, while preserving its identity and authenticity. The taste for food and quality is evident. From the signature cuisine of Chef Anthoney Pires, to fusion sushi, to homemade pizzas already considered to be one of the best in Portugal and to its famous cocktails, BH is characterized by this variety of choice, with a seal of quality.

Baroque style decoration in warm tones, terrace, panoramic garden and typical Portuguese food. Where? In Bibóporto, one of the most frequented restaurants in downtown Porto, either for lunch or dinner. It is common to find group dinners, friends, family or professional gatherings, that give this space a warm and inviting atmosphere. Here you can taste our starters, accompanied with house win, finishing with a wide range of desserts. And of course, we have several main dishes that surely you won’t forget, like Fancesinhas, “bacalhau com broa” (codfish), “polvo à lagareiro”, octopus’ fillets with bean rice, kebabs or our garlic steak.

CampAlegre – Compadre restaurant is located in the Campanhã area. As we enter this space we realize that we are in a familiar place with a warm atmosphere, ideal for eating and spending time in good company. Its menu privileges Portuguese cuisine, with a special focus on the Alentejo region, but also specializes in some African dishes. For example, you can find alentejana cod rice, with coriander and poached egg, lagareiro cod, coriander cation, angolan shrimp curry, old-fashioned duck rice, alentejana black pork ribs, or same chicken swag. Food can come from far away but the family atmosphere makes it there.

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.

Concept 31 is a traditional Portuguese food restaurant in downtown Porto, offering a variety of dishes and flavors, with starters, appetizers, soups, meat dishes, fish dishes, salads, desserts and varied drinks. Codfish, octopus, Black Pork medallions or prawns are some of the options. Concept 31 also features a wide range of wines, white and red and rosé, from Douro, Beira Interior, Alentejo, among others. In this space with a simple decoration and a warm atmosphere, you can taste the flavors of Porto and Portugal.

The Dom Fafe take-away barbecue presents itself in the context of the restoration of Porto with the goal of providing its clients with an unforgettable experience, full of flavour, surrounded by refinement, with a touch of inspiration, where every detail is appreciated and felt. The bet goes through the traditional Portuguese cuisine, with a lot of grill. The menu includes meat options, such as barbecue chicken, grilled ribs, pork spare ribs, veal on the stick, black pork medallions, sirloin steak, among others, having also fish options, such as codfish with corn bread, codfish “à Braga” (fried codfish served with chips and fried sliced onions)or grilled sea bass. There is also the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) and vegetarian options.

Inserted in the corner of an old building, the Restaurante Encontro Art Caffe encloses in its space a mixture of contemporary and ancient, where encounter and art mix. In this space, the heritage of traditional Portuguese cuisine is preserved, with the confection of regional and local dishes, punctuated with modern notes, updating and giving unique identity to their dishes. The temporal migration occurs with the decoration, with modern lines, creating a welcoming, intimate and familiar environment, thus carrying the culinary tradition to the XXI century. It also has a basement for celebrations and festivities, prepared to receive groups, families and companies.

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.

Restaurant do Molhe has been in operation since 1988 and underwent a major structural refurbishment in 2015. It is situated on the seafront, on the extension of the Pérgula, a belle époque symbol in the western part of Porto. With a decoration linked to the sea, it is known for its cozy atmosphere, where the customer can enjoy their meals while enjoying a great view and smelling the sea air. There is a focus on sea-based dishes and traditional food with special emphasis on fish and seafood dishes, such as prawn monkfish rice, cataplanas, seafood parrillas or grouper. There are even meat dishes such as “picanha”, “tripas” (gut) or duck rice.

For 30 years in Porto city center, Estrela do Oriente is a typical restaurant recognized for its specialties in fish and meat dishes. With an excellent snack bar service, a wide range of natural juices is available. You can also taste its famous francesinha. In the restaurant you can find a varied menu, including their specialties, with selected meats from the Arouca region and always fresh fish. With extensive experience in organizing events, offers special menus for birthday parties, baptisms and communions. It is still a good place to watch a football game while you drink something and enjoy some of our specialties.

Filha da Mãe Preta Restaurant is a historic restaurant. It is one of the best-known houses in Ribeira, whose history goes beyond 60 years. With a unique decoration and a friendly service, here you can enjoy a unique view of the Douro River and Gaia pier while you dine. You can try one of our specialties in the area of traditional cuisine such as “Tripas à moda do Porto” (Porto-style guts), beans and rice and fried cod with scallions. In 2007 it was acquired by the owners of its neighbor, Peza Arroz Restaurant, consolidating the merger of two of Ribeira’s most emblematic and old restaurants.

In a space that once housed an Art Gallery, it is now possible to find a showcase of flavors.
The Largo Gallery restaurant is located in Largo de São Domingos and here the Chef’s delicacies invite visitors to a delicious journey through the flavors of traditional portuguese cuisine, influenced by modernity and made with contemporary quality, rigor and excellence.
Galeria do Largo’s menu varies according to the time of year, taking into account the traditions of our cuisine, but also the dietary restrictions of our customers, offering vegan, organic and gluten free options.

Inaugurated in 1948 by the Ramos Family. Mr. Artur Ramos has transmitted over the years his knowledge in the making of the famous Tripas (guts). It has already been awarded in the contest “Hoje há Tripas”. The restaurant reopened in 2014 with a renewed image and under new management. It offers experiences of typical Porto flavors, as well as explores Italian cuisine from pasta and risottos. You can also appreciate the most renowned artists in the space, such as exterior “graffiti” of illustrious figures of history (Marques da Silva, Almeida Garrett, D. Pedro IV, Infante D. Henrique and Nicolau Nasoni). It also invites to know the exhibition of photos of the renowned architect Conceição Ferreira, inside the restaurant.

Next to the Sá da Bandeira Theatre you will find the Restaurante Girassol. If you are looking for a restaurant to try the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish) this may be one of the candidates. In the window of this restaurant you can read about the history of Francesinha, inside you can try it. The restaurant has a contemporary look, the atmosphere is welcoming and the service is familiar and personalised. According to the people, they serve the best Francesinha in town. In this traditional restaurant traditional Portuguese cuisine is also eaten and the portions are served generously. Besides the mentioned Francesinha, the “posta com batata a murro” (heavy thick beef steak served with potatoes cooked in their skin) and the several codfish dishes are the house specialities.

The Madureira restaurant opened its doors in 1969. In this space you can find the flavors of traditional cuisine and, according to them, “the best francesinhas in the Porto region.” This restaurant / snack bar has two rooms, with a capacity for 123 seats. In this space it is possible to hold events or group dinners with very appealing menus. It has take-away service. The service is personalized and friendly. Its specialties include Stuffed Crab, Seafood Rice, Grilled Tigers, Braga Cod, Octopus Fillets, Monkfish Rice, Steak Madureira, Picanha, Steak with Garlic and Pork with potatoes with punch.

In Mundo, the atmosphere is dim, the music is soft, but all the flavors of the world fit here. The menu is divided into four world and is in constant fusion, full of unlikely combinations, such as tamarind BBQ pork ribs, herb salad, fruit and peanuts or corvina and shrimp moqueca with fried banana, cashew and leaf rice. You can also have a light snack with a drink from our long list. The space follows the menu concept. There are several busts and walls adorned with graffiti paintings that reflect multiculturalism through feminine portraits representing each of the continents.

Open since 2016, the Nook restaurant is a very pleasant and welcoming place that stands out mainly for its hamburgers, beef sandwiches and salads. It is proud of the quality ingredients with which its dishes are made. For example, the hamburger is handmade, 100% meat, gluten free and minced in the house every day. The beef sandwiches are of loin steak and the beefsteaks on the plate are of entrecôte, very tender and juicy. It also offers vegetarian options and various homemade desserts to finish the meal in the best way. It has a coffee shop and a very inviting terrace on sunny days.

Nun’Álvares Restaurant bets all its assets on Portuguese cuisine. The atmosphere is homemade and authentic, with simple and pleasant facilities. Usually, regular customers come to this restaurant. Nun’Álvares Restaurant proposes you to try hake, broth or seafood. However, there are other options. It is also one of the good places to eat ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ ” (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), but if it is not the day for that dish, you can try other typical Portuguese delicacies, such as hake fillets with ‘salada Russa’ (salad with potatoes, carrots, peas and green beans) with homemade mayonnaise. As far as desserts are concerned, the restaurant advises you to try the chocolate mousse. The service is friendly and the prices are competitive.

Restaurante Oporto Cafe is located right in the heart of Foz, one of the most exclusive areas of the city, and occupies the old and emblematic Shipwreck Relief building. From the same owners of the restaurant Oporto, this space is elegant and distinguished, from where you can enjoy the view of the sea, enjoying the menu of appetizers, sandwiches or Portuguese cuisine.
Ideal for enjoying a sunny day, strolling along the waterfront and ending up well accompanied by the dishes presented and customer service and attentive service to all who choose Oporto Café to enjoy a special meal.

The Palmeira Restaurant is an exquisite space, located in downtown Porto. At Palmeira Restaurant you can enjoy typical Portuguese meals, meals that combine tradition with taste. In its space the necessary conditions are gathered to hold lunches and dinners in a warm environment. They are also prepared to hold special events such as parties, dinners for two and group lunches or dinners. The Palmeira Restaurant privileges then the best of the Portuguese gastronomy, not without cod dishes or the ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used). Its cuisine bets on tradition, through the confection of various delicacies of our country, respecting the quality that these require.

The restaurant Peza Arroz was born in 1944, still under the name Casa de Melgaço, and owes its name to the nickname of the owner’s great-grandfather. It is rustic and welcoming, located in the riverside area of Porto, and it serves good homemade dishes of traditional Portuguese cuisine. It is a great place to rest and regain energy, and then continue visiting the riverside area. The pleasant space outside overlooking the Douro River and the not less friendly staff of the space stand out, and you can enjoy some “Tripas à moda do Porto” (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), or a Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), or “bacalhau à marinheiro” (codfish fillets, soaked in seafood broth, roasted in the oven with clams, shrimps, peppers and onions), or grilled beefsteak on the dish, among others, while enjoying one of the most emblematic views of Porto and Gaia, savoured with a glass of wine.

With a privileged location, Porto Douro offers a varied menu, mainly of Portuguese cuisine, but not only. At lunchtime you can enjoy one of our home-made economy rates with plenty of meat and fish alternatives. It also has a snack bar service, which highlights the various types of Francesinha, such as “Francesinha à Porto Douro” and “shank Francesinha”, hotdogs or sandwiches with Serra da Estrela cheese. Given its space, it is a good alternative for dinner or group lunches. Occasionally there is live music at night.

If you are the type of person who loves to try all kinds of new foods, this restaurant is for you. The interesting fusion of Japanese cuisine with the richness of the Portuguese attitude results in a show of different tastes than usual. Located on Rua Ramalho Ortigão, a step away from the Allies, this establishment specializing in Ramen works every day to win the happiness and trust of customers by the belly, taking them on a journey of gastronomic culture full of possibilities that leave anyone guts.

At Restaurante Ro, the name derives from ramen. Ro is ramen, but not only. Ramen is usually composed of a type of Chinese noodles, a soup with broth based on pork bones, fish or chicken, and seasoned with a tarare base (sauce) that gives flavor to the base broth. Here you will find Japanese-based ramens and, as people often say, with a “Portuguese attitude of travel and discovery with little prejudice and without limits of influence”. You can also try okonomiyakis, a kind of Japanese pancakes, donburis, rice bowls with toppings and various starters, croquettes, mushrooms, chicken wings, beef tartar or spicy tuna and desserts. The house drinks are ro hai and there is also a generous drink list.

Café S. Lázaro stands out for being a familiar, pleasant and welcoming space with background music. It is a great place for a quick break, whether for a coffee, cream or snack, like a sandwich or one of its many delicious snacks. Every day offers several alternatives of daily dishes at reduced prices. There are always several choices of meat and fish dishes. In addition to the catering service, you can come to Café S. Lázaro to play “luck games” or use the Payshop service.

Opened in January 2017, Scala Palace is a restaurant that servs seafood, tapas and snacks. You will have several snacks at your disposal, such as our well-known patties, “pica-pau” or gizzards and a wide range of meat and fish dishes, with a special highlight for seafood dishes. It also has a great offer of Francesinhas, from the normal, the house special, the vegetarian or even an original Francesinha with tuna steak. There are also size XL and XXL Francesinha for the hungriest. The space is very comfortable and its decoration is pleasant. You will surely have a good time at Scala Palace.

Open since April 2016, the Restaurant Sonetos offers a space where you can enjoy the best flavours of the national gastronomy, with tasty delicacies or, as they say, “authentic poems for the palate”. With a simple but very pleasant decoration, where the comfort and well-being of the customer are a constant concern, you can enjoy the pleasures of traditional cuisine, such as veal chop, codfish, Portuguese stew or ‘Tripas à Moda do Porto’ (a traditional dish from Porto, made with various types of meat, tripe, sausages and white beans, served with rice), without missing the indispensable Francesinhas (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), ex-libris of the city. We highlight the “Francesinha” in puff pastry, a variation of the traditional Francesinha, an original recipe of the house, which attracts many of its customers.

The Take Time Restaurant invites you to spend a pleasant moment, in the company of those you like best and in the company of good food. It has cafeteria service and bar service, and the space can be reserved for events such as birthdays or group dinners. The speciality is actually its cuisine, with bets on traditional Portuguese cuisine and the offer of dishes included in menus, at very competitive prices. The menu includes dishes such as veal “à jardineira” (served with potatoes, carrots and peas), grilled bream, hake fillets, grilled feasts, game sausage, “carne de porco à Alentejana” (pork with clams), grilled horse mackerel, gizzards cooked by the chef (house speciality), grilled ribs “à lagareiro” (cooked in olive oil) , Tripas à moda do Porto” (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), just to mention a few. There is a take-away service.

Tapabento Restaurant opened its doors in Porto in 2014, but, according to its motto, with its soul in the world. For this, local and daily products are chosen, which are cooked with the passion of the flavours of the world, creating and recreating memories of other times and places. Clams, razors, oysters, fish soup, potato tortilla, tuna tataki, fish curry and seafood are some of the specialties. It is a welcoming space, which excels with its fun staff, receiving the daily visit of people from all corners, local or far away, with the pleasure of having Porto and the world seated at the table. In this house, the team mixes countries and languages, making it easier to welcome and colour the atmosphere.

Tram, a restaurant in the heart of old town, features modern décor in a warm atmosphere and a splendid outdoor terrace overlooking the Douro River. Its menu is rooted in traditional Italian and Portuguese cuisine in a contemporary approach. In order to please its customers, Tram’s focus is essentially on pizzas, risottos, pastas and specialties such as Francesinha, “bacalhau com broa” (codfish), pork knuckle, among others. Due to its location, careful presentation and gastronomy, the space becomes inviting, not only in terms of tourism, but also for all who pass by.

Universal Restaurant was founded in 1959, but only since 2001 is it under the current management.
In order to combine the quality of service and products at affordable prices, meeting the specific needs of customers, this establishment excels in qualifying in this area of ​​activity of its employees and for a close and careful service.
With grill service, vegetarian dishes and dishes of the day, in a menu where Portuguese cuisine takes precedence, the Universal Restaurant is also suitable for group dinners, social gatherings and birthdays, with background music and television broadcasting of sporting events.

Restaurante Verde Minho serves traditional Portuguese food. You can taste in the same space the famous Francesinha (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish), or a tasty fish, or a meat dish, accompanied by a good wine. The menu has a generous offer, which can vary depending on the day, but you will always find a choice of soup, fish dishes, such as grilled bream or ‘codfish à Braga’ (fried codfish, served with a lot of onions, chips and pickles), meat dishes, such as ‘feijoada à Transmontana’ (a Portuguese dish prepared with red beans or large white beans, ears, snout and smoked pork and various types of sausages; it can take tomatoes, cabbage, carrots and other seasonings; it is usually accompanied by white rice), veal small steaks, black pork steaks, veal cutlet with potatoes cooked in their skin, laminated picanha, grilled veal on a stick or cutlet, among others. This is a place where you can feel the true spirit of the city of Porto, with a warm atmosphere and very competitive prices.

Your Palace is a refined and elegant space with a pleasant atmosphere and a wide variety of dishes. Its francesinha, made from the best ingredients, is, in fact, the highlight of this place, which presents several variations of this dish, such as the normal francesinha, the Your Palace francesinha and the XL and XXL francesinhas for the sweet tooth. As a starter, it is recommended that you start with one of your well-known patties. In addition to francesinhas, Your Palace offers a wide range of traditional Portuguese fish and meat dishes, such as small sardines with tomato rice, squid and prawns with straw potatoes, turkey stroganoff or classic Porto-style casings.

Passers by Rittos Taberna immediately realize that they are facing a genuine establishment from which they can bring a story to tell. Inside you will find a simple place made for people looking for simple flavors. Rittos Taberna, as its name implies, has to have a tavern ritual, that is, it is an appetizing place to snack, with cheese or cold meat, accompanied by a good drink, to enjoy in the evening. This establishment also has daily, affordable menus with soups, meat and fish options, francesinha, burgers and hotdogs or, on request, cabidela rice.

If you want to spend a pleasant evening savouring delicacies of Portuguese food in a cosy space, the Roma Restaurant, equipped with air conditioning, can be in this space. With a varied menu, it focuses on Portuguese cuisine, with a selection of dishes made at the moment. Along with the dishes, many of them regional and local, created, according to their own, “with love for our cooks”. Roma Restaurante also offers a generous selection of drinks and various proposals for the most gluttonous customers, such as fresh bread, various fruits or your cheesecake, ideal for desserts. It has a special daily lunch menu. You can also enjoy free Wi-Fi to share photos with your friends.

Opening its doors in Porto in 2002, Rota do Chá is today a tea house offering its visitors a wide variety of options for this famous old drink, over 300 if that was your question.
Visitors to this establishment, inspired by tea-making environments like India, Morocco, China and Japan, find an ideal place to relax and get carried away to other continents, right in the city center.
Accompanying your choice of tea, delicious homemade scones and cakes are recommended, with the Tea Route offering lunch menus for all those who want a fuller meal.

Opened in 2013, it is a bar which opens to the street, with music, concerts and snacks. In the middle of downtown Porto, it tries to bring the street to the street, in this reciprocity of undergoing, experiences and smells. The Rua occupies an old building in the area, with a characteristic interior patio. The architectural project of adaptation to the bar sought to realise the idea of approaching the street, of integration and continuity, using elements and materials from the exterior urbanity, such as the granite of the pavement, the balcony iron bars, the typical tiles and the urban graffiti. On the menu, you can find various solutions for drinking and snacking, ‘potatoes bravas’ (extremely spicy potatoes), padrón peppers, tibornas (similar to a Bruschetta), among others, and even a puff pastry Francesinha.

After years of growth in several of the main cafés in Porto, the founders of Ruial decided to establish themselves on their own and, in 1992, Café Ruial was created. It presents itself as a traditional place, distinguished by the quality of its speciality – the famous Francesinha. Traditional, with a sauce “behind the ear” – the most commonly praised ingredient – and the French fries, homemade, peeled by hand and always fried on the spot, make this Francesinha one to consider. Also known by the typical Portuguese little hotdogs and other dishes, which are characterised by the traditional taste of homemade dishes, it is an excellent option for any occasion.

At Ruth Pastry there is food for all tastes and moments of the day. You can have your snack or breakfast and try some of our toastes and sandwiches, accompanied by a coffee or natural juice. Or you can spend lunch time and enjoy one of our economical menus of the day featuring meat, fish and vegetarian options including drinks and coffee. You can also try one of our famous quiches, one of our juicy hamburgers and one of our homemade desserts. Regardless of the time of your visit and what you choose to enjoy, you will be welcomed with sympathy and you will leave satisfied.

In northern Portugal you can find a restaurant with flavors of northern Brazil. At Sabores da Amazônia we can count on a Brazilian restaurant with typical Amazonian food, also having the themed day of Minas Gerais food. In the menu you can count on Brazilian fruit juices, acai, which accompanies or mixes in various dishes, wind pastries, bacuri and cupuaçu cream, piracuru, fried beast pastries of various flavors, sweet and savory tapioca, cheese breads Minas Gerais, Brazilian beers, among others. Every day you can find a different dish and a staff to feel good about and accompany you on this Amazonian experience.

The project Sabores da Invicta emerged from knowledge, experience and passion. With about twenty years of experience in the field and knowledge about its location, they decided to venture into a project of their own. The main focus of Sabores da Invicta is the traditional Portuguese pastries and cuisine, both Portuguese and foreign, which is the reason why its clientele returns. “The passion for what we do” is the motto of this establishment, which promises to delight people with the various flavours it has to offer. The pastry shop is varied, you can try typical Portuguese sweets and not only and you can order for parties and ceremonies. Also in the meals the offer is varied.

Sabores Monásticos is a registered trademark that sells Portuguese regional products, many of them originating in the Varosa valley. The headquarters is located in Salzedas, a predominantly agricultural historical settlement which is part of the vineyard villages of the Douro. Salzedas is also the name of a Cistercian monastery, Santa Maria de Salzedas, which began to be built on January 20th, 1168, under the leadership of D. Teresa Afonso, widow of Egas Moniz, one of the founders of Portugal. Its mission is to bring to customers the best products of small farmers, still handcrafted, from ceramics, welfare products, wines, liquors and grocery products.

Sagardi is a restaurant that pays homage to its origins, the Basque Country, a unique territory with its own ancestral culture, where cuisine is the center of life. Through chef Iñaki López de Viñaspre, Sagardi offers a product cuisine, true and authentic, recovering traditional flavors. His desire is to share the authenticity of Basque gastronomic culture with all its products and the knowledge of the old Basque grills. The best pieces of red meat, “txuleton”, freshly caught wild fish, exclusive vegetables from your garden, free of GMOs and full of flavor, and a careful selection of local wines. From the producer to the table.

Sai Cão is a traditional Portuguese food restaurant. With daily dishes at competitive prices, with menus that include bread, soup, main course and drink. However, the lead role of Sai Cão is really its ‘posta à Mirandesa’ (thick heavy beef steak), which, according to many customers, is considered the best in town, accompanied with potatoes, rice and salad. The menu contains other traditional Portuguese dishes, with dishes like horse mackerel, several codfish dishes, veal roasted in the oven, omelettes, among others. The atmosphere is welcoming, familiar and traditional, bringing together different generations. Here you can count on that familiarity from the employees, who treat the customers as if they were part of the house.

Contrary to what one might think, there is no relationship between Café Porto Santo and the island of the archipelago of Madeira with the same name. In this case “Porto Santo” is the junction between the city of Porto and the owners’ roots, the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo. In this establishment, you will find a wide variety of dishes and snacks. At lunchtime you can enjoy and try one of your dishes of the day, taking advantage of the economic menus that include soup and drink. The service is friendly and familiar and the space is welcoming and pleasantly decorated. For example, while having your meal or coffee, you can admire the various clocks that are on the wall with the time zone of different countries.

Officially founded in 1959, Café Santiago had opened doors before as a grazing house and tavern. Francesinha Santiago has always been the main reference of the establishment, having emerged as a result of the refining of typical Francesinha do Porto by members of the Pereira family. Its carefully selected ingredients, 100% artisanal cooking processes and the well-known special sauce whose recipe is a family secret, give Francesinha Santiago the highest reference status in national cuisine. Santiago F emerged in 2011 from the need to expand the business in light of the remarkable demand felt in the original space.

Officially founded in 1959, Café Santiago had opened doors before as a grazing house and tavern. Francesinha Santiago has always been the main reference of the establishment, having emerged as a result of the refining of typical Francesinha do Porto by members of the Pereira family. Its carefully selected ingredients, 100% artisanal cooking processes and the well-known special sauce whose recipe is a family secret, give Francesinha Santiago the highest reference status in national cuisine. Santiago F emerged in 2011 from the need to expand the business in light of the remarkable demand felt in the original space.

Sarmas is a restaurant with a sophisticated and modern decoration, which gives it a warm and cosy atmosphere, inviting to abstraction and to take an effective break. The bet is clear, confection of dishes based on traditional Portuguese cuisine, with a varied and different offer every day. There are options of soup, there may be cream of vegetables, cabbage soup, green beans soup, julienne soup, there are options of fish, such as codfish ‘pataniscas’ (they consist of pieces of shredded cod fried in wheat flour, seasoned with salt and sometimes pepper and parsley; they have a flattened or spherical irregular shape, if fried in abundant fat and are about 8-12 cm in diameter), roasted sea bass, hake velvet, “bacalhau à Gomes de Sá” (a casserole of codfish, potatoes, eggs, olives, olive oil and onion),hake fillets, among others, and meat options, with stewed veal, breaded chicken, lasagna, roasted ribs, “carne de porco à Alentejana” (pork with clams), among many others.

Say Cheese is a shop specialised in cheese and wine with an area for tasting and conviviality. The shop area is right at the entrance of the new space and has several national and international suggestions that you can take home. There are boards that can be accompanied with sweets, jams and wine glasses. At the end of the room, after passing the shop, there is the tasting area. Everything that arrives at the table has cheese, of course, and that which varies are the accompaniments. You can go through the shop window and choose three, five or seven of your favourite cheeses. You can add side dishes such as chutney, jam, olives or dried fruit. There are also drink tastings, with advice on the cheese to go with them.

Semea is based on casual sharing. Semea, which means ‘son’ in Basque, is an extension of the vision and influences of Chef Vasco Coelho Santos. He was born in June 2018 and is the “son” of Euskalduna Studio. A more casual space where Chef Vasco Coelho Santos presents dishes with a modern and irreverent approach. In the restaurant, customers are invited to an informal and welcoming atmosphere. The food is a combination of fresh ingredients and the Portuguese essence. They respect the core of the product, so that the result is a sustainable menu, which results from the combination of excellent ingredients. Highlights include toast and ice cream, mother dough bread, Wellington oxtail, just to name a few.

On April 25, 1947, Vicente Peres founded the Sical-Coffee Importer Society. A few years later, the Sical Cafeteria took another step, starting to serve coffee by the cup and continues with the transformation of the place into a cultural landmark, enriching its walls, in 1964, with two tile panels by Júlio Resende. In 2017, the master António Bessa, apprentice of Julio Resende, adds to the estate of the house another work. Confeitaria SICAL is currently a modern space with a relaxed atmosphere that complements the sophisticated views of downtown Porto with its own brand coffee. You can go with a refined pastry, varied sandwiches, toasts, natural juices and teas.

Sinatra’s is a café, snack bar, situated in the historic centre of Porto, in a space with a decoration without great artifices, which gives it a familiar and welcoming atmosphere, typical of the old cafés of the city. It has extended opening hours and billiards on the lower floor, you can smoke in the space, tobacco is sold and there is free Wi-Fi network. It can be the ideal place to take a coffee break, or to have breakfast or a snack, with a varied offer of pastry and bakery, as well as to have a complete meal. The bet is on the traditional Portuguese cuisine and every day there are different dishes, inserted in menus with very competitive prices. There are Francesinhas (a sandwich from the city of Porto, consisting of sausage, fresh sausage, ham, cold meats and beef steak, covered with cheese later melted; it is garnished with a tomato, beer and piri-piri sauce and can be served with French fries as a side dish)and special hotdogs.

If we went into a cafe in the 80s of the 20th century, it was rare that there was no pool table. This sport, allegedly created in the 15th century, had its first great Portuguese champion in 1936, named Alfredo Ferraz. In Portugal there was no billiards, not least because the Portuguese champion competed for the title while enrolled in the Spanish Federation, but what is certain is that it has become one of Portuguese favorite sports. Snooker Café is one of the few places where you can enjoy this sport, as well as having breakfast, lunch, snacks and having a meal. It has varied pastries and snacks, hot dogs, sandwiches, francesinha and a generous list of drinks.

Snopão is a self-made pastry and bakery. It features a wide range of bread, with several hot bread buns a day to satisfy your customers. It also has a good supply of fine pastries, producing, for example, delicious miniatures, Húngaros, Natas or palmiers. This is a good place for breakfast or lunch, as it offers very affordable rates every day. Their snack bar service is also quite complete, with various sandwiches, pizzas, francesinhas, hot dogs or Pregos. Finally, it provides cakes for all kinds of celebrations such as weddings, birthdays and baptisms.

Socalcos Vinhos & Gourmet emerged in a rehabilitated building, next to the former Ferreira Borges Market, being the modern version of the Infante Cabaz Wine Cellar. This is owned by Mr. Manuel Pinto, Socalcos is owned by Bruno Pinto, the son who follows the knowledge of the family. Large and clean, Socalcos’ proposal is to provide a pleasant space for tourists and locals to make their choice comfortably between the various brands of Port and table wines, including a range of so-called “superior” wines. To add to the careful selection of wines, we can find a set of gourmet products, such as cheese and composites, that complement the taste of the most demanding.

In the historic area of Porto, opposite the Ferreira Borges Market, is one of the city’s rare and well-restored old courtyards. Inside, in a house that was adapted for that purpose, we find the Solar do Patio. A cozy, rustic-style room where the wood and granite stand out, with a fireplace, rustic tables and a terrace. Solar do Pátio serves as a bar and restaurant, serving from appetizers and francesinhas, to various dishes, the specialty being the roast beef with straw potatoes, but with great diversity of meat and fish dishes. Find a wine cellar with emphasis to the Douro and Alentejo regions.

This restaurant was born in 1905, as Casa de Pasto, changing its name later in the 60’s to Solar Moinho de Vento. According to some testimonials and writings of the time, it was with this name that Portuguesa fado diva, Amália Rodrigues, acted in this space.
Renovated in 2002, this centenary restaurant is renowned for its traditional Portuguese food and its award-winning wine list. In our menu we highlight Ribs Rice with vegetables, Octopus Rice and “Pica no Chão” (traditional chicken rice), among several other options. In addition to top quality dishes, Solar Moinho de Vento offers a warm atmosphere and a caring and friendly service.

Starbucks is a coffee chain that has been in existence since 1971, when it opened its first store in Seattle (United States), with more than 15,000 stores in 50 countries.
Starbucks strives to use only the finest, ethically produced Arabica beans in its products. In addition to coffee, Starbucks also offers a selection of exclusive teas in its stores, varied pastries of American and Portuguese origin, as well as other delicious surprises.
In addition to the services it offers, this is also a meeting point for the surrounding community, becoming part of the daily routine of its customers.

Starbucks is a coffee chain that has been in existence since 1971, when it opened its first store in Seattle (United States), with more than 15,000 stores in 50 countries.
Starbucks strives to use only the finest, ethically produced Arabica beans in its products. In addition to coffee, Starbucks also offers a selection of exclusive teas in its stores, varied pastries of American and Portuguese origin, as well as other delicious surprises.
In addition to the services it offers, this is also a meeting point for the surrounding community, becoming part of the daily routine of its customers.

Sublime Caffé is an excellent place, whether you want to take a break for a short rest or a quick a meal. Here, you will find a wide range of snacks and pastries, including “queijadas” and “pastel de nata” (cream pastry), as well as muffins and other cakes. Our “francesinha”, served in normal and rustic bread, is one of our main specialties, as well as our hotdogs. We also serve croissants and a wide variety of sandwiches, such as American sandwiches, bread with steak or “bifana”. In addition, you will find in Sublime a cozy space with a family atmosphere.

Is it a café? Is it a pastry shop? Or a hostel? A place to work? An art gallery? A guest house? A beer garden? A house? A space for concerts? A restaurant? An insta gem? A meeting point? A central café? Yes, Supernova is all this, at the same time. If you want, it is the ideal place to have your head on the Moon, because all the decoration goes around the Moon, the planets, the comets and the galaxies. The aim is to serve guests, but also all those who pass by there. They have yogurt bowls with homemade granola, fruit and honey, brownies and homemade cakes, vegetarian dips, salads, and also toasts, such as Supernova, the star of the company and “the first sandwich to travel in space”, as it reads on the menu.

Suribachi is the oldest vegetarian and macrobiotic restaurant in Porto, offering its guests meal and snack services.
The delicacies served at this proven establishment reflect the landmark status recognized by all those who follow a vegetarian or macrobiotic lifestyle.
In addition to the meal service, it has a shop in its space where it sells a careful selection of dietary and natural food products.
Suribachi also has its own bakery and pastry production, always with a healthy orientation.

The Taberna da Gata is a restaurant space that was thought to snack in the evening. The context and the offer redirected the project. The context made the option of take-away and home delivery to be offered, as well as daily menus. The offer is related to the success of his chocolate cake, initially thought to be sold by slice, became the target of many orders. On the menu you can find chicken with beer, squid beans, steaks with mushrooms, roast lamb or roast veal. In the snacks you can choose the podium, which is what they call the three most requested suggestions of the menu – roasted eggs, balls of “alheiras” (a type of Portuguese sausage, made with meats and bread) and goat cheese and “rojões” (diced pork) with chestnuts.

The Taberna do Doutor owes its name to a friend and client of the owner, who was a cardiologist, but also a writer and painter, and who always encouraged him to expand the business. After Sinatra’s, in the surroundings, he opened the “Taberna do Doutor” (Doctor’s Tavern), to create a space that pays homage to the traditional Portuguese cuisine, where codfish is the protagonist. In the menu, you will find codfish boiled with chickpeas, à la Braga (fried codfish served with chips and fried sliced onions), à la Rosa do Adro (boiled codfish which is then roasted; it can be served with mashed potatoes or boiled potatoes), à la Brás (Portuguese dish made from shreds of salted cod, onions and thinly chopped (matchstick-sized) fried potatoes, all bound with scrambled eggs. It is usually garnished with black olives and sprinkled with fresh parsley) or baked on the plate, without forgetting other versions of the faithful friend, as the codfish salad, cakes or ‘pataniscas’ (they consist of pieces of shredded cod fried in wheat flour, seasoned with salt and sometimes pepper and parsley; they have a flattened or spherical irregular shape, if fried in abundant fat and are about 8-12 cm in diameter). There are other options, mainly of meat, as the steak à la ‘doutor’ (cooked in a very specific house manner), of veal, but there are also ‘Tripas à moda do Porto’ (the most representative dish of Porto that dates back to the time of the Portuguese Discoveries is cooked with tripe and fat meat, accompanied with thick slices of dark bread; today instead of bread white beans are used), cooked as the tradition dictates, as if it was the grandmother cooking.

At Taparikas – Pecado das Tapas, you will find, as the name implies, a “tapas” (snacks) restaurant, but it is much more than that. It also sells regional products, such as cheese, and has a varied menu, with the specialty being steak or cod loin on hot volcanic stones. With menus suggested by the staff to suit individual tastes, it is worth going to Taparikas for the food but also for the atmosphere. If you choose to share a meal, the choice must fall on the cheese, sausages or salmon boards. The next step will be to dive into the snacks, as we have choices for everyone, like sausages, fish, seafood, vegetables, among others. You can also choose the “francesinha”.

With a privileged location, right in front of the emblematic São João National Theater, Tapas da Batalha is a restaurant specialized in tapas and traditional wines from the Douro region. With its pleasant and welcoming space, it is the perfect place to rest during a walk downtown while snacking on regional tapas and having a glass of wine. You can also use the Tapas da Batalha as a meeting point for friends. Thanks to their shape, the tapas allow you to taste a wide range of specialties in one meal, while satisfying you with a wide range of snacks.

Tapas n’Friends brand has been growing, already having several spaces in operation in Lisbon and Porto. Its concept is sharing food, with over 50 tapas to choose from, with Portuguese, Spanish and Italian influence, ideal for sharing with friends in a relaxed atmosphere. You can choose, for example, Bulhão Pato clams, codfish fritters, mushrooms stuffed with ham and quail egg, fried cuttlefish with tartar sauce. Along with sharing food, there is a signature line of natural juices that accompany tapas. It is the ideal place for a late afternoon after work with friends, as well as for a late night weekend. Ideal for sharing moments.

Tasc’Art defines itself as a corner of good flavors with typical Portuguese dishes, delicious desserts and handmade ice creams from the well-known Porto brand Neveiros. Every day offers a lunch menu, where, for an economical price, you can enjoy a complete homemade meal with a choice of meat, fish or vegetarian dish. On the menu you will also find several options of traditional Portuguese cuisine, from which the acclaimed francesinha stands out and a wide variety of vegetarian dishes. It is a comfortable and welcoming space with a terrace with a very pleasant terrace and a family decor.

A welcoming space, situated in the heart of Porto, characterised by a familiar and informal atmosphere, a simple decoration, without any great artifice, in which you will always be welcomed by your host, Nuno himself. Tasca do Nuno is a place to be with friends, to take a coffee break and read the newspaper or to have a meal. With a bet on the traditional Portuguese cuisine, Tasca do Nuno has a daily service, serving different dishes every day, which you can enjoy taking advantage of the menus with coffee and drink, at very competitive prices. There is also a selection of typically Portuguese snacks that you have at your disposal to try and order again.

In the commercial heart of Porto was born the Taste Burguer, a handcrafted hamburger, which offers customers a dining experience and a welcoming space where they can hang out with friends, or with co-workers, or with family. The menu is varied, has a large offer of hamburgers, in bread or on the plate, and also has vegetarian option, which can be accompanied with either mushroom sauce, or spicy sauce, or Italy sauce. And chips, of course. There is also lasagna, steak in bread or on a plate, highlighting the” special one” in rustic bread with basil and garlic, wraps, salads and desserts, with crepes, waffles and petit gateau. In summer there is terrace.

Since its inauguration in 1935, Tavi has assumed itself as one of the most respected traditional confectioneries in Porto. Its space was remodeled in 2006, with a fabulous terrace where guests can enjoy sea views. It has broadened its range of finer products and contemporary desserts, as well as a restaurant service with an original interpretation of traditional snacks. The lunch menu offers executive, light and children’s options and throughout the day they serve breakfast, yogurt, sandwiches, crepes and desserts.

Tavi opened its doors in a centenary building, in front of the historic and original confectionery with the same name. Featuring a variety of more than two dozen self-made breads, this bakery also offers a range of budget menus, including pizza, salads, sandwiches, daily specials and sweet and savory specialties. Tavi produces 3,000 units of bread in batches every 15 minutes, with the first one leaving early in the day to meet the breakfast needs of all its customers.

The TeAmo tea room has homemade cakes made daily and invites you to take a break to taste one of its sweets. It is a restaurant space with breakfast and brunch specialities. The space is cosy, sophisticated and modern, with a big window to the street, inviting to a moment of calm from the outside noise. The menu is varied, there is coffee, slices of the cake of the day, scones with a choice of side dishes, scrambled eggs, toast, pancakes with toppings, soup of the day, slices of quiche, pies, salted muffins, toasts and sandwiches – tuna, chicken, egg, American, mixed. There is also a wide range of drinks, from cold drinks to hot drinks, such as hot chocolate or teas, bag or leaf.

Tempura-me – Gastronomic Shop is the latest project by Isabel Canhola, owner of Tapabento S. Bento, a mix of gastronomic shop and restaurant. The menu consists of snacks to take and eat wherever you feel like and the gastronomic shop promotes a variety of products that you can enjoy in the comfort of your home. They bet on the elaboration of creative and quality food, with focus on taste, to take and deliver, with various rice dishes, such as fried rice, which can be vegetarian or chicken, among other options, and products such as cheese, jam, wine, olive oil, honey, teas, biscuits, preserves, olives and ice cream; these are some of the products you can buy to take home.

Teppan Sushi & Teppanyaki opened here in 2012, after the success of the first space in the Edifício Transparente. It offers a classic sushi and fusion alternative of high quality, combined with Japanese hot dishes, grilled in the traditional teppanyaki plate and made by the chef, in show cooking, with the ingredients and spices selected by the customer. At lunch you will have a wide variety of sushi and teppanyaki at its free buffet, where you can eat as much as you like. At dinner we suggest two options, no restrictions, the first with classic sushi and teppanyaki and the second with classic sushi, hot sushi and teppanyaki. There is also the option to choose from other specialities.

Tex Mex Factory opened in 2019 and it is the result of a Brazilian couple’s passion for the city of Porto. They decided to open a restaurant dedicated to Tex Mex cuisine, a fusion of Texan and Mexican flavours, which would bring palates from the other side of the Atlantic. With a thematic decoration, Mexican style, it is a space that brings together style and flavours, especially the totopos with guacamole, pico de gallo, meat or vegetarian chili, the Nacho Supreme with three sauces to accompany or the Tex Mex hamburger, you can choose the level of spicy. There is also a sweet burrito with ‘brigadeiro’ (chocolate moist cake, filled with chocolate and covered in chocolate chips), strawberry and Kit Kat chocolate. As far as drinks are concerned, there are several Mexican ones, such as the famous Margarita, presented here in eight versions.

This is the first restaurant in Portugal from The Good Burger chain. TGB presents itself as a “quality alternative to traditional fast-food, less formal and more affordable.” Its menu features hamburgers 100% beef, chicken and vegetarian, served in a unique bread with patented recipe, accompanied by various types of fries. It also serves hotdogs, tex-mex nachos, cheese and jalapeno small balls, chicken wings and onion rings. One of its novelties is the Slim Burger, with only 290 calories. It also features other healthy alternatives like bowls and salads. It has arcade machines where you can play while you wait for your meal.

Thali is an Indian restaurant where you can taste the aromas and flavors of India. In fact, a meal at Thali is a culinary journey through this country known for its intense flavors. There is plenty to explore at Thali. You can risk a spicier dish or play it safe and order a spicier one. You can choose a meat dish or a vegetarian dish and you should try one of the many entrees available. You may decide to accompany your meal with the traditional naan and try the typical Lassi drink. Anyway, if you are a connoisseur of Indian food you will be pleased, if you are a beginner you will surely leave Thali with a desire to explore this rich cuisine further.

This space is intended to offer our clients a true experience of Asian street food with a North America southwestern flair.
The products used at Thamel Restaurant & Cocktails are a combination of imports from authentic markets and the freshest local produce.
The signature cocktails that accompany our food are prepared with delicious fresh fruits and spices.
Thamel’s philosophy is based on the idea that the passion we cherish for food should be reflected in our dishes and careful service, taking the customer on a trip through Nepal, Tibet, China, India and America.

The Gin House is a modern and refined place in downtown Porto that features over 100 references of gins and tonics served by a friendly and competent staff. Regardless of wanting a simpler gin, or a more aromatic, fruity or even sweet one, you will certainly find what you want among the huge diversity of alternatives on our menu. The only difficulty is the choice. It is the ideal place for connoisseurs of gin and more, since its sophisticated and cosmopolitan environment is appealing to all types of public. You can drink your gin on our pleasant terrace or in our refined interior space. The Gin House also offers a larger space where you can dance and have a good time.

The Royal Club is a bar specialized in signature cocktail art that combines comfort with quality service. Your cocktail menu is signed by the experienced and award winning senior bartenders of the house. It is housed in a 100-year-old historic building and its ambience and décor draw inspiration from the old speakeasy. On one of the floors, you can play a Monopoly game where you roll the dice and have to have the lucky cocktail. In this game there is the possibility of having to pay everyone a cocktail at the table or having to have a cocktail chosen by the bartender. Given the quality and originality of the products, this fate can hardly be considered unlucky.

The Village – Wine Shop is a project which was born in December 2004 and which comes from a passion for the flavours of Portuguese wines. It is a wine shop of reference to buy the best wines, liqueurs, spirits, regional cheeses and gourmet products of Portugal. It is a shop for connoisseurs, for tasters, but also to relax and have a glass of wine. Here you will find wines of all kinds, with careful selections: red wines such as Pêra Manca, Barca Velha, among others; white wines such as Mirabilis; national and international champagnes; Port wines, with harvests dating as back as 1937; and a selection of spirits, focusing on various types of whisky.

Topázio is a small cafe and snack bar, with a cozy atmosphere and a family service. Here, you can take a break to read the newspaper over coffee or cake. It is also an excellent place for a meal. You can choose your specialty, which is the francesinha, highly praised for its sauce and the quality of the ingredients. At lunchtime you can order one of their traditional dishes, accompanied by homemade soup. You also have other options at your disposal like the Steak à Topázio, the nail in the plate or the dog. If you prefer fish, you can try Bacalhau à Braga, grilled salmon or hake fillets.

Cakes, cakes and more cakes. Looking for a cake for a birthday? Torta de Noz does. Looking for a christening cake? Nut pie does. Do you want to celebrate the golden anniversary and need a cake? Torta de Noz does. The idea has already been realized. With own confectionery manufacture, bet on personalization. If you are looking to make a specific cake, for all occasions, Torta de Noz is made to order. For example, for the little ones, you can order a party-themed cake, with the movie or TV hero, like Hello Kitty or Spider-Man. In addition to thematic cakes, you can order here all kinds of pies, pies and half cold and you have the most modern techniques of cake design in cakes and cupcakes.

Right in the heart of Porto, Tostinhas Expresso offers a menu that allows those who visit to use at their leisure, whether for breakfast, snack, have a drink or have a full meal. Tostinhas offers an eclectic menu, combined with the eclecticism of the people who come to your door, with options for light meals – soups, appetizers, cheese and cold meat boards, patties, olives, lupins, among others – and with dining options complete – with a wide variety of toasts, meat, fish or vegetarian, francesinha, special steaks, steaks, among others – and options to sweeten your mouth – mousse, pudding, fruit.

Touriga Vinhos de Portugal is a classic wine cellar dedicated to the promotion, marketing and discovery of wines from neighboring regions of Porto. In Touriga you can find all the different styles and qualities of Porto wine, Douro wines, Dão wines and, of course, green wines, Alvarinhos included. In this great adventure Touriga pays special attention to the signature wines of small producers. In this establishment you will find a set of competent and specialized professionals, able to advise you to choose the best wine for each occasion.

Trigo de Cantos is a restaurant that invites you to snack, socialize and enjoy. It is a typical northern tavern where you can taste the flavors of Amarante in an experience that should be shared. Taste the sausages, the francesinha in “Padronelo” bread, the sandwiches made with typical regional products and the exclusive wine, also produced in Amarante. The menu is full of regional products that should be enjoyed with time. For example, there is chorizo soup, where you can enjoy the best of northern smokehouses, starters such as olives, “pimentos padrão”, garlic bread and red-hot chorizo. There are various types of sandwiches for quick meals and cheese and meat boards to let time pass.

Do you want to gather some friends or have a relaxing cup of coffee with family and share quality moments? Truz Truz bakery is the ideal meeting place for those who like refined environments. This bakery is waiting for you to provide you with unique moments. It can be the ideal place to unwind, accompanied by a comforting cup of hot coffee or tea and tasty food. The air-conditioned spaces ensure a comfortable environment regardless of the weather outside. It has a varied selection of dishes and a great range of refreshing drinks. It has free Wi-Fi and takeaway service. Upon prior consultation, it has catering service.

Confeitaria Tupi has been in the heart of Baixa for over three decades. Recognized for its pastries, it is a meeting point for different generations of customers, attracting hundreds of visitors daily. The space has been renovated but remains, since 1987, as one of the icons of the restoration of Porto, especially due to its own pastry making. The new decoration retains the essence of the “original”, but adopts a modern style, providing greater comfort to those who visit. It also serves meals, with different dishes of the day, two of meat, pasta, salads and two of fish, ensuring the freshness of the fish directly from Bolhão. You can also try the francesinha here.

Founded almost 20 years ago, Tutti Quanti Caffè, located in the area of São João de Brito and near the Bessa viaduct, following a bistro type design, with a careful and original decoration, is a place where you can take a break and have a cup of tea or coffee, eat a cake or something salty, to the sound of ambient music, and make a purchase for yourself or a friend. You will find three distinct spaces – Caffè, Fashion and Props, Decoration/ Gifts – which are interconnected, in a unique identity. You can have a light meal in this space or take a break to have a drink or enjoy one of your snacks. They favour good taste, creativity and originality.

Let’s talk about couverts. If there are restaurants that put the tickets on the table without the customer asking, permission is requested here. However, according to customers, entries should be mandatory. The chef Luís Américo makes sure that all the confection is handmade and made on site. So, if you spread black garlic butter and paprika on a sweet, still warm, sweet potato bread, you need not ask where such delicacy will come from. Comes from the chef’s kitchen. And we are only talking about entries. With a strong focus on Portuguese cuisine, chef Luís Américo added simple things of direct flavors to his dishes, depending on the trips he made. In Typographia Progress one eats but also travels.

In 2013, the path of Uata?! Began – the hamburger shop which was born in Belém do Pará, Brazil, when there was only a trolley that stopped in front of the university. It has grown a lot since and today it has nine shops, also counting the two that you can find in Portugal, one in Coimbra and another in Porto. What you can find here are hamburgers with flavour coming from the other side of the Atlantic, always with a special seasoning. The offer is varied: you can choose beef, pork, chicken or vegetarian hamburgers, different types of cheese, crispy onions, among others, which you can accompany with cheese sticks or with your ‘uatatas’, chips – you can also choose sweet potatoes.

Like any self-respecting steakhouse, meat occupies a special place in Vaccarum. Here you can enjoy dishes based on the best grilled meat from Uruguay and Australia. Noteworthy is the t-bone, the tomahawk, the matured 400g loaf or the kebab. In addition to the meat dishes, Vaccarum also serves cod, tuna and swordfish dishes from Madeira and many other snacks, such as francesinha or tapas, moelas, pataniscas or octopus. The atmosphere is rustic and cozy and you can accompany all dishes with a craft beer or a wine specially advised by our staff.

Vale Doce Bakery and Pastry has a warm and familiar atmosphere, while also offering our guests easy parking in the immediate vicinity.
In addition to affordable lunches and dinners, our establishment includes a wide range of freshly baked breads, pastries and cakes that will make anyone’s mouth water. Among these options there are croissants and Jesuits, the specialties of this house.
One of its great attractions is Francesinha’s Happy Hour, a great opportunity to taste this typical Porto dish at a reduced price.

Located in downtown Porto, the fame of the Venham Mais 5 beef sandwiches has spread rapidly throughout the city. With a short menu, the most intense bet is on the quality of the products used in the confection of their dishes. The centre of attention is placed on the beef sandwich, served in bread, with sirloin and melted cheese – you can also order a version with Serra cheese. Almost at the same level of fame are their desserts, especially the chocolate cake, a delight that blends the lightness of a merengue chocolate sigh with chocolate mousse. The portions are generous and often shared by the table, since the very philosophy of the house invites the sharing of stories, conviviality and, there you have it, food.

In this refined and welcoming space, the vermouths are given a new expression, whether through a simple Martini, a classic Negroni or the signature cocktails, including the Fichi di Teresa or Il Verde di Turin, signed by senior bartenders. Then there are caipirinhas, mojitos, daiquiris, vodkas, tequilas, rum or liqueurs. The menu, signed by Chef Pedro Braga, offers you several Italian finger food options such as classic Focaccias Simples and / or Stuffed, Piadinas, Panzerotti or Italian delicatessen and cheese plates. However, if you want something sweeter you can always opt for the right Limoncello Mousse.

Vinoteca Wine Cellar and Wine Bar, located in the heart of Porto, is a “wine library” for its vast portfolio with references from all regions of our country and various types of wine (white, red, green, rosé, sparkling). It is also home to Niepoort, where you can taste from a simple Tawny to an exquisite Vintage. It has a specialized team that will accompany you on a journey of unforgettable sensations. After choosing the bottle of wine, choose one or two snacks to accompany and then take home your favorite wine. Benefit from the special crazy hour discount that runs every day of the week from 5 pm to 7 pm.

In a modern, sophisticated and elegant environment, Vogue Café Porto assumes itself as “the most chic space in Porto”. With this opening, Vogue adds yet another elegant and cosmopolitan space to its Vogue Café collection in cities like Moscow, Kiev and Riyadh. The black-and-white pattern sets and the gold and mirror touches, reveal a concept that draws on the symbiosis between the cosmopolitan international model and the surrounding with the hotel and the city. Vogue Café Porto is the ideal place to satisfy your appetite with full or light meals at any time of the day, or simply to have a coffee while browsing the latest edition of the Vogue International books and magazines in the inner courtyard or bar.

Wine & Talent – Spiritus & Gourmet gourmet store, located next to Bonfim church, aims to represent prestigious brands that are characterized by tradition, craft production, quality and creativity. A cozy space specially prepared to enjoy a slice of “folar” (a regional sweet) or to taste a wine of a region of your choice, while accompanying with snacks at an affordable price. You can find a wide range of regional and gourmet products that you can take home or customize in your basket to celebrate a special time or festive season. Its motto is “Share and enjoy life!”, why not here?

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