Porto

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Mediterranean
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Chef Rui Paula won national fame with reinventions of traditional dishes at his restaurant DOC, upriver on the Douro. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
5 reviews
One of Porto's two Michelin-starred restaurants, Pedro Lemos is sheer delight — Lonely Planet
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Portuguese
4 reviews
If the francesinha has a rival in the hearts of Porto's snackers, then it is the roast pork sandwiches (sandes de pernil) produced in this retro hole-in-the-wall place near the São Lázaro gardens. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
Predominantly Portuguese cuisine, which runs the gamut from bacalhau à bras (a salt-cod-and-shoestring-potato scramble) to a surprisingly delicious amuse-bouche of country bread spread with banana butter. — Fodor's
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Portuguese
5 reviews
On the menu are seasonal Portuguese dishes with a dash of imagination: from flaked bacalhau with melt-in-the-mouth 'exploding' olives to giant red shrimps from the Algarve with Thai spices. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
3 reviews
Porto's cherished francesinha is one of the world's great sandwiches. — Frommer's
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European
5 reviews
Besides an excelent gourmet shop well knowned in town, Cafeína Wine & Tapas is a pleasent wine bar, ideal for an after-work with several tapas and a carefully made wine selection — Afar Magazine
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
What a delight this tucked-away Michelin-starred restaurant is, ensconced in the revamped stone arcades of 19th-century Quinta da Macieirinha — Lonely Planet
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European
3 reviews
Everyone loves surprises, especially edible ones prepared with flawless execution, experimental finesse and a nod to the seasons — Lonely Planet
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European
4 reviews
Some menu options have been there since the beginning, such as the Portucale steak, flambéed in the dining room, or the Walewska fillets, poached in champagne and covered in lobster. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
4 reviews
Conveniently sited for travelers arriving at or leaving from Campanhã train station, Casa do Aleixo has built up a strong reputation for its country fare. — Fodor's
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
This downtown restaurant joins Portuguese and Argentinian cuisines at the same table — Time Out
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2 reviews
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
There's the menu, full of great choices – such as chicken bordelaise, octopus fillets with rice or the perfect appetizer, cod cakes. — Time Out
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Indian
3 reviews
At Portugandhi, an intimate restaurant always packed with locals just south of Praça do Marquês de Pombal, you can delve your spoon into heady bowls of less-common curries. — Fodor's
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Portuguese
3 reviews
The waiters serve with old-world charm and will candidly tell you the day's best dishes. The restaurant serves excellent steaks, but most people come here for fresh seafood. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Behind the somewhat surprising façade is a sushi bar and a neo-rustic style dining room. A mix of Japanese, traditional and international cuisine, including some Italian dishes. — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
3 reviews
Let us give you some tips about what to order: the foie gras blades over caramelized apple are a best-seller, and so are the deer rump carpaccio or the charolais ribeye. — Time Out
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Mediterranean
2 reviews
The cavernous interior, thick tablecloths, and well-heeled clientele tell you this is not just another tasca, but the food at this backstreet abbey downtown is ultratraditional. — Fodor's
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European
2 reviews
Portuguese authenticity is the name of the game here, from the romantically rustic interior of stone walls, beams and white linen to the menu that sings of the seasons. — Lonely Planet
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