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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
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Portuguese
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Mediterranean
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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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Mediterranean
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Portuguese
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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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European
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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
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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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European
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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
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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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Cafe
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Porto's cherished francesinha is one of the world's great sandwiches. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
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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
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This stylish restaurant has a bright decor combining the classical and the contemporary, as well as phenomenal views of Oporto across the river — Michelin Guide
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Mediterranean
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Add one of the city's most beautiful panoramic views and the area's best pizzas and result has to be a success story — Time Out
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Mediterranean
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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
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There are two rules at the Rei dos Galos de Amarante: start your meal with the fish soup, and end it with Seia whey cheese and pumpkin jam — Time Out
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European
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Indian
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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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Mediterranean
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— Time Out
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Mediterranean
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If it's a Monday, head on down to Rápido for their Spanish-style cod — Time Out
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