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Adega Vila Meã

“Adega Vila Meã” a family run restaurant that is considered one of the few “Casas Centenarias” Century houses (open for more than a century)…

A Tasquinha

Tasquinha meaning small tavern was the name given by the original owners of the restaurant, it has been open since 1949. After several ownerships…

Restaurante Casa Nanda

“Restaurante Casa Nanda” has been open for 37 years, during all this period the owners have been the same. Dona Fernanda and Jose Canelas,…

Conga

“Conga” Was started in 1976 and has always been in the same family. Sr. Manuel Oliveira spent 30 years in Angola (ex-Portuguese colony) and…

Casa Aleixo

“Casa Aleixo” is one of the oldest restaurants in Porto, it has been open for more than 100 years. The current owners are not…

Restaurante Antunes

Antunes Restaurant is a traditional Portuguese diner that was inaugurated in 1965. It has always been kept in the same family. It was originally…

A Cantarinha Cafe

A Cantarinha Café is a modest café/restaurant close to the art district of the centre of town. It has been owned for the last…

Confeitaria do Bolhão

“Confeitaria do Bolhão” Bolhão Bakery is a traditional pastry shop that has been open since 1896. The owner Jose Rodrigues bought the place through…

Comme Ça

“Comme Ça” is a French expression that means “like this”, but it is also a play on words in Portuguese, if you take the…

Salta-Ó-Muro

“Salta-O-Muro” jump the wall, is a family owned restaurant that has been open since 1982 as a grocery shop. It was not only until…