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Tia Orlanda

“Tia Orlanda” Aunt Orlanda is the only Mozambican restaurant in Porto and even though it has only been open for less than 3 years, it…

Adega – Viseu no Porto

“Viseu No Porto”, “Viseu” in Porto is a traditional snack-bar/restaurant that has been open for 25 years now. Sr. Antonio Monteiro was a waiter…

O Golfinho

“O Golfinho” The Dolphin has been open since 1998 and used to be called “Casa Armando”. Sr. Silva, the current owner worked for 19…

Adega Do Carregal

“Adega do Carregal” the “Carregal” Tavern is named after the road in which it is on and has been in operation for over 18…

Casa Do Pescador

“Casa do Pescador” the house of the fisherman is a family owned fish grill-house that has been open for 40+ years. There are two…

Escondidinho do Barredo

“Escondidnho do Barredo” also known as “Tasca da Cremilda” is a family owned restaurant that has been open for 65+ years now. The name…

Café Progresso

“Café Progresso” Progress Café is one of the oldest cafés in Porto. It was inaugurated September 24th 1899, even before the foundation of the…

Flor do Parque

“Flor do Parque” Flower of the park, formally known as “Adega Sousa” Sousa’s wine cellar has been open since 1945. This place is a…

Cafeteria Fernanda Dias

“Cafetaria Fernanda Dias” Fernanda Dias Cafeteria is located in the centre of “Bolhão” the most central food market in Porto. This family owned restaurant…

Restaurante Irmãos Linos

“Restaurante Irmãos Linos” The Linos Brothers Restaurant is a traditional restaurant with a long history in the city of Porto, this establishment has existed…