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  • 1

    Café Majestic

    R. de Santa Catarina 112

    One of the oldest Caffe in the city, charming and classical decor. One of the city's must see, just go for a tea and some scones!

    Popular withLocalFoodiesFamilies
  • 2

    Duas de Letra

    Passeio de Sao Lazaro 48

    This toppa little place has already become my second home and local coffee shop in Porto.. It's fairly new, having opened in the middle of 2012, and I have a feeling it has set a precedent for the area.. It's right by the art uni and has just the right atmosphere for attracting local artists and writers.. I've gotten into ...

    Popular withDesignStudentsSpiritual
  • 3

    Café Aviz

    Rua de Avis, 17
    4.5
    3 reviews

    This is one of Porto most popular food, francezinha! a sandwich made with ham, fresh sausage, steak, cheese and a spicy sauce over it! a sugestion when in Porto!

    Popular withLocalFoodiesStudents
  • 4

    Café Imperial

    Praça da Liberdade 126

    1940's coffee shop turned into a McDonald's. The amazing stained glass panels are worth a visit.

  • 5

    Nata Lisboa

    Rua Santa catarina, 499
    5
    2 reviews

    This common portuguese egg tart pastry is a must taste while in the country. Portuguese monasteries produced large quantities of eggs, this resulted on a large variety of sweet pastry recipes throughout the country! my favourites!

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesFamilies
  • 6

    Olives and Lupin Beans @ Bolhão Market

    Mercado do Bolhao, Porto

    Despite being considered a poor man's snack, olives are rich in flavour. Have them with corn bread and the lupin beans with beer if you want to do it the portuguese way.

  • 7

    A Pérola Do Bolhão Lda

    R. Formosa 277

    Lovely deli, with an art noveaux facade! great regional products such as cheese and different sausages types, good wine selection. worth a visit!

    Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
  • 8

    Zázá Sandwiches & Bar

    Rua Ramalho Ortigão 43
    4.5
    2 reviews

    Unpretentious place with simple food, from sandwiches to portuguese petiscos (tapas), cheese table and other "enchidos" (chouriços, sausages etc). A god option to drink is the sangria of alvarinho/alvariño wine. Relaxed athmosphere, nice music choice.

    Popular withBudgetFoodiesStudents
  • 9

    Ichiban

    Av Brasil 454
    4
    1 review

    The former cooker from Japanese embassy in Lisbon, decided to open this rest beachfront in Porto. Minimalist and elegant decor, nice atmosphere. Menu goes beyond the sushi and sashimi offers from other Japanese restaurants in the city. menu was extremelly tasteful, trully enjoyed.

    Popular withTrendstersFoodies
  • 10

    Kyoto, Sushi restaurant

    Praça Guilherme Gomes Fernandes 56
    4.5
    2 reviews

    A cozy small shushi restaurant downtown Porto, with nice atmosphere and great sushi!

    Popular withTrendstersNightlifeFoodies
  • 11

    Leitaria da Baixa

    Rua Passos Manuel, Porto
    4
    2 reviews

    An extremelly warm and casual atmosphere in this Coffee shop. Nice decor, great cakes ans hot chocolate. Lovely place.

    Popular withFoodiesTrendstersDesign
  • 12

    Loja dos Pasteis de Chaves

    Rua da Firmeza, 476, Porto

    Their specialty are the Chaves Pastries, a traditional pastry from Northern Portugal, with veal and flaky pastry. Several alternatives are given to the veal one, even chocolate. The brunch is fabulous and great value for money. Relaxed atmosphere.

    Popular withLocalFoodies
  • 13

    Livraria da Baixa

    7–17 Rua das Carmelitas, Porto, Portugal
    4
    1 review

    A cosy and charming old XVIII century bookstore, turned out a beautiful caffe/bar. Keeping the original character, a great place to have a drink or a hot chocolate.

    Popular withTrendstersNightlifeDesign
  • 14

    Sweet Moments

    Rua Santa Catarina, 591, Porto, Portugal
    4
    1 review

    A lovely tea house with great home made cakes and cookies. Also organize cake design workshops.

    Popular withFoodies
  • 15

    Almanaque

    Avenida Rodrigo de Freitas, 293
    4
    1 review

    A small, cozy caffe/magazine store, nicelly decorated, magazines are mostly design, architecture and cultural in general. Coffe and home made delicacies and pastries are available. Great athmosphere!

    Popular withTrendstersDesignFoodies
  • 16

    Cervejaria Gazela

    Tv. Cimo de Vila 4
    5
    1 review

    My favorite hot dogs in the world. You will only see locals here, and I am not sure if the waiters speak english, but here is not much need. There is only a balcon and if you say one they will serve you the signature best seller dish, a kind of hot dog with hot sauce that is toasted in ...

  • 17

    Aduela Taberna

    Rua das Oliveiras 30 Porto 4050-448 PORTO
    4.5
    2 reviews

    I specifically went looking fr this place and did struggle to find it but I'm definitely glad that I put in the effort.. It might have been a Thursday eve when I first went here, maybe 10pm.. I ordered a green wine (vinho verde) which was actually green, and was served in a big bowl at only €1 a cup. ...

  • 18

    Café Progresso

    Rua Actor João Guedes, 5
    5
    1 review

    The doyen of Porto's coffee shops, it opened in 1899. The lecturers of nearby universities were its traditional clientele.

  • 19

    RESTAURANTE PRAIA DA LUZ

    R. Cel. Raúl Peres, 4150 Porto, Portugal
  • 20

    Casa Guedes

    Praça dos Poveiros,130
    5
    1 review

    A "must go"place in Porto! a Typical old "tasca" with the best pork leg sandwich and home made wine! Absolutely worth a visit!

    Popular withFoodiesBudgetBackpackers
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