The wine was cheap and excellent, the dorade too. Service was very friendly and efficient. Highly recommended.
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Flor Dos Congregados is a stunning looking restaurants down a quaint Porto side street. I loved the idea of the port cocktails and small tapas dishes to start our meal. We both chose to have the slow cooked veal in a port sauce for our...More
This family-run restaurant is in a cul-de-sac in the middle of town so it's not a place you'll easily stumle upon. Luckily our guide book recommended it. This is a small restaurant with just a few tables. The menu, on hand-written slates rather than paper,...More
Very old but renovated restaurant is part of the heart of the city. The food is just great, home made and unexpensive! We had the pork sandwich as a starter, the veal in red wine as main and the "sericaia" as desert and I would...More
We were happy with starters and fantastic wine. Unfortunately main dishes were not good at all. Named "grilled" squids and catfish, both came fried in batter, completely killed taste. I heard other people talking and being also disappointed. Anyway... the atmosphere and decorations are excellent...More
Cosy interior and a warm welcome from the waiters. The place looks very old but is well restored and very characteristic. The food is fresh and grilled, large portions for a good price. Unfortunately some of the dishes were unavailable because we started dinner a...More
We have now enjoyed a number of restaurants over Portugal, and we have always tried to enjoy some different offers. This restaurant, it's a little quirky, the furniture is interesting, not sure how long I could sat on the chairs for. The menu had a...More
Servers with an attitude and food wich was overdone and not special at all. Only cash is accepted as payment.
Came here for dinner on a Friday night on the recommendation of our accommodation host, who made a reservation on our behalf, which was just as well as the staff were turning guests away when we arrived. The restaurant is hidden down an alley and...More