Cafeina

Cafeina is quite a place and the circumstances under which our intro happened were slightly weird to say the least. I got a reservation on recommendation from my friends in Porto and thought of it as a beach-side relaxed restaurants with great food. I turned up freshly swam from the sea in my skimpy shorts and … More Cafeina

Cafe Majestic

Cafe Majestic is one of those places which you go to more because they are icons than their culinary distinction. This cafe has played a big role in Porto’s history and also has the claim to fame related to J K Rowling’s  patronage while she was in Porto. It is full of tourists and quite pricey … More Cafe Majestic

Abadia do Porto

Abadia Do Porto is one of the oldest restaurants of Porto. I asked a few locals and everyone recommended it and described it as the go-to place for food for families on special occasions. Another gentleman told me he has been visiting for decades and never felt the taste change so after a walking tour of … More Abadia do Porto

Cozinha Doce

Cozinha Doce is a small bakery in Ribeira; the small street old district of Porto at the end of what seems like endless stairs (Luckily downhill though) and the walking tour guide was sweet enough to bring us here for the famous slice of chocolate cake. Booking: Walk in and enjoy a slice of life. … More Cozinha Doce

Cruel

Portugal and Portuguese food is highly underrated; massively underrated and Cruel is a good example of that. Located on Rua da Picaria which is quite a phenomenon on its own in Porto, this is an amazing restaurant with a quirky idea behind their ‘Cruel’ menu. I loved the restaurant when I looked inside, I loved the menu … More Cruel