Faz Gostos

Faz Gostos is an interesting place in Faro Old Town. After a long day at the beach relaxing, swimming in Atlantic and napping (tough life!) we headed to Faz Gosto. The restaurant was not the best we have had but it definitely had some interesting food ideas and the mix of relaxed but chic interior made … More Faz Gostos

Restaurante Stasha

Stasha is located at the lower end of Bairro Alto, the famous nightlife district famous for its fun nights and great food. After a few interesting meals around I really wanted to have a good dinner here because it was recommended and this neighbourhood is rightly holder of the title of food district. Stasha is quite … More Restaurante Stasha

Se7e Pedras

Se7e Pedras was the early dinner of choice after a nice relaxing day at Ilha Deserta (deserted Island) next to Faro. From the moment you walk in you can sense it is a fun place for young people and while it didn’t have the best food in town it wasn’t bad for price and the atmosphere … More Se7e Pedras

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

Cantinho Lusitano

Cantinho Lusitano gave us a beautiful evening in Lisboa, one that I’ll remember for a long time. This little comfy place with scrumptious food is ran by a husband and wife team and no its the husband who cooks.. Booking: Highly Recommended. I got mine 2 days ago and it was almost full. Also the space … More Cantinho Lusitano

Da Mamo

Da Mamo is a constant topper for a lot of forums I do my research and shortlist travel eateries from and I was not surprised by the amazing performance during my visit to Venice. It really turned around a long day of walking about the streets of Venice in rain into a pleasurable fun food experience. … More Da Mamo

Osteria ‘Ai Osti

Osteria ‘Ai Osti is awesomeeeee! It is a true Osteria turned slightly bigger because there are a lot of tourists around now but the homely feeling, simple interior and great local tasting food with lots of seafood options make it almost a rare find in a city in which everything revolves around making it expensive … More Osteria ‘Ai Osti

Polvo Vadio

I finally found a lair to the food we call Octopus; Polvo Vadio and I’m immensely happy I did. The town of Cascais will be special to me not only because of its charm, beauty of its golden beaches but also because of this little restaurant that made me feel like aking after a nice lunch on … More Polvo Vadio