Each of the 82 hotel rooms and suites open onto a large balcony with dramatic views of Porto
The Yeatman wine cellar boasts more than 1,000 wines from around the world.
All Suite interiors are decorated in an understated classic style providing an atmosphere of relaxed sophistication and individuality.
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The Yeatman's Restaurant in Porto provides an environment of classic comfort, where discreet and understated service blends with the warm welcome for which Porto is famous.
The extraordinary panorama of the River Douro and the historic center of Porto guarantee the most spectacular scenery, combined with a Michelin star award in the 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 Guides.
Aiming to deliver Oporto's most inspiring dining experience, The Yeatman's Restaurant led by Chef Ricardo Costa, offers imaginative cuisine in which the traditional flavours of Portugal are interpreted and presented with contemporary flair. It showcases Portugal's huge range of fish and other fresh produce as well as its diversity of regional specialties.
Listing a comprehensive choice of Portuguese wines, as well as a wide selection from other great vineyards around the globe, the gastronomic restaurant makes a special feature of food and wine pairing. A programme of tasting menus allows guests to discover a wealth of matching and contrasting flavours as they are taken on a journey through Portugal's diverse and varied wine regions.
The gastronomic restaurant offers tasting menus daily for dinner.
The Yeatman's gastronomic restaurant opens daily for dinner, at 19h30, with tasting menus.
Chef's Tasting Menus can be ordered until 22h00.
Chef Ricardo Costa's Tasting Menus are regularly updated and might therefore be changed at any time.
The Orangerie Restaurant opens daily for lunch and dinner between the following times:
Monday to Saturday
12h30 – 15h00 | 19h30 - 22h00
13h00 – 15h30 | 19h30 - 22h00
Please note that due to our weekly Thursday night wine dinner, on Thursdays, The Orangerie Restaurant only opens at lunchtime.
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