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Cafés, Tea Rooms and Chocolate Shops

Did you know that Porto is justly renowned as not only one of the world’s wine capitals but also a city which enjoys its food? Many restaurants offer traditional Portuguese cuisine making it easy to try some of Portugal’s national dishes. You will discover a wealth of flavour, tradition, and plenty of fresh, local ingredients. Here are some of the more emblematic Portuguese dishes to choose from. Bom Apetite!

The Traveller Cafe

The Traveller Café 

Traveller Café is a coffee house in the centre of Porto that will take you on a journey to different corners of the world. It’s decorated with colourful posters from different cities, creating an attractive and unusual environment for all its visitors. Stone and wood provide a warm atmosphere from where one can sit and view some of Porto’s busiest streets. You’ll be able to while away the time, or take away a variety of different coffees, smoothies and fresh fruit juices.
 
Traveller Café also offers specialities such as muffins with Greek yoghurt, chocolate bretzel, English biscuits, New York hot dogs, light meals, sandwiches and salads.

Rua Passos Manuel, nº 165, Porto
T.: +351 222 083 476
Monday to Tuesday: 08h15 - 21h00
Friday and Saturday: 08h15 - 01h00
Sunday: 08h30 - 20h00


Café Progresso

Café Progresso

Café Progresso is a lively café located in the historic part of the city, in Praça Carlos Alberto. It’s one of Porto’s most popular and traditional cafés, having opened over a century ago. In spite of being very old, it has recently re-modernized and nowadays provides a cosmopolitan scene, frequented by a mix of intellectual and traditional clientele, who come to have their coffee daily and read the newspaper. The atmosphere is both charming and eclectic.  
 
Come here to experience some of Porto’s classic café culture in the heart of the ‘old town’.
 
Rua Actor João Guedes 5, Porto
T.: +351 223 322 647
Monday to Thursday: 07h00 - 19h00
Friday and saturday: 07h00 - 00h00
Sunday: 10h00 - 18h00


Armazém do Caffè

Armazém do Caffè 

The Armazém do Caffè or ‘Coffee Warehouse’, is a firm favourite among coffee aficionados. It stays open all day, and you can enjoy a meal here at any time. Armazem do Café boasts a wide range of coffees with different flavours and blends, but also teas, hot chocolate, American pastries, ice cream, crepes and waffles among other suggestions.
 
A welcoming address in the centre of town, perfect for a wintery afternoon and for trying some of Portugal’s amazing coffee.

Rua Sá da Bandeira, nº 100 e 102. Porto
Monday- Saturday: 09h00 - 20h00


Casa Grande Chocolatier

Casa Grande Chocolatier

Casa Grande Chocolatier is Portuguese and a leading reference in chocolate. They recently opened a shop in Matosinhos where you can buy exceptionally high quality chocolates made from the best cocoa.
 
Heaven on earth for chocolate lovers, not only for its quality, but also for its design, the shop is virtually all white, except for the chocolate itself, with some unusual, original touches which add to the overall theme, such as lights made out of milk bottles and other whimsical elements.
 
Here you’ll be able to taste chocolate in many shapes and forms: either as individual sweets, or in the classic chocolate bar format. Feeling more adventurous? Go for the chocolate popcorn and lolly-pops or try some classic fruit and chocolate fondue, mousse and pancakes or a milkshake and hot chocolate.

Rua de Ferreira Borges, 67, Porto
T.: +351 223 277 866 | +351 222 415 252
Monday to Friday: 09h00 - 19h00
Saturday: 09h00 - 20h00
Sunday: 09h00 - 19h00


Santini

Santini

The famous ice cream shop, Santini, founded in Lisbon in 1949 by the Italian Attilio Santini, has recently opened for the first time in Porto, in a large, bright space located in the downtown city centre. This is great news providing an opportunity to try their delicious, freshly made ice creams. Among the traditional, unique flavours of Santini ice cream, you can now try their latest flavour dedicated to Porto, incorporating Port wine, nuts and figs. Their macarrinis (macaroons with ice cream), bonbons and gin and tonic ice cream (available at weekends), are also well worth trying.
 
Largo dos Lóios 17, Porto
Daily: 11h00 – 00h00 
Rua do Choupelo, (Santa Marinha) 4400-088 Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto T: +351 220 133 100
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