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Eating Out in Porto

Porto is known for its neo-classical architecture and for representing one of the most important wine capitals of the world and also offers excellent cuisine. 
Mira Mira by Ricardo Costa

Mira Mira by Ricardo Costa

This is Chef Ricardo Costa's second fine dining restaurant, having opened at WOW in April 2023. It offers two tasting menus, including a vegetarian menu, à la carte and a wine selection which includes some small boutique producers. Mira Mira defends a more informal vision of fine dining, however still respecting seasonality and Portuguese gastronomy.

Rua do Choupelo, 39, Vila Nova de Gaia
T.: +351 220 121 270*
Mira Mira by Ricardo Costa

Barão Fladgate

Barão Fladgate

Barão Fladgate (Baron Fladgate), belonging to Taylor’s Port, is situated within the Port wine cellars in Vila Nova de Gaia and is one of the area’s best known restaurants with superb views overlooking the river Douro and city of Porto. On a warm summer’s day or night, you can enjoy a delicious meal on the outdoor terrace and take in the spectacular views and a walk around the aromatic garden.

The menu presents typical Portuguese cuisine, with delicacies such as roast kid, veal, duck, salted codfish, octopus and sea bream. The interior dining room with its traditional decoration, is spacious, elegant and inviting, with granite walls and large arched windows.

The restaurant has an acclaimed wine list and, naturally a fantastic selection of Ports. You could even combine your visit during the day with a tour of the cellars – several reasons not to miss this restaurant during your stay in Porto.

Rua do Choupelo, 250, Vila Nova de Gaia
T.: +351 223 772 951*

Clérigos Cervejaria

A new gastronomic concept developed for Porto’s Downtown with a privileged location between Torre dos Clérigos and Livraria Lello. The ideal place where you can enjoy the perfect combination of sweets and snacks and Taylor’s, Fonseca and Croft Port Wines.

Rua das Carmelitas, 151 - Passeio dos Clérigos - Loja A1, Porto, Portugal
T.: (+351) 932 091 603*

WOW - The Best Cultural District

In the best cultural district of Porto there are restaurants and bars for all tastes: The 1828, a steakhouse restaurant, The Golden Catch, for fresh and high quality fish, the Root & Vine, only with vegetarian and vegan options, the Angel´s Share, a wine bar where are available the best wines of the world, the Suspiro, for the ones with a sweet tooth and the Vinte Vinte, with a delicious range of products made from chocolate, made in the adjacent factory, the Lemon Plaza, where breakfasts and light meals are served and Mira Mira, a high gastronomy restaurant.

Rua do Choupelo, 39, Vila Nova de Gaia 
T.: (+351) 220 121 200*

Cantinho do Avillez

Cantinho do Avillez

On the heels of Chef Avillez’s successful restaurants in Lisbon, José Avillez succumbed to the pressure and opened his first restaurant in Porto, ‘Avillez’s Corner’, in Mouzinho da Silveira in the heart of the old city of Porto near the river (or Ribeira).The colourful decoration provides a relaxed and cheerful environment with a few retro Portuguese details such as vintage wooden chairs and traditional salt and pepper mills, all of which fit with the charm of Porto’s, old and atmospheric streets. This young, well known Portuguese Chef serves up inspiring Portuguese cuisine, influenced by his travels, in a casual, modern style that is typical of all his restaurants.

Rua Mouzinho da Silveira, 166
T.: +351 22 322 7879*


Casa de Chá

Casa de Chá da Boa Nova

Only 15 minutes north of Porto, in the famous ‘Tea House’ or ‘Casa de Chá’ in Leça da Palmeira, you will find renowned Chef Rui Paula’s latest gastronomic venture – following the success of his other restaurants ‘DOC’ and ‘DOP’.Built into the rocky seaside landscape, Casa de Chá is an architectural as well as culinary delight. The teahouse was first built between 1958 and 1963, by Portugal’s most well known architect, Siza Vieira, marking the beginning of Siza’s long and successful career. The Tea House was formally declared a national monument in 2006 and after significant renovation works in 2013, it reopened as a restaurant in July 2014 under Chef Rui Paula, who has taken it over with his usual passion. The Menu offers haute cuisine with plenty of fish and seafood options as well as other prime ingredients.The views of the sky, sea and rocks are inspiring and the service is of a high level.
Avenida da Liberdade (Junto ao Farol), Leça da Palmeira
T.: +351 22 994 0066



Close to Porto’s riverfront, or the Ribeira, and situated in the historic part of the city is the restaurant "DOP”. This restaurant is quite new and is spacious and modern in style. The kitchen is run by the well-known Portuguese Chef Rui Paula. DOP is one of the more sought after restaurants in town, offering a high quality meal. If you’re lucky, you may be surprised by one of Chef Rui Paula’s more informal moments when he interacts with the guests, perhaps making a suggestion for dinner or presenting some show cooking. The interior design is elegant and understated with a well stocked and varied wine cellar designed to pair with the food and the sommelier on hand will help you in your choice. The menu is frequently changed, however you can always find dishes such as monkfish with Mondego rice and seafood or suckling pig with potatoes and cider sauce.

Largo São Domingos 18, Porto
T.: +351 22 201 4313

Pedro Lemos

Pedro Lemos

Pedro Lemos restaurant is situated in Foz and celebrates the art of traditional Portuguese cooking with new and exciting flavours. Chef Pedro Lemos is inspired above all by Portuguese culture and uses regional products to create innovative dishes and a unique experience. You will be able to choose from dishes such as blue lobster, John Dory, octopus, Algarve prawn, duck, black pork and veal. You will get a flavour for some of Portugal’s contemporary gastronomy, whilst having the pleasure of trying some of Portugal’s best wines.
Pedro Lemos' restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in the 2015 Guide. 

Rua do Padre Luís Cabral, 974, Porto
T.: +351 22 011 5986


éLeBê Entreparedes 

éLeBê Entreparedes 

Based on traditional Portuguese cuisine, the result has an international and even exotic touch. In this restaurant, as in all éLeBê, everything is homemade.


Rua de Entreparedes 37, 4000-198 Porto 
T.: +351 221 126 603



In a neo-Arab building, located in the heart of downtown, Flow follows the rhythm of the city and dictates the right condiments to taste Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine in a single space.

Rua da Conceição, 63 4050-215 Porto
T.: +351 22 205 4016

Matosinhos is a principal fishing community and town, approximately 20 minutes from The Yeatman and 5 minutes from Porto.
It is from here that the boats depart and return with fish for the market and to be auctioned at dawn. In Matosinhos there is an excellent choice of restaurants which are open for lunch and dinner offering freshly caught fish and seafood.


Marisqueira A Antiga 

Marisqueira "A Antiga"

From a family particularly close to the sea for several generations, Marisqueira A Antiga has become an icon in offering the best fish and seafood from the high seas of our coast, with the highest quality and freshness.

Rua Roberto Ivens. 628, 4450-249 Matosinhos
T.: +351 229 380 660

5 Oceanos

5 Oceanos

Also in Matosinhos is the fish and seafood restaurant '5 Oceans'. Another excellent, family style restaurant with an informal ambiance with great fish and seafood options in an inviting environment and décor.


Rua Heróis de França, 689 R/C Frente | Matosinhos
T.: +351 22 937 2941 

Rua do Choupelo, (Santa Marinha) 4400-088 Vila Nova de Gaia, Porto T: +351 220 133 100 * * National fixed line phone calls
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