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Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant de fruits de mer
“Le roi de crustacés! Une institution pour tous les amateurs de fruits de mer. Crevettes ,crabes, coquillages, extra frais sont cuits à la perfection. Un savoir faire qui ne se dément pas, l'endroit est toujours plein et il n'y a pas de réservations. Notre conseil si vous n'avez jamais goûter aux pousse-pieds (percebes) c'est le moment! ”
  • Recommandé par 291 habitants
Café
“Café historique de style Art Nouveau ayant vu plusieurs personnalités comme J.K Rowling ou José Régio, António Nobre ou le philosophe Leonardo Coimbra. ”
  • Recommandé par 238 habitants
Bar à vin
“Coin historique de Porto, un labyrinthe de ruelles aux maisons colorées étagées à flanc de colline. Possibilité de prendre un bateau pour faire un tour sur le Douro de 50 minutes avec une pause dans une cave à vin, Porto Cruz, compris dans le prix du billet. Bateau toutes les 30 minutes de 10h30 à 18h30.”
  • Recommandé par 197 habitants
Bar
“Pour en savoir plus sur le côté cosmopolite de la vie nocturne de la ville, il faut passer par la zone de « Galeria de Paris » et les rues parallèles. Ici, vous trouverez des bars, des restaurants,etc”
  • Recommandé par 176 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“One of the best places to try the famous Francesinha in Porto. Get ready to wait for a long time if you get there late (be there before midday)”
  • Recommandé par 138 habitants
Water Park
“Aquashow is the biggest waterpark in Portugal. There is a great diversity of slides for all ages and, each year, they open new attractions. ”
  • Recommandé par 67 habitants
Grand magasin
“The newly opened food court on the 7th floor has some of Lisbon's best chefs -- the view is nicer and it's less busy than the Timeout Market (Mercado da Ribeira) and there is even our favourite ice cream place Nannarella!”
  • Recommandé par 110 habitants
Sandwicherie
“Typical for its simple yet delicious sandwiches of piglet and portuguese cheese. Sometimes the waiting line goes down the road!”
  • Recommandé par 149 habitants

Cafés

Café
“Café historique de style Art Nouveau ayant vu plusieurs personnalités comme J.K Rowling ou José Régio, António Nobre ou le philosophe Leonardo Coimbra. ”
  • Recommandé par 238 habitants
Restaurant portugais
“One of the best places to try the famous Francesinha in Porto. Get ready to wait for a long time if you get there late (be there before midday)”
  • Recommandé par 138 habitants
Bar à vin
“This place is perfect for a glass o wine. Its a well known place for people to go there and enjoy good music, a vibrant atmosphere and of course, good wines”
  • Recommandé par 72 habitants
Café
“Rua da Flores is certainly one of the most touristic streets in the city of Porto. It wasn’t always like this. This street, that crosses São Bento Station and São Domingos Square, was the old street of merchants and aristocrats. Crossing Rua das Flores is not always an easy task, given the amount of people entering and leaving the shops, grocery stores, and cafes, on the terraces. Until today, the street has maintained its original profile and architecture of the XVII, XVIII e XIX centuries, and this is where one of the most emblematic baroque façades of Porto can be seen, the Misericordia Church (1749-1750), rebuilt by the architect Nicolau Nasoni.”
  • Recommandé par 55 habitants
Café
“Old and famous Lisbon place, with the best Lisbon coffee. Meet Café A Brasileira, the most famous and emblematic of Lisbon - it opened its doors in 1905.”
  • Recommandé par 110 habitants
Café
“A great place to have a brunch or a light meal and admire from the terrace a superb view on the Tagus. As Noobai, the creole word for "let's go", don't hesitate and go!”
  • Recommandé par 93 habitants
Café
“Décoration originale, ambiance confortable, petits plats simples et efficaces pour le petit-déjeuner, le midi ou le soir.”
  • Recommandé par 66 habitants
Café
“A place both for food and sightseeing. Reasonable prices and good food. A historical coffee shop for Porto's University students - a place for coffee and conversation; watching football matches; studying; meetings; remembering and celebrating past times as a student.”
  • Recommandé par 31 habitants

Boulangeries

Pie Shop
“The pastéis de nata or pasteléis de belém are one of the most popular specialties of Portuguese sweets”
  • Recommandé par 337 habitants
Boulangerie
“This owes its planning to the visionary spirit of the Almadas whose restoration work brought a new brightness to the city of Porto in the second half of the 18th Century. The road was extended as far as Alameda da Aguardente, today's Praça Marquês de Pombal. Its imposing façades house some fine examples of the Art Nouveau style. Over 1500 metres long, the Rua de Santa Catarina, part of which has been pedestrianised, is the busiest shopping street in the city centre with clothing stores, haberdashery, shoe shops, the Via Catarina shopping mall and countless street vendors, less or more legal and carts selling handicrafts and jewelry.”
  • Recommandé par 147 habitants
Boulangerie
“Ville médiévale, concert de musique et théâtre dans le château. Ruelle piétonne, pavé, azulejos et ville de naissance de la "Gigina" la liqueur de la région.”
  • Recommandé par 113 habitants
Boulangerie
“Yes, the ones from Pasteis de Belém are the original ones, and yes, they are delicious! But I must say that the ones served in Manteigaria are equally worth it! ”
  • Recommandé par 102 habitants
Boulangerie
“It's an old fishing village, where you can have a good seafood meal and enjoy great views or go to the beach.”
  • Recommandé par 45 habitants
Pâtisserie
“Casa Piriquita offers the famous Queijada de Sintra which is what got this pastry shop started, and was propelled to success by King Carlos I. These delicious little pies have a crusty exterior and a soft inner batter made with cheese, sugar, eggs, flour and a little cinnamon. They are not too sweet and have a hint of a fresh cheese taste. Delectable!”
  • Recommandé par 61 habitants
Boulangerie
“Best bakery in town, famous for "rissois" with different types of filling and passionfruit cake called "tarte de maracuja"!”
  • Recommandé par 69 habitants
Café
“This is the bakery that brought bolo-rei (a crowned-shaped cake decorated with dried fruit that is usually eaten around Christmas) to Portugal and it still uses the same recipe as in 1829, the year it opened. Six generations later, Confeitaria Nacional is still run by the same family, though there have been some modernisations. In the summer months, it usually organises meals and cruises on a boat/restaurant with a view on the Tagus River.”
  • Recommandé par 69 habitants