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Francesinha is a traditional dish that literally translates to "little French lady" and Porto might be the only city in the world that you can find it.
Extra tip: Francesinha is actually a toast with layers of meat inside, covered with cheese and spicy sauce and usually accompanied by French fries.Read More
There is a large diversity of wineries around Porto serving all types of Port wines. Port wine is a sweet fortified wine made from grapes grown in the Douro valley.
Extra tip: Some randomly-picked wine bars in the city of Porto are Wine Quay Bar, Vinologia - La Maison des Porto and PROVA Wine Food & Pleasure.Read More
Porto has several bakeries and pastry shops serving delicious goods as well as coffee shops serving all kinds of coffee and sandwiches.
Extra tip: Keep in mind that these places offer good quality food at a decent price but they do not offer good views to Porto like the riverside tourist cafes.Read More
Moreover, Porto has some of the finest restaurants in Portugal, the majority of which are located near the beach and the seaport of Matosinhos.
Extra tip: Every July, just a few miles away from the beach of Matosinhos, a big row of barbecues is lined up to serve you freshly caught fish. Might not be as fancy as a restaurant…Read More