20 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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A trendy, relaxed and refined restaurant with excellent cuisine, sushi and other japanese food.
One of the famous high class restaurants in Porto. If you're looking for a high standing ambience, this is one of the places to go. Located in a beautiful old "foz" house. If you're looking to spend money, and go where locals go, its a good place to start.
Lovee everything about it, they also have a wonderful sushi menu.... chose to stay in the little terrace. Super romantic!
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“At Casa de Pasto da Palmeira, in Cantareira, snacks are on another level. 'Alheira' muffins, Rui-style eggs and smoked chicken rolls are among their best-known treats. They have a regularly updated menu and every month something new comes along, such as fried chestnuts, pork cheeks with pumpkin cevadotto or the cinnamon and sweet eggs ice cream. Will they still be on the menu when you visit? Probably not. But that's all part of the fun. Tips: – The “alheira” sausage muffins and chicken rolls are permanent fixtures but everything else changes, so if you taste something you like - order seconds! – The outdoors tables are among Foz's most coveted, even in cold weather.”
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