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Emilie G wrote a review Oct 2020
Montrouge, France1,403 contributions198 helpful votes
Nice market in Vila Nova de Gaia. I can only recommend to stop by at O Forno do Leitao Do Ze for a sandwich with piglet meat, very tasty. Nice bakeries to try pastel de nata. Worth going for a quick lunch!
Date of experience: September 2020
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Ays Espiritu wrote a review Jun 2020
Bonn, Germany366 contributions105 helpful votes
It is a nice little market where you can locally produced food. Some stalls also sell souvenirs. You can also enjoy a glass or more of wine and taste some local food inside, where there is a relaxed atmosphere.
Date of experience: July 2019
WorldTraveller82uk wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom331 contributions60 helpful votes
Must visit, so much choice inside and it all looks amazing. The price point is amazing for the area too.
Date of experience: March 2020
Billythefish1 wrote a review Feb 2020
Southport, United Kingdom1,392 contributions402 helpful votes
On Gaia waterfront past the bars and restaurants there is a food market selling fresh produce on 1 side and a number of freshly prepared food outlets on the other side with a beer station in the middle. This name comes from the great layout inside where you can sit anywhere, purchase any food from wherever you wish and just enjoy the event in a convivial atmosphere. Delicious food and friendly sellers. We ried Meet mefor a great meal and very cheap drinks.…
Date of experience: February 2020
Merc9SLK wrote a review Feb 2020
Scarborough, yorkshire1,151 contributions358 helpful votes
Absolutely fantastic fresh food court, ambience is great and the food is better than some restaurants charging double the price! Popular with locals, called in initially at the weekend on 26th Jan when there were craft stalls in the entranceway and outside by the river. Walked round and all tables were taken otherwise we’d have stopped for lunch or even the afternoon! Returned on 27th when it was much quieter and sampled some extremely tasty and fresh tapas and a glass of red wine. Delicious! So much so we ordered additional tapas. This is the no.1 place to visit and enjoy some lovely food when in Porto. Other European cities offer similar food courts but Porto for me was the best. …
Date of experience: January 2020