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We stopped in here at 2:00 and were able to get a table without a wait (it was mobbed next door). We had beers, fries and my husband ordered the Francesinha. Overall, it was tasty - but the beef was pretty tough.
We originally wanted to try the famous francesinha sandwich at Cafe Santiago nearby but the line was too long and we decided to head to Lado B instead after reading some of its reviews online.
It was a great decision because the food was decent....More
2 couples shared 2 traditional sandwiches with egg and fries accompanied with craft beers and green wines, followed by the best chocolate cake in the world, mousse, waffle and lemon sorbet and fruit. Tasty, filling, all of us enjoyed our food and the waitress brought...More
Very casual affordable place to try a francesinha sandwich. A ton of meat (which I normally don’t eat a lot of but still enjoyed this sandwich) an egg on top and covered in gravy! Definitely comfort food!
Visited Lado B after reading about it online as the place to experience the Francesinha, Porto's equivalent of Teesside's Parmo.
Was not disappointed. Great food, good service and reasonably priced- 22.40 euro for Francesinha, chips and beer for two.
Cafe is clean and modern with...More
Lado served up a traditional francesinha that will keep you fueled for hours. The staff are quick and the prices reasonable. Personally, adding fries to the francesinha is a fat overkill. The sign at the door asks you to ‘announce’ your presence but I think...More
Some of the food are cold ( Like the French Fries qnd the Hamburger ). The foods look really different from the picture? And im a bit disapointed because the review was good but when i came there and ate the food it was unexpectedly...More