We went looking for this local cafe as we had heard the francesinha was amazing and were not disappointed. I was unsure if I would enjoy this cheese meat feast sandwich but as it is a local speciality I gave it a go. I was...More
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Very friendly service lovely food and wine. A Portuguese experience at an inexpensive restaurant. We had passed it at lunch time and it was full. We ate early in the evening and it wasn't full but eating in Portugal is typically later.
Do not expect a fancy and sofisticated place, rather a very simple (and handwritten) menu which makes you feel in a 'family visiting' mood. The place is quite small and you can see the kitchen, from where your dish will come as delicious as ever....More
If you're English you'll know what a greasy spoon is. That would be damming this place with faint praise although the comparison rings true. This is a proper Portuguese eating place and local bar. You could come here for a coffee and breakfast, lunch, an...More
Every time I go to Porto I have to say that this is my favorite place to have a francesinha. Small, authentic place with authentic owner hidden in the centre of the city!
Just off the beaten track, down a quite street hides the O Golfinho cafe. You could walk past it if not careful but this tiny cafe is hospitable, welcoming and serves an amazing traditional dish originating from Porto called Francesinha (meaning Little Frenchie or simply...More