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The cozy and relaxing Oporto Cafe serves up authentic cuisine in a friendly environment known by locals as the place to get home-style Portuguese and Brazilian fare. Twelve years of experience is something you can taste as you sample the traditional cooking made fresh from the kitchen of a Portuguese chef. Using only the finest recipes with a heavy influence on home-style quality. Oporto Cafe prepares only the most scrumptious selections. The fresh flavors and the extensive Portuguese wine list make Oporto a lunch-must for the business set. And taking a break from a hectic schedule to enjoy some feel-good food is quite often the top priority. But these movers and shakers are not the only ones…
All reviews cod sardines bacalao seafood soup octopus portuguese sausage pastel de nata potatoes bread portuguese restaurants vinho verde alentejo style creamy garlic sauce generous portions main course wine list is excellent food and service
I was looking for a place for a lovely honeymoon dinner with my wife. Found this and let me tell you it’s amazing! I had the Octopus Rice and my wife had the sardines. Both amazing dishes. Also try the coffee here, best I’ve tasted...More
Came on a whim!
Had heard about it and since we are avid Portuguese cuisine clients decided to give it a try.
Were a bit skeptical because it is located where an older restaurant, famous here in Miami used to be and looked the same...More
After visiting Portugal, we were craving a Francesinha we came across this charming and relaxed bistro that happens to be cooking up Portuguese specialties. We went on a Wednesday night, and we had the restaurant all to ourselves.
The waitress greeted us in a warm...More
Went for a large party for a graduation lunch.
The bacalao fritters and smoked sausages were very good.
The cod a porto was delicious. The sauce was just sweet enough and the light breading on the fish stayed crispy. Not to mention the brick of...More
My first time at Oporto was a real trip of flavors to Portugal . This small Portuguese restaurant decorated perfect with their concept, a traditional and family owned, where the owners are the chefs and tell a story behind each plate description.
Today I tried...More
Hidden Gem. Not a planted review. Would like to keep Oporto to ourselves but it is just too good and deserves to be shared. Decided to venture outside the Gables and try the Portugues cousine. From the moment you walk into the door to what...More
Small place, the service was very good, Bacalao a la nata is very tasty I love it with the green wine, the atmosphere was quiet and the service was very friendly, the parking lot in the back is bad, It was good