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#253 of 2,736 Restaurants in Miami
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$11 - $35
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Seafood, Mediterranean, European, Portuguese
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Vegetarian Friendly, Gluten Free Options
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1.4 miles from Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
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Reviewed August 24, 2019 via mobile

We entered the small romantic spot, and immediately we were transported to what I call the San Francisco of Portugal, Porto. We were welcomed by Virginia and Ivanna with a smile and with a great talent for service. The Caldo Verde, or green consume, was...delicious! Then a mix of scrumptious appetizers to further seduce you. The crown of the dishes was the Cream Cod or Bacalhau Com Natas, a must! All in all, you won't be disappointed, just be prepared to fall in love...More

Date of visit: August 2019
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Reviewed July 2, 2019

As we had just returned from Portugal we were excited to come here. I had the cod which was a bit salty.....but I think it is supposed to be like that. I also tried the Pastel de Nata which was very good but a bit...small. it is a nice restaurant, good service and reasonably pricedMore

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed April 23, 2019 via mobile

Everything was great! Great server, Vino Verde, appetizers, main dish and dessert😋 will come back, great variety of bacalao.

Date of visit: April 2019
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Reviewed January 3, 2019 via mobile

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...in my life!More

Date of visit: January 2019
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Reviewed December 1, 2018 via mobile

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...as the old one from the outside but inside was pleasant, a bit tired but all changed when the food came! The food was perfect ! Lighter taste than the other Portuguese restaurants in the area yet really authentic! Had Camarao a Nata! Simply delicious! Will definitely come back! A bit on the pricey side but not over the top but the quality justifies the “little extra” Staff was attentive and very professional!More

Date of visit: December 2018
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Reviewed August 19, 2018

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...and friendly manner. Once we were ready to order, she offered suggestions and made recommendations. We started with Camarão Ao Alho/Shrimp tossed in a creamy garlic sauce which we ate with the fresh hot baked bread. It all just melted in our mouths so perfectly. For entrees, we ordered the Arroz com Marisco/Seafood and rice stew and the Francesinha a Portuguese sandwich that originates from Porto, made with bread, ham, linguiça (fresh sausage like chipolata), veal steak covered with cheese and a thick hot tomato and beer sauce served with french fries. From the moment we took the first bites we felt instantly transported to a local home-style restaurant in Portugal. All of the ingredients used were fresh, and both dishes were savory. The wine choices our waitress made were Casal Garcia White (Vinho Verde) an off-dry, refreshing and light wine. She also suggested Gatão Branco White (Vinho Verde) which was fruity and just as satisfying and it had a perfect combination of sweet and citrus. We barely had any room for deserts, but after looking at the menu, we knew it would be impossible to resist. We chose Delicias de Manuela a dessert made from egg yolk custard crumbled with Maria Cookies, topped with White Cream as well as the infamous Pasteis de Nata made with a creamy custard filling in a flaky puff pastry crust. If you are ever craving to be transported back to Portugal if just for a meal then Oporto Cafe is the place to make that happen.More

Date of visit: August 2018
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Reviewed July 8, 2018 via mobile

Very good food. Generous portions. Friendly service. Good cost x benefit. We had lagareiro which dissolves in your mouth.

Date of visit: July 2018
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Reviewed May 21, 2018

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...codfish was enormous and firm, truly an amazing piece of cod. The seafood soup was probably the best tasting dish, reminiscent of a Thai seafood soup with citrus and green onion. The vino verde was tasty and well priced but wish there was more of a Portuguese beer selection. Bacalhau a Gomes de Sa - very disappointing and not very flavorful despite the description. A few people ordered it and it was just too bland. The shortribs were spectacular and the desserts were amazing; service was excellent as well. Overall a very good time at Oporto and would love to come back if I'm in the neighborhood.More

Date of visit: May 2018
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Reviewed May 19, 2018 via mobile

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...the Vino Verde (green wine) original from Portugal is not green just has less alcohol and is a little bit on the sparkling side, it was perfect Then I tried Tapas de chefe that has a great combination of different Portuguese creations like Chorizo portugués, Codfish croquettes, shrimp al ajo and salad everything in this platter is delicious and is a must as appetizer. Since I was by myself I couldn't try anything else but dessert hahahahaha Pastel de Nata I can't tell enough how good this is, crunchy, smooth and perfectly sweetened. Service was outstanding!!!More

Date of visit: May 2018
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Reviewed May 10, 2018

I have eaten Portuguese food all over the world. This is amazing. The setting inside or outside is all you need. The flavor of the food is topnotch.

Date of visit: May 2018
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