The first thing you should now is that Hamburg has more Portuguese restaurants than most other towns outside of Portugal. And "Porto" literally lies as one in a cluster of maybe 10-12 other Portuguese restaurants, so there is plenty of choice. "Porto" just looked slightly better than its neighbors and competitors and had more guests (which is normally a good sign). We were not disappointed. And in particular their "local" dishes like Cataplana (sort of seafood paella with potato slices instead of rice) were a wonderful surprise. Modest prices too.
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