I stopped here for a light meal, simply having a tapas sampler and some soup.
The shrimp soup arrived piping hot, and well-seasoned. I personally would have preferred some larger and more plentiful shrimp, however still enjoyed the dish.
The tapas sampler was very enjoyable. Fried calamari, fried sardines, a crabcake, and two types of fishcakes were served as warm tapas. Serrano ham, chorizo sausage, pepperoncini, black olives, two types of cheese and a touch of mixed salad were served as cold tapas. Accompanying both courses was some fresh bread and a garlic aioli.
There are literally Portuguese restaurants on every corner of the area in which this restaurant is located in Hamburg. I would have no problem going back to Restaurante Porto, as it was good. I also liked that you can pay with a credit card, which isn't always the case in Hamburg.
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