Just had a wonderful meal at Bugo Art Burgers and highly recommend it. We called ahead for reservations for 9:30, but found the restaurant only half-full when we arrived (this was Monday--reservations might be more essential later in the week). The menu is exciting, consisting of creative and intriguing variations on the "basic" burger (in this case, free-range beef and chicken)--we had the "porto y serra," the "bread burger," the "stuffed brik burger," and the "salmon burger." We also had a very nice, reasonably priced Douro vinho tinto. The presentation was great, the food very satisfying, the service wonderful. We spent a bit less than 60 euros for four people (with a bottle of wine and two "principes" of beer). The space itself is very modern--white walls, sliding panels that when closed hide things like wait stations, original art on the walls, sufficiently few tables to allow for an intimate feel to the room. If ever we find ourselves in Porto I'd certainly head here!
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