After a very informative and enjoyable tour of Graham's and a port tasting (worthwhile to book a private tour and include vintage port in the tasting selection as this enables you to compare ports in the stunning library room in the comfort of leather chairs and experience the colours of port seen over a wine "white light" tasting table) it was a pleasure to move into the conservatory and enjoy both the views over the hill to Porto and foods that were on offer. There are a few different style of menus to choose, from tapas through to a fine dining meal. The staff were very pleasant and helpful allowing our party flexibility with our choices. A concern is that the conservatory could get quite hot in the summer during the day but the interior of the restaurant is very stylish but no views. Every dish that we had was enjoyable and without fault. Good selection of wine from the Duro region.
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