Ahead of one of the country's main railway stations, this restaurant and cafeteria is characterized by a very pleasant atmosphere and quality food allied to the friendliness of the staff and good prices.
The restaurant "A Lareira" is at your disposal from Tuesday to Sunday.Specialty in Grills.Other specialties: Bacalhau à Lareira, Bacalhau à Lagareiro.
Cozy environment. In addition to the main room, it has a reserved room.
We serve weddings, baptisms and other events!
Special prices for groups.
In the winery you will meet people from various nationalities where you can create a good dialogue and feel at home is very easy to meet new people new cultures and a simple meal turns into moments full of new and enriching experiences.We excel for the excellent service and for providing you with a welcoming environment, where the quality and freshness of the products is never neglected.
Located in a lost village in the middle of the mountains, the Regional Restaurant Passos Perdidos gained fame at the expense of a relentless survey of the region's dishes, already in danger of falling into oblivion. Inaugurated in 1996, it occupies part of an old rural house in Vilarinho da Samardã, and inside it is preserved the memory of the writer Camilo Castelo Branco, who here, according to him, lived the happiest years of his youth.
Passos Perdidos Restaurant is a restaurant suitable for groups and great for children. We make food to be eaten elsewhere, we offer waiter service and let our guests enjoy a terrace that promises to impress with the natural landscape. We encourage you to book and we have a car park.
We do all kinds of events, from Weddings, Baptisms, Communions among others.
We accept as payment methods: Visa and Mastercard.
"A good soul always coincided with a good stomach." - Camilo Castelo Branco
In this village married the sister of Camilo Castelo Branco, Carolina Rita, and here Camilo remained, abotelished in the house of the medical brother-in-law, Francisco José de Azevedo between 1839 and 1841.
Popular restaurant and brewery from Porto, founded in 1983. Its famous francesinha has one of its main specialties. Restaurant of typical Portuguese and some Italian food, and without missing the real PORTUENSE food. Food cooked in the eyes of everyone without hiding anything from customers. Home cooking and great refinement.
Located in the Santo Ildefonso area of Porto, you will find the Baju restaurant.
With a discreet interior where modernity and good taste join hands, this friendly and relaxed space is the appropriate place to enjoy pleasant moments at table and in good company.
It presents a diverse menu, from which you can taste the salads, omelets, studs, so typical French, hake au gratin, codfish to Braga, octopus to lagareiro, veal chops, Brazilian picanha, tornedó with mushrooms and many other delicacies.
Theaterstuff Limpertsberg, the oldest and most prestigious district of the Roses. Corporate restaurant by day, neighborhood bar Nice and trendy at night ...
Come visit the oldest cafe in Oporto city, since 1859, where its history merges with its "invicta" city history, UNESCO World Heritage.
The coffee was founded in 1859 by Mr. Costinha, founder of the extinct Café Avenida and later Café Vitória, located on Avenida dos Aliados. With the departure of Costinha, Café Brasil came to belong to Alberto Arguelhes, a so-called "good soul and a great almoner", who from here went to the Publications Agency, and before the withdrawal in October 1939, pierced the establishment to his "old and jealous" employee António Silveira and his brother-in-law Eduardo Pinto da Cruz, a firm that acquired the social name of Silveira e Cruz.On 2 July 1953, José Domingues Mariz and Frederico Ferreira de Abreu acquired the share of Pinto da Cruz and formed a new company named Mariz & Companhia Lda. José Mariz, as principal partner, was assigned the "Administrative and Office Directorate ". António Silveira was responsible for the "Technical Management of the Coffee Movement" and Frederico Abreu was responsible for the "Cash Service".
More recently, in the 1980s, coffee and its company was acquired by two of its employees, including Manuel Pereira Teixeira, current and sole owner.
In 2008 the café expands its activity for catering, making the most delicious meals under the mastery of Chef D. Fernanda Teixeira, the owner's wife.
It is in downtown Porto that is the Casa do Carmo, a restaurant with a warm and inviting atmosphere. A relaxed space where the decoration reflects a perfect symbiosis between the classic and the contemporary.Not only known for the quality of their cuisine, but also for the huge variety of snacks they offer.A place to visit where you can taste a wide variety of dishes, or, for those who prefer, various traditional Portuguese snacks.