Try a snack in the Harbor in sites that remain faithful to the traditions of the Portuguese. Follow our suggestions.
Balance the traditional and the modern, and the results are always spaces that are able to make us feel at home.
With sweets the most typical or the most innovative, with adaptations of typical cakes or with classic as simple as croissantes, the quality and delight are present in each one.
So if you need to innovate in the places to have a snack at the Port, but do not want to bet in sites very different or bold, and prefers environments and more traditional, these are the tips listed.
7 THE TRADITIONAL VENUES FOR LUNCH IN THE PORT
- DAIRY LOW
A reviver of the tradition, the Dairy Low is a space very welcoming and cozy, with vintage décor that makes us feel in a space of family. All the cakes are homemade and the options are varied, going through flavors like walnut, chocolate, apple or cinnamon.
It also has the chocolate base, the scones, the muffins nutella or strawberry, custard tarts and, of course, the croissantes!To track you can always opt for hot chocolate or one of the many teas that this space has to offer.
Where: the Dairy of the Low | Rua Passos Manuel, nº105, Port
Price: About 4€ per person
- CARMELITE BISTRO
Inspired by the traditional cuisine, this space is distinguished by sweet as the pastel de Tentúgal, the easter cakes of Keys or the cakes of queens park rangers. But there are also scones, bagels, quiches and, of course, the famous, and irresistible to the cheese.
With a fully furnished Portuguese were the rugs Earthy on the wall or the chairs of the tail of the cod. The result is a cosy, familiar and warm where the desire is to relax and delight yourself with the delicacies they offer.
Where: the Carmelite Bistro | Rua Saraiva de Carvalho, 16’s energy, Port
Price: Around 6€ per person
- NOURISHED BY THE INFLUENCE OF FLOWERS
In a small space warm and cozy is this space where the chocolate is the main element. But also the cookies and the jam craft are deserving of the spotlight. Everything here is handmade, ranging from cakes and brownies to muffins, passing by the quiches, and savory.
Try the hot chocolate with Portuguese wine,the toast of banana with chocolate and peanut butter, the almond biscuits and caramel or pastel de nata with Port wine and chocolate.
Where: nourished by the influence of the Flowers | the Street of the Flowers, nº121, Port
Price: Around 5€ per person
- YELLOW TOAST
The name gives an indication to all: here you will find the best toast of downtown Porto. With a simple décor, cozy and cozy, this tea lounge is a space where we feel like to sit back and relax from the moment you get in there.
The bread can be like this: chapata, cereals, nuts, or hazel. In addition to the butter, you can ask for extras such as jam or nutella (yes, it is even possible). Also the varieties of tea to accompany the snacks are many, going through options such as black, green or white.You can of course opt for other suggestions such as the wraps, salads, scones or homemade cakes.
Where: Yellow Roasted | Rua de José Falcão, nº29, Port
Price: Around 6€ per person
- CONFEITARIA TAVI
A mixture between tradition and balance, there is this confectionery with an enviable view over the sea. Here it is also possible to be sitting down to delight in the delicacies of the house at the same time that has a view to the kitchen and sees the cakes being cooked at the moment.
Must-sees here are the croissantes brioche and scones, which are both absolutely delicious, but also desserts such as pie, walnut cake, the king or the bacon of the sky. You can also always opt for a healthier option like a yogurt, it is simple, green or berry.
Where: Confeitaria Tavi | the Street of our Lady of Light, nº363, Port
Price: About 8€ per person
- GROCERY STORE OF MICHAEL
In a small cozy space in front of the river, the Grocery store, Miguel maintains the traditions of a former grocery to sell vegetables, fruits, and bread.
With a tranquil environment, is perfect to relax and enjoy a light meal with fresh juices, salads, quiches, crostinis or toast in bread. All very simple, but always delicious and with an inspiration from the very traditional.
Where: Grocery store Miguel | Rua do Passeio Alegre, nº130, Port
Price: About 8€ per person
It is one of the most emblematic plazas of the Port and virtually needs no introduction. Situated in the heart of the city, not only all the architecture and decor give it the status that it has, as the tradition of the tertulia attribute to him the concept of cultural space.
In the past it was a space that brought together various personalities from the artistic and cultural life d cidade.Com almost 100 years of existence, it is already considered to be cultural heritage of the city and one of the ten coffees most beautiful in the world.
Where: Majestic | Rua Santa Catarina, nº112, Port
Price: Around 10€ per person
Now that you know where to lanchar in the Port… Good appetite!
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