Welcome to Porto Where to Eat.pdf


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FRANCESINHA
Honestly, the Francesinha deserves its own heading. It’s an iconic dish of this city, and it’s an absolute
must eat (unless you’re vegan, in which case, we also recommend a place that actually serves up a
Vegatarian Francesinha). Francesinha is white bread with steak, a host of sausages over it, another piece
of white bread, covered in cheese, and typically with an egg on top. It should come with a serving of
fries, and an orange sauce made up of a number of liquors (don’t worry, you won’t be getting drunk).

YUKO Tavern
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/yuko-antas
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/yuko-antas/menu
https://nit.pt/buzzfood/restaurantes/votacao-nit-melhor-francesinha-porto
Rua de Costa Cabral, 2331, Antas, Porto

Voted the best Francesinha in the city of Porto 2017. It is a bit far off from the city center, located closer
to the Dragon Stadium which is home to Porto Football Club. Still, if you’re feeling adventurous, and
want to try the best, this is near the top of the list.

Café Santiago
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/caf%C3%A9-santiago-baixa
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/caf%C3%A9-santiago-baixa/menu

Rua de Passos Manuel, 226 4000-382
Closer to the city center, near the Via Santa Catarina, you’ll find another Francesinha place that is always
packed! You’ll likely have to wait 30 minutes to get in, but they serve a really good Francesinha.

O Forno
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/o-forno-coimbr%C3%B5es
https://www.zomato.com/pt/porto/o-forno-coimbr%C3%B5es/menu