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Cuisines: Japanese. Restaurant details Good for: Families with children. Reviewed October 24, The food was just average and very overpriced.
We would not go back. Date of visit: November Thank GratefulChildofGod. Reviews Traveler rating. See what travelers are saying:. Reviewed September 25, I was impressed!
Date of visit: September Reviewed September 15, Not bad for buffet. Thank j Reviewed May 7, Great clean seafood buffet at a great price.
Reviewed October 19, Good place to eat at reasonable price. Travelers who viewed Makkoli Seafood Buffet also viewed. Seafood Empire. Blue Water Seafood.
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For those with more time to spare, take a stroll down the bustling Rua das Flores, or a boat ride along the Rio Douro, or even a bus out to the Atlantic coast at Matosinhos. There is no doubt: this Unesco heritage city makes for the perfect weekend break. With mass tourism comes inevitable change, however.
Today, cool kerbside cafes and hip hotels are replacing the derelict tenements of yesteryear. But what of the city away from the tourist trail? Construction cranes may nowadays be cramming the skyline and the clickety-clack of cabin-sized suitcases may be filling the air, but life in the backstreets still goes on. Be sure to eat at this fantastic restaurant in the up-and-coming Bonfim bairro.
With just six tables around an open kitchen, the space is unpretentious and intimate. A former architect, chef Pedro Barreiros produces each individual dish with an eclectic combination of mathematical precision, gastronomic mastery and creative flare.
The result is a whirlwind of inventive delight, with simple yet sublime courses like chestnut cream and mushroom foam, masala-spiced tuna tartare, and squid risotto. Each dish arrives at the table with a short introduction by the charming staff, who are happy to recommend accompanying wines and other tipples. It is open day and night during the week Mon-Fri Candelabro is rare in the breadth of its wine selection, with 60 varieties from across Portugal.
By mid-afternoon in summer, students begin to drift in, filling the sun-drenched pavement patio. Occupying a former bookshop, Porto-born owners Hugo and Miguel have kept true to the spirit of the place and the walls are lined with secondhand books for sale. Because of its late opening this is also the place to go for a quiet, postprandial glass of port. For a unique alternative, book into the exquisitely decorated myhomeinporto.
Former Lisbon-based interior designer Juan de Mayoralgo has turned this classic s townhouse into an oasis of stylish calm. Light and airy, the three en-suite bedrooms are decked out with the same trademark taste and attention to detail. For a marker of how a city is holding out against the tide of global brands, count up its independent bookshops.
By that measure, Porto remains in good shape. Otherwise, head to nearby Gostar de Ler. Books are arranged together as much by aesthetic sensibility as subject matter, a sort of Dewey Decimal system for the soul. Far from it, in fact.