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#5 of 6764 places to eat in Porto
ClosedOpens at 12:00
Portuguese, Wine bars, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 45-130 €
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R. de Entre-Quintas 220
Porto, Porto District, Portugal
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Both Museu Romantico and Antiqvvm are recommended for visiting. Immerse yourself in outstanding Portuguese cuisine here. Try nicely cooked salmon, scallops and veal. Most guests recommend trying tasty parfait and good gâteau. A number of reviewers point out that you can drink delicious port wine, tonic or white wine at this restaurant. Cortado is great, try it.

It's easy to find Antiqvvm due to its great location. This place is recommended for the cute crew. The cool service is something these restaurateurs care about. Here you will pay adequate prices. At this spot, guests can enjoy the charming ambiance and homey decor. It's a Michelin one-star restaurant, the award is usually given for providing delicious dishes.

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Absolutely gorgeous - amazing service and food. The wine pairings were second to none. Perfect for a special occasion.
Tl,Dr: Top, top, Michelin starred experience. One of my favourite meals in my life, and I've been to a number of starred restaurants in France itself.We went there on a lovely sunny afternoon for the lunch menu, which I think, at €45, is excellently priced. It's technically a three-course meal, but that's a big fat lie. The good kind of lie, though.Before our starter came we were presented with three amuse-bouche dishes that would have made it to the main menu at many other restaurants I've visited. We were also treated to a lovely box of chocolates and sweets when the meal was over - taking the total number of dishes up to 7. A full tasting menu for €45/pp - boom. Sold.This was the food we ate:Smoked salmon with lemon cream and beetroot foamPortuguese cheese with pork fat and onion jam - one of the stars of the show.Parfait of foie gras, smoked eel and grated lime in top. To die for. Probably the best treatment of foie gras I have ever experienced.Starter: Portuguese sausage, Chestnut and egg yolk with an onion broth poured on top. The sausage was soft enough to be cut by a spoon, and came coated in a charred breadcrumb coating that had been dipped in squid ink.My main was a lovely black pork loin that came with truffle and sweet potato.Basil macaroon, salted caramel chocolate, coconut ball, nougat, champagne and white chocolate ball, orange jelly.There are no words to describe the quality of this meal. Well, maybe there are, but I can't find them.Overall the food was excellent throughout, the service was spectacular and the location was right out of a movie. I loved Porto as a city, and I mean no disrespect, but this restaurant (together with one other, which I will review too), makes it an absolute certainty that I will return. The city should be indebted to it.
Quite a disappointment. The restaurant was literally empty (just our table). This fact usually tells you something. Hefty price tag with nothing really special. The food was ok, with the dish "Conservas" being the highlight of the menu, but I expected something special for the price tag. You can have a better culinary experience for less than half the price in a lot of restaurants in the city. Really poor value.
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R. de Entre-Quintas 220, Porto, Porto District, Portugal
Delivery Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Booking Сredit cards accepted Parking
Opening hours
SundaySun 12:00-15:00
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue 12:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-00:00
FridayFri 12:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-00:00
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