Oporto Cafe Restaurant - Coral Way Miami FL

/ Seafood, Cafe, Restaurant
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$$$$ Average price: $11-30
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2257 Coral Way
Miami, Florida, USA
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This restaurant is known for providing Brazilian and Mediterranean cuisines. At Oporto Cafe Restaurant - Coral Way Miami FL, order nicely cooked grilled octopus, grilled cod and garlic shrimps. Most guests recommend trying good custard dessert and tasty dessert cookies. In accordance with the guests' opinions, waiters offer delicious wine, beer or white wine. Great coffee is worth trying here.

This place is famous for its great service and friendly staff, that is always ready to help you. This spot received 5 on TripAdvisor.

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The food here is amazing! If you are looking to try authentic Portuguese food, this is where you should go! We tried the Portuguese sausage with vinho verde, that sauce was so delicious and complemented the sausage very well. We also ordered the caldo verde, the traditional soup with potatoes and collard greens, very tasty. However, the star of the meal was definitely the COD, our server suggested the Bacalhau a Lagareiro, it was a beautiful, fresh piece of baked cod and they serve it with a combination of caramelized onions and roasted red peppers and a baked potato. That was such a great dish. For dessert we had the pqsteis de nata, a traditional flaky cream tart, so satisfying. Our server Virginia was the best, she was helpful, warm, efficient and had a beautiful smile on her face the whole time. I will no doubt return to try other dishes in this simple little gem on Coral Way.
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Call this place O-Part-O. It has two parts, one seafood and one non-seafood. The seafood restaurant is utterly magnificent and honors the great tradition of Northern Portuguese cooking. The non-seafood is thrown together as an afterthought. The non-seafood is third-rate at best. My mother played this right and ordered Northern Portuguese seafood classics. No one on the planet does grilled sardines better than the Portuguese. The cooks at Oporto grill sardines like masters. And they buy huge sardines. Any canner thinking about putting these sardines in a can would have had to think twice, because the fish were big enough to fight back. Oporto also does a first rate bacalhau, which is just as well because bacalhau represents a full third of their menu. The version my mother had had a wonderful char on the top. It was also served with onions and red peppers to die for. So she did well. I got a portuguese cheese deep fried with port sauce. The cheese was undersalted in the kitchen, and the port was provided in meager quantities. There was some spice in the deep fried breading - and when one hit a parsley bit, the dish got interesting. But it was a lackluster attempt. The chicken breast with creamy garlic sauce was completely dead. It was as if the cook was offended that I wasn't ordering fish, and had thrown something at me to keep me fed. Or they thought I was too geriatric to enjoy good food, so they made everything as bland as possible. Once again no salt. Also almost no garlic which is odd in a garlic sauce. The dish screamed for something like capers, or even something like parsley, but there was not a spice or a flavor to be had. They filled the plate up with a lot of homemade fresh out of the fryer potato chips. These are usually a real treat. I dive on hot fresh potato chips when I can get them. These were completely dead. Three quarters of my food was still on my plate when we left to go home. Fortunately, my mother has a small appetite, so her leftover sardines and bacalhau made a fine meal. * * * Robert Kelly has a hero, a super-genius psychoanalyst whose lesson for life is "Eat Fish and Thrive". This totally applies to Oporto. I say if they kill half of their menu, they could be one of the best restaurants in Miami.
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2257 Coral Way, Miami, Florida, USA
Сredit cards accepted Delivery Outdoor seating Wi-Fi Parking Wheelchair accessible Takeaway Booking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 11:30-21:00
MondayMon 11:30-21:00
TuesdayTue 11:30-22:00
WednesdayWed 11:30-22:00
ThursdayThu 11:30-22:00
FridayFri 11:30-23:00
SaturdaySat 11:30-23:00

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