Every dish is paired with perfect wine and the restaurant's cellar is legendary. If you want to know more about the neighbourhood, take a look at our guide of the best areas to stay in Porto.
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Each course is served in a series of memorable 'acts', another dramatic nod to the restaurant's location. And if you want to hang out after dinner, Bairro Alto is the best area to stay in Lisbon for nightlife.
Always leave room for sake jelly after dinner and think about staying overnight in World Heritage Sintra. It ranks on our list of best things to do in Portugal and is also the most visited site in the entire country. Alternatively, take a guided day trip to Sintra from Lisbon.
The results are divine enough to attract many of Portugal's top chefs and we highly recommend the octopus fritters and John Dory with coriander rice. Find out more about Faro in our Algarve Portugal: a year round guide.
Start off with oysters or clams in garlic sauce then move on to succulent fish baked in salt or opt for fish cataplana - seafood broth made in a giant wok. If you want more peaceful Algarve beaches see our guide to undiscovered Portugal: best places to get off the tourist trail.
Sunsets on the side at this restaurant are gorgeous too and it's easy to see why Alentejo features in our what are the 10 best beaches in Portugal guide. For more regional flavours take a look at Alentejo wine and food explored on a local tasting tour.
You might not need a main course, however, Adega's grilled meats are also very good. If you want more Alentejo authenticity, explore 9 of the best pousadas in Portugal.
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