Fodor's Expert Review Adega Regional Quelha
The restaurants along or near Rua 31 de Janeiro may have river views, but they don't necessarily serve the best food. This ham-and-garlic-bedecked place—off a square at the end of the main street—has no views, but the regional fare served on its wooden tables make it worth a trip. Regular dishes include cozido à portuguesa (a sausage, bean, and vegetable stew), cabrito assado (roasted kid), and tripas (tripe and beans). If you're planning on dinner, come early because the small space fills up fast.
Rua da Olivença
Amarante, Porto 4600-095, Portugal
- The roasted rabbit, served on weekends, is a house specialty
- Try the rabanada, a regional dish similar to French toast
- Cozy and rustic atmosphere