Fodor's Expert Review Portucale
Atop a tall building north of the city, the lofty Portucale is known for its sweeping views that take in everything from the Atlantic Ocean to the Marão Mountains. Dining here is like stepping back in time, with mid-century modern furnishings, genteel service, and dishes that harken back to classic French cuisine (foie gras looms large). Local specialties include bacalhau à marinheiro (with shrimp and clams).
Rua da Alegria 598
Porto, Porto 4000-037, Portugal
- Best tables are beside the wraparound windows
- Delicious desserts brought around on a trolley
- Extensive wine list