Portuguese Gastronomy: Best Luxury Restaurants in Portugal ♦ Portuguese gastronomy is world renowned and desired. In a country with the most varied resources, the typical gastronomy is able to satisfy all tastes and the experience is considered to be unique and unforgettable. If you want to see your senses stimulated and discover a new dining venue to take your breath, then Portugal is the country that will show you a new gastronomic world. Today Secrets From Portugal will tell you about the luxury restaurants in Portugal, keep reading.
Casa de Chá da Boa Nova
The Casa de Chá da Boa Nova goes beyond a mere restaurant
As you enter it, you are immediately struck by the magnificent view over the grand Atlantic Ocean. The head Chef Rui Paula makes this place one filled with surprises, not only from a gastronomic point of view but also due to the way he interacts with clients. Lastly, this establishment is the result of the architectural genius of Álvaro Siza Vieira, being one of his most emblematic works.
Address: Rua da Boa Nova, 4450-705 Leça da Palmeira
In the historic heart of Vila Nova de Gaia, ‘The Yeatman’ hotel is located on a modern building with a privileged view over some of the most iconic locations in ‘Ribeira do Porto’ (riverfront), as well as only a short distance from the ancient and iconic lodges of Port Wine. In 2016, the restaurant integrated within this luxurious hotel was recognised with two Michelin Stars, making it the only one in the city with this award. Here guests will experience a unique gastronomic experience made out of the freshest local produce and inspired by the local cuisine and wine.
Address: Rua do Choupelo, 4400-088 Vila Nova de Gaia
Located in the heart of Guimarães, in Northern Portugal, ‘A Cozinha’ brings a new concept to Portugal, where creativity and tradition meet to stimulate all of our senses. Dancing at the rhythm of the seasons and in sync with nature, the restaurant always aims to feature local products, that combine the sophistication of haute cuisine with the simplicity of traditional cooking.
Address: Rua de Costa Cabral 2343, Porto
G Restaurant is located in Trás-os-Montes and it is integrated into the São Bartolomeu Historic Hotel. The restaurant is highly acclaimed as it has been the first in the region to make it to the Michelin Guide list. The head chef Óscar learned the basis of traditional cooking from his mother and developed his skills later on with the help of chef João Rodrigues, from Feitoria restaurant and chef Vincent Farges, from Epur Restaurant.
Address: Estrada do Turismo S/N, 5300-271 BRAGANÇA (PORTUGAL)
Dating back to the 19th century, Quinta da Macieirinha has been transformed into something new – AntiqVVm. Space where you can admire the monumental beauty of the building and surrounding gardens, as well as the privileged and unique landscape of Invicta city. Now, add to all this a truly unique culinary experience provided by the masterful hand of the head chef Vitor Matos.
Address: Rua de Entre-Quintas 220, 4050-240 Porto
Largo do Paço
Just a few minutes away from Porto and Rio Douro is the Michelin-star restaurant ‘Largo do Paço’, which counts with a refined and welcoming environment as well as a dedicated team of professionals. At lunch, you can enjoy our everyday Portuguese cuisine, filled with the thrilling flavours from the region, and fresh products from the land and sea. The menus change seasonally to incorporate the freshest and most organic products available on the market.
Address: Largo do Paço 6, 4600-017 Amarante
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