Sushi at home porto
Where to eat sushi in Porto?
One of the things I like best about Ikeda, one of the best sushi restaurants in Porto, is the variety of dishes served – such as ramen, ceviche and aji tataki (thinly chopped mackerel), among other options.
What is your experience with subenshi in Porto?
My relationship with Subenshi is not absolutely linear. I love the space, in the center of Porto’s nightlife, and the service is very attentive. I never had a bad experience there but I always make the mistake of ordering a free style – and I end up eating sushi with strawberry or starry egg (heeeeelp!).
What to do on a date in Porto?
If you prefer to order from the menu you have a generous list of sashimi, nigiri, gunkan, uramaki and temakis to choose from This is one of the best sushi restaurants in Porto to bring a date (given the romantic atmosphere). If you want to make your night extra special, watch a Fado show at
What to do in Porto for a romantic date?
, a bottle of wine and some glasses and go enjoy the company of your better half at Serralves’ parks. It is definitely one of the top romantic things to do in Porto! The ticket to Serralves costs 20€ (garden + museum).
What to eat in Porto?
Adventurous eaters should try Porto’s famous tripe stew, tripas à moda do Porto, made with pork, chouriço sausage, and vegetables. The dish’s roots are thought to trace back to the Age of Discovery, when locals supposedly bestowed Portuguese explorers with their finest cuts of meat, leaving those left ashore with the off-cuts.
How many days to spend in Porto Portugal?
Ideally, we would recommend that you spend at least 2-3 days in Porto. There are many great sights that we had to exclude from our one-day Porto itinerary, such as the Soares dos Reis National Museum, the Serralves Contemporary Art Museum, and a Douro River cruise.
Where to spend a day at the beach in Portugal?
Only 8 kilometers from the city center, Matosinhos is a fishing town, perfect for a sunny day at the beach. Only a 20-minute drive from Porto, Praia de Matosinhos is the largest beach close to Porto. From surfing to relaxing at a beach bar, as well as lifeguards on-site, the facilities at this beach are great for a family day at the beach.