Due to its location Porto is heaven for pescetarians. My family and I ate so much fish there. The fish was fresh and tasted good.
This is sardine. There are 6 pieces one portion.
Braised Octopus (Polvo in Portuguese) which was succulent and tender.
The fish and octopus were grilled. The seasoning was simple: garlic, salt, pepper and abundant olive oil. On the side as you see: cooked potato, salad, paprika and salad. Despite the big portion, it felt light in my stomach.
Catch of the day: Sardines and Mackerel at Bolhao market.
Plenty of garlic on cord at Bolhao market.
As mediterranean country, Portugal has a long history of wine and wineries. Port wine comes from Porto. Port wine and wine are everywhere in the city. The wine tourism is promoted very well. In front of Ribeira, across the Douro river there is Gaia, a part of Porto municipality. At…