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One of our top three meals in a month in Portugal. And that is saying a lot as there are many great eating options in Portugal. Located on a quiet side street the atmosphere is welcoming, romantic and unique. We shared a salad and an...More
We visited this restaurant last night. The food was amazing! Close to the best we have had in our 10 days in Portugal. We ordered the quinoa salad, fish broth and cool chicken. Dessert- carob pie was spectacular. Highly recommended
Trendy interiors with great food and atmosphere to go along with. Their own brewed beer is excellent and a must if you’re into your craft ales. We had the rabbit ragu and the cod fish ravioli which were both very good, and the waiter recommended...More
Not to be missed when on a weekend trip to Porto (like we were). Porto (and Portuguese people) is/ are amazing, so friendly, so nice food, great atmosphere, amazing value for money, all that is Miss Opo. Got it recommended by a friend, just returning...More
This restaurant was mentioned in our travel app, so we went by to check it out.
The concept looked nice and the menu changes every day, indicating that everything is very fresh. Also it makes your diner choices a suprise ,since you do not know...More
An experience to be savoured. Its a trendy place where the handwritten menu changes daily, and the ambient music is on vinyl. Very relaxing.
Lovely food, with a shared table that solo diners can use. Higher end of price spectrum for Porto, but staff lovely...More
Our first meal was so good we booked a table 3 days later. Our second meal was poor and service very slow. We told the staff but they were not very receptive.
The above makes it difficult to give a fair assessment so I have...More
We ordered wraped salmon which was wraped with paper, and the waitress said the paper is edible but it was not. Communication was not accurate and the taste was soso. We also waited a long time for our food.
Miss’Opo is perhaps not to everyone’s taste: it’s hipsterish, but not overwhelmingly so, and it offers a lighter take on Portuguese food, which was a welcome contrast to a lot of other places.
Contrary to some reviews, we found the service absolutely fine, and helpful....More