Down on the water by Hull Marina, you can find a restaurant that serves up a repertoire simple, authentic Italian dishes that is the envy of the East Riding. Al Porto specialise in classic fare such as pasta and ravioli, while also offering meat, fish and vegetarian dishes that are beloved all over Hull. No Italian meal is complete without a lush glass of wine and Al Porto’s extensive wine selection will delight you as will the rustic atmosphere and stylish decor. Visit Al Porto in Warehouse 13 on Kingston Street on Hull Marina – just remember to book ahead of time to avoid disappointment.
Italian cuisine is easy to prepare but difficult to master, but at Al Porto, they do it with ease at their outlet set inside Warehouse 13 on Kingston Street, right down on Hull Marina. Al Porto has a kitchen stocked with the freshest ingredients, and can boast cured meat imported directly from Italy alongside the locally sourced produce, so it is no wonder that their output is so consistent in its quality. Customers are spoiled by the authentic, traditional fare on offer, such as Italian meatballs and seafood linguine, as well as classic dishes such as steak and monkfish.
Begin your meal at Al Porto on Kingston Street with an Italian regional speciality of Nduja, a sausage from Calabria in the south, before moving onto a pasta dish, such as their lobster ravioli, or a main: we’d recommend the sea bass fillet for fish lovers, or the chicken in green pesto sauce. Wash it down with a selection of red and white wines from their list and you’re well on the way to a top quality night out in Hull. Book a table and set off down to the Marina and Al Porto on Kingston Street for a meal to remember.
Second time I’ve visited recently. Lovely experience both times. Tasty pasta. Regrettably no pizza or garlic bread though.
Since my last review the restaurant and been given more than a make over, the owners have created a larger dining area and an area to sit and have pre and post dinner drinks. The ambiance was perfect, the service excellent and the food could not have been better. Certainly an improvement had been made the cost can be seen in the changes and well worth a visit and not just for special occasions.
The best tornados Rossini in town. Fillet cooked to perfection as are accompaniments. Decent wine list with a very pleasing negroamaro. Lovely warm atmosphere and calm friendly staff. Perfect for a quiet evening with friends and loved ones.