One of London’s less explored cuisines, you will find delicious Portuguese food served up in Porto Restaurant, a charming little restaurant nestled between Clapham and Brixton on Landor Road, close to Clapham North station. With an emphasis on seafood, the menu contains a large selection of Mediterranean inspired dishes made from simple and fresh ingredients for a true reflection of Portuguese tastes, ranging from small tapas style dishes to main courses and sharing platters.
It was a really nice traditional atmosphere with tradition music. The performance was unreal. It's worth going if you have a passion for Portugal and if you go to assist a band if not then I don't particularly recommend it.
Aiming to bring the lively spirit of Portuguese culture to London, Porto Restaurant on Landor Road in Clapham offers authentic Portuguese cuisine cooked up in a traditional and homely setting. Begin your meal in true Portuguese style with a range of small tapas dishes to share over a bottle of original Port wine. These include morcela grelhada, a Portuguese black pudding and polvo a galega, octopus salad flavoured with garlic and paprika.
The main course menu is also abundant with traditional Portuguese treats. Try some tripas à moda(tripes Porto style) or francesinha, a special sandwich originating from Porto made from a variety of different meats, smothered in cheese and covered in a thick tomato and beer sauce. Also on the menu is an extensive selection of fish, seafood and meat dishes made from the freshest ingredients typical of Portuguese cooking such as ginger, parsley, saffron and coriander. Book a reservation at Porto Restaurant in Clapham, close to Clapham North train station, and experience the distinct flavours of Portugal in London.