Restaurante abadia do porto
Why the name Abadia of Porto?
It is said that the name originates in the abbeys, where the pilgrims, who demanded of Santiago de Compostela, rested a few hours, sleeping and eating before to embark on another stage of the long walk with the religious purpose. Located in the historic part of the ” Invicta” city, the Abadia of Porto restaurant was founded in 1939.
What to do in Abadia do Porto?
Perfectly cooked pepper steaks, grilled cod and baked cod are among the dishes to be tasted at Abadia do Porto. You can share tasty chocolate mousse, beignets and parfait with your friends and spend a good time here. Good port wine, white wine or beer are the most popular drinks of this place.
Where to eat in Porto?
Restaurante Abadia do Porto was recommended by our hotels receptionist as we wanted to eat out at a traditional Portuguese restaurant. Food is delicious and they offer a great variety of Portuguese wines. Staff is really friendly and the atmosphere is great.
What does Abadia mean in Spanish?
Abadía ( Spanish pronunciation: [a.βaˈði.a]) is a Spanish municipality located at an altitude of 442 metres above sea-level in the Autonomous Community of Estremadura, province of Cáceres. In 2001 its population was 272 – c. 6 people per square kilometre within an area of 45 km². It name is due to the abandoned Abbey next to the town.
How many people does the Abadia restaurant in Lisbon hold?
The restaurant seats 280 people, its huge, but dont let that distract you. We ate a late lunch and it was just fine. Abadia is also recommended by Rick Steves in his Portugal travel book, which is how we found it.