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Porto is not a big city, even so, this Portuguese city offers a fantastic gastronomic offer for lovers of traditional food. By Spanish standards, it seems as if the prices on the menus have not yet suffered the cataclysm of the change to the euro and you can dine fish or seafood with the drink included in most restaurants for less than 15 euros.
The star dish of Porto is without a doubt the cod. There are multiple ways to cook it. Fast food chains still do not proliferate too much since the inhabitants of Porto have their own fast food par excellence: it is called francesihna and consists of a toast of bread stuffed with cooked ham, sausage and lots of gratin cheese. A real bomb to scare any Big Mac and not get a head. We also found a culture based on pork, with roasted chorizo tapas and multiple variants in many bars around the river.
We already talked about Porto about a year ago. You can take a look at the different areas where to eat in the city.