Where to Eat… Portuguese Food in Amsterdam

Where to Eat… Portuguese Food in Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands (B)

Portugal is one of those places that keeps calling me back… I’d visited Lisbon and the Algarve several years ago, and then I finally made it to Porto last autumn. Regular followers of this site will know the love affair I conducted with Madeira over six weeks at the start of 2022, and I’m already plotting my return next year. But in the meantime, I’ve been craving Portuguese food and trying to track down every Portuguese restaurant in Amsterdam. It turns out there are not that many – and there are even fewer that are any good. (I feel this is a gap in the market.) So this roundup, unlike most others that I write, comes with some conditions attached. I’m not saying that all of these restaurants are perfect, and I’ve been very honest about their limitations. But when only duck rice and white port will do, they’re here to hit the spot!

I’ve been craving Portuguese food and trying to track down every Portuguese restaurant in Amsterdam. It turns out there are not that many – and there are even fewer that are any good. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Where to Eat… Portuguese Food in Amsterdam
Guide Location: Netherlands » Amsterdam
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Vicky Hampton
Read it on Author's Website: https://www.amsterdamfoodie.nl/amsterdam-food-guide/portuguese-food-in-amsterdam/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Lizboa by De Kok & De Maitre
  • ARCA Amsterdam
  • Franggo
  • Portugália Tasca
  • De Portugees
  • Mister Nata

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