Although there have been Portuguese Londoners since the sixteenth century, there’s never been a better time to experience Portugal’s unique culture in your backyard. Incentivised by record numbers of British tourists discovering the joys of Lisbon and Porto, a new wave of openings across London has added to the established restaurants, cafés and community hubs around Stockwell: London’s ‘Little Portugal’ for the last 30 years, and one of the largest Portuguese expat communities in the world.
So tell us: what’s your favourite Portuguese place in London? We want to know whose natas are second to none, who’s pouring the best of the Alentejo and where to party Lisboa-style. Leave your tips in the comments box below and we’ll use the best in Time Out London magazine. (And please, let’s leave Nando’s out of it.)