Time Out says
The Páteo das Flores, housed in a late-18th-century nobleman’s home, boasts a list of more than 100 Portuguese wines and a menu of snacks (priced from €4 to €18) ranging from amêijoas à Bulhão Pato (clams with coriander and garlic), francesinha em massa folhada (a pastry variant of Porto’s famed multi-layered sandwich), tuna tartare with soy and recurrant sauce, scrambled eggs with oyster mushrooms and truffle-flavoured olive oil, peixinhos da horta (battered, fried runner beans) and sweetpotato chips. If you want to see and be seen, position yourself on the terrace; if you prefer a lower profile, plump for one of the high chairs in the front room.
Rua das Flores, 135
|Opening hours:||Seg 19.30-23.00, Ter-Sáb 12.30-23.00|