Brick Clérigos is probably one of the city's most beautiful restaurants. It has a large wooden table filling up the main room, kitchen utensils hanging from the ceiling and a cutlery cupboard in the middle of the dining room. Yes, it's possible a stranger will ask you to pass the salt, but that's part of this restaurant's charm. The concept was developing a place to remind you of a (good) friend's home, with an open kitchen almost next to the community table as the finishing touch. But wait, the cherry on top of the cake is the food. There are cheese boards, hot and cold sandwiches, all kinds of salads. Everything healthy and very Instagram-friendly.
Traveling with kids can be hard sometimes, especially when it comes to dinner time. If you’re looking for a place where you can have a pleasant meal, while your kids are happy playing around, you’ve just arrived at the right place. Book a table for the whole family at the best child-friendly restaurants in Porto.