Portuguese food is a small but specific cuisine. Find out where to sample the best, from high-end bacalhau to lowbrow piri piri chicken. Chowhounds also offer up great recipes for everything from kale soup to donuts.

How to Make Seafood Soup From Around the World

The ocean covers roughly 70 percent of the entire planet and touches numerous shores spanning the globe, so it's no surprise that so many countries have their own beloved fish and shellfish dishes...

Francesinhas in Newark? ( Portuguese sandwich )

by Lambretta76 15 years ago

I just spent a lovely 10 days in the Oporto area of Portugal and fell in love with the local sammich - the Francesinha. It's the only thing I can imagine that is worse for you than Quebecois poutin...

My hunt for the best pastel de nata in New Jersey

by goodparmesan 5 months ago

I love the elusive Portuguese egg tart. I traveled to Portugal for it, and I’ve been on the hunt to find one that can match my nostalgia for it. One would think that would be easy, as Newark is...

AYCE Crab Feed, Feb 2, A.F.D.E.S Portuguese Hall Salinas

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 3 months ago

February 2, 2019 @ 5:30 PM 4:30 PM Take-Out ---------------------------------------------------------- $60 ALL YOU CAN EAT... crab, shrimp, salad, garlic bread, wine, soda Music and dan...

Malasadas @ Portuguese Bakery, Santa Clara

by Melanie Wong 16 years ago

After lunch in Koreatown, we continued along El Camino Real to Portuguese Bakery in Mervyn’s Plaza to buy malasadas. The style here is heavy, eggy and very chewy, sprinkled with sugar – hit the sp...

Pastéis de Nata (Portuguese Custard Tarts) at Ossining Bakery

by vinouspleasure 1 year ago

With the closing of Cidade, Ossining Bakery has been offering Portugese tarts on the weekends. First try, a year or so ago, was underwhelming but I discovered if you stop by sat mornings, they're p...

Portuguese chourico

by carochinha 8 months ago

I'm craving caldo verde but you really do need the right ingredients. I'm in the NYC area and would love to avoid a schlepp to Newark or Minneloa. Any suggestions for a market that sells authenti...

By Toronto standard, Great authentic Macau/Portuguese food inside 'New Kennedy Mall' food court, Hwy #7 and Kennedy.

Charles Yu
by Charles Yu 5 years ago

A while back, I was given a head's up about some of the great and cheap food offered by this authentic Macau/Portuguese food stall. Today, whilst running errands in the vicinity of the 'New Kenned...

Brined cod tongues preparation/recipes

by squareone 1 year ago

Does anyone know what to do with raw brined cod tongues? I bought some in a portuguese supermarket and can't find any information about how to prepare them or any recipes.

Healdsburg's Cafe Lucia has closed

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 11 months ago

The first thing I read this morning in my FB feed was the announcement below from Cafe Lucia of its closing. On my way home today, I stopped at the restaurant to see if any other info might be a...

Portuguese Chorizo in Ottawa?

by pekkle38 14 years ago

I wanted to make a casserole dish using portuguese chorizo. I had found it in Loblaws when in Toronto, so I assumed when I got back to Ottawa they would have it there too. Well I was mistaken and...

Portugal Short Trip - Dining Experiences - April 2018

by karasu 1 year ago

Just got back from a week long trip to Portugal and managed to experience some of the most discussed restaurants in the area. I got a lot of helpful suggestions on this forum - thanks a lot! We ...

Plymouth, MA Italian-Portuguese flatbread

by foodguy29 11 years ago

I know this is going to be a long shot, but its worth a try. There are a few Italian and Portuguese bakeries in Plymouth, MA that sell this round flatbread that has minced meats cooked into it. I'm...

October 2013 Cookbooks of the Month, THE FOOD OF PORTUGAL and THE NEW PORTUGUESE: Little Bites; Appetizers and Condiments; Soups; Sundries

by BigSal 5 years ago

Please use this thread to report on the following chapters from the October Cookbooks of the Month: Appetizers and Condiments (The Food of Portugal), pages 81 – 94 Soups (The Food of Portugal),...

October 2013 Cookbooks of the Month, THE FOOD OF PORTUGAL and THE NEW PORTUGUESE TABLE: Vegetables, Rice and Salads; Eggs, Vegetables and Rice

by BigSal 5 years ago

Please use this thread to report on the following chapters from the October Cookbooks of the Month: Vegetables, Rice and Salads (The Food of Portugal), pages 201 – 222 Eggs, Vegetable and Ric...

recipe request: portuguese style marinated "blade meat"

by Jardinia 8 years ago

Anyone out there remember the marinated pork made by the long-closed Zito's Market in Attleboro, MA? It was, to my recollection, a pork blade steak or similar cut done up in a strong marinade wit...

Portuguese egg tarts: where do you get yours?

by grayelf 6 years ago

I was intrigued to read on kitsilano.com that Café Bica by GIsle does pasteis de nata. A good one of these is hard to come by, especially on the west side, so I'm looking forward to trying. Where e...

Dining itineraries in Lisbon - Looking for another 1-2 restaurants

by karasu 1 year ago

First, thanks a lot for the useful information and I have read and learned a lot from the discussions here. We are flying from nyc and will be staying in Lisbon for 5 days in April. This will be ou...

Yonkers, Portugese

by MOREKASHA 1 year ago

Was driving through Yonkers today and discovered a small Portuguese community. Never heard about it. Does anybody have recommendations for which place(s) are good to eat or worth the shorter drive ...

La Bodega (Watertown MA)

by BostonBestEats 1 year ago

La Bodega is the long-awaited sequel to Gabriel Bremer and Analia Verolo's Salts in Cambridge, which closed after a flood back in 2014. Although the celebrated roast duck from Salts is still on th...