As you make your way through Porto’s historic town centre, get to know its best artisan produce any day of the week.
In Formosa street you’ll be able to get up to date with the tastiest traditional Portuguese products thanks to this shop catering to Portuguese gastronomy, one of the city’s oldest. Opened in 1912 as a stationers, haberdashery and tea and coffee shop, this house with the old world atmosphere gracefully represents the leading aestheticism prevalent in the early part of last century, and items like cheeses, hams, processed meats, olive oils, honey and jams and preserves al radiate out from its shelves. It was recently acknowledged as the best regional produce establishment in the whole country by the prestigious ‘Wine Review’, a gong which faithfully reflects one of the main prerequisites of the premises: in a nutshell, quality.
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