Chinês

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  • Restaurants
  • Address: Avenida Vímara Peres, 38, 4000-544 Porto
  • Tel.: +351 222008915
  • Opening hours: Daily 12:30pm-2:30pm/7pm-11pm
  • Cost: Low cost (€)
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  • Smokers area: No
  • Internet access point: Yes
  • Wireless internet access: Yes
  • Capacity: 150
  • Payment cards: Multibanco, VISA, American Express, Mastercard
  • Under the watchful eye of those who come from Gaia's side, when crossing the Luiz I Bridge, and surrounded by some of the most typical monuments and tourist areas of the city of Porto, is our Restaurante Chinês.
    Established in 1966, it is considered one of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Portugal.
    Decorated with typical Chinese motifs, unique and original, in which stands out the wood and red colour; with high ceilings and surrounded by glass, lets in more natural light and gives late afternoon a magical atmosphere.
    With more than 50 years, it delights several generations maintaining has always an excellent quality!
  • Cuisine type: Chinese
  • Specialties: Prawn with Garlic on a sizzling plate; Jiao zi; Prawn¿s Dumplings; Beijing Duck; Duck with orange; Beef in Aluminium Foil; Prawn with spicy sauce; Vegetarian dishes.
  • GPS: 41.142512, -8.610099
  • E-mail: chowfengying@hotmail.com
  • Bus: STCP - 1M, STCP - 207, STCP - 303, STCP - 400, STCP - 500, STCP - 900, STCP - 901, STCP - 904, STCP - 905, STCP - 906, STCP - ZH, STCP - ZR, STCP - 10M, STCP - 11M
  • Tram: STCP - Circular trip Carmo - Batalha
  • Funicular: Metro do Porto -
  • Metro: Metro do Porto - D
  • Sightseeing Tours: City Sightseeing Portugal - Blue Line, Red Line; Yellow bus - Historical Porto, Porto Castles
  • Average price: 9 €
  • Discounts: PortoCard PortoCard 10% discount, 10% discount
  • Recommended for: Couples, Young people, Families, Seniors

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