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Bifanas – Popular Portuguese Dish

Bifanas, one of the most popular dishes in Portugal.

A delicacy that’s widely eaten in Porto, which somewhat specific to the city, is the fabled Bifanas à Moda do Porto. 

Itself meaning ‘Porto-style Bifanas’ they are different here from much of the rest of the country where it is simply a pork steak grilled in bread.

Some places may add a touch of mustard but nothing too out there.

So nice, but nothing close to those from Porto. Although it is done in a similar style across the North of the country, what with Porto being the unofficial capital of the region.

Here thinly cut strips of pork are boiled in a sauce derived from differing quantities of beer, chili, and other flavors depending on the specific bar.

Where to have Bifanas à Moda do Porto?

There is nothing more local than going to a local ‘Tasca’ (bar) for a Bifana while FC Porto plays on the ubiquitous television. Washed down by a Super Bock, of course!

Check here one of the best places to have a Bifana à Moda do Porto – Conga Restaurant.

Join City Lovers Tours on our Food Tour Porto (click here) to discover the rich gastronomical culture in the beautiful city of Porto.

You will try this and many other traditional dishes.

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