Portuguese Food in London

The Best Portuguese Food in London.

If you don’t have the time to visit Portugal or just missing one of the best Portuguese food you ever had, then you can just come over to Grelha D’Ouro restaurant in London.

The cuisine is pleasing to all because of its diversity. Grelha D’Ouro is a Portuguese restaurant that serves everything from the freshest fish to the most tender cuts of meat to the most succulent poultry. Fresh vegetables and rice and beans accompany every meal and desserts seduce even the most discerning eye.

About Portuguese Food

Portuguese cuisine is typically hearty, relying on fresh ingredients. From the mountains in the north of Portugal to the rolling hills and plains of the south, Portugal offers a wide range of culinary delights.

Portuguese food is refreshing, simple and heavily fish based – the country has the highest fish consumption per capita of any European country and one of the highest in the world. We can say that Portugal is a seafaring nation with a well-developed fishing industry and this is reflected in the amount of fish and seafood eaten.

Eating meat and poultry on a daily basis was historically a privilege of the upper classes. Pork and beef are the most common meats in the country. A traditional stew for meat lovers, this dish includes chicken, beef, pork and several pork and blood sausages.

Portugal formerly had a large empire and the cuisine has been influenced in both directions. Portuguese influences are strongly evident in Brazilian cuisine, which features its own versions of Portuguese dishes, such as feijoada and caldeirada (fish stew).