At Rua Tomás Gonzaga, in Porto, we find three friends who share an unconditional love for Invicta, crystallized in the elegant form of the restaurant Intrigo...
At Rua Tomás Gonzaga, in Porto, we find three friends who share an unconditional love for Invicta, crystallized in the elegant form of the restaurant Intrigo. João, António, and Veronica have found that, in fact, the whole is more than the sum of the parts, by joining forces and using each other's proficiencies. João graduated in European Studies in Porto, where he met Verónica. He has experience in restoration that accompanies him since adolescence, especially in the table service itself. Also accompanying him since his teenage years is Antonio, a mate from those days of sore knees and bike rides, for whom the pans and seasonings no longer have secrets. Verónica, on the other hand, assumes the part of management and organization of the business with a willingness provided by her specialization of studies, Community Policies.
Intrigo is based on the concept of slow rising bread, that results in a more nutritious and flavour-rich product. This was an idea that was matured for two years, combining this type of bread with modern gastronomy and the menu reflects it through signature cuisine filled with original and diverse ingredients. The variety is also evident in wines and cocktails, and this is an expanding area.
The young trio, however, encountered a curious problem. They had the challenge of making the menu the star of the business and not the place where it was inserted. It is not possible to explain the problem in words, it is actually necessary to experience the fantastic scenery that the restaurant provides, a privileged view over the Douro, enveloped in the Porto-Gaia duality. The junction of great gastronomy and space has attracted a varied public to the establishment. Tourists come to breathe Porto in a unique atmosphere, while the people of Porto appreciate the atmosphere of proximity and warmth that characterizes their city so well.
Intrigo came to settle in a place that was once a grocery store. It seems to be in the ideal place, judging by the easiness with which it was integrated into the life of this almost hidden mini-village of Porto. Come to know the house and remember its motto: 'Grow bread in the oven and good will all over the world'.
Mon. to Thu. 12:00 to 22:00 Fri. to Sat. 12:00 to 23:00 Sun. 12:00 to 22:00
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