Oporto Fooding House & Wine
With its Portuguese and Goan roots, Oporto’s creative cuisine satisfies that quixotic lust for both Iberian and Indian fare. Order this to go: Satisfying curry chicken empanadas boast airy, almost translucent puff pastry, with herb aioli for dipping. Another fave, queijo de cabra, translates as creamy baked goat cheese with ground walnuts immersed in a pool of brilliant red tomato-basil sauce; it has plenty of grilled bread for dipping. Equally fine is a dish of lamb and beef meatballs, tangy with mint and preserved lemon and sporting pine nuts and chermoula sauce. Pro tip: They can be a little slow to fill your order but it’s worth the wait. Fine wine list as well.
Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.