Established in 1972, Cervejaria Galiza has been for many years a landmark in the city of Porto. Famous for its Francesinhas and the freshest seafood, Cervejaria Galiza is the perfect place for you to indulge in and after-hours.
Open everyday until 2 AM, Cevejaria Galiza offers a permanent kitchen service with a wide variety of dishes, among them the famous Galiza Steak, the Galiza Codfish and the Shellfish Rice. Definitely a must stop whenever appetite and good taste are at stake.
Two rooms with capacity for 122 people
15 seats at the counter
Smoking and Non-smoking areas
Opens every day from 8 AM to 1:45 PM
Kitchen opens from 12 PM to 1:45 PM
Breakfast and tea-time service
Closes the 24th of December at 7 PM and the 25th of December all day
4 plasmas with Sport TV
Special seats for babies
Reservations through +351 226 084 442.
Groups, anniversary parties, corporations, etc.
We offer our clients 2h of free parking in Mota-Galiza park for each meal.
Multibanco, Visa, Mastercard, Maestro
“I'm from Porto and know about Galiza, and also the Galiza since ever. I like it a lot and always come back.” Sérgio Godinho, poet, composer and singer
“What a pleasure to be here! The taste, the sympathy, the good service. Thank you for everything.” José Hermano Saraiva, historian, jurist and tv personality 30.01.1997
“It took them 25 years to ask me to sign the book and that only because I support Benfica! A friendly embrace.” Júlio Machado Vaz, psychiatrist and sexologist, 16.05.1997
“i liked it a lot. A big kiss from Isabel Figueira. PS Congratulations.” Isabel Figueira, fashion model and tv presenter
“How I miss the "Francesinha". Here I happily tasted this great Lisboan lacuna! (And gladly. It´s good to be back…)
Flavors shared with all your sympathy. Thank you, it was a pleasure!” Barbara Guimarães, tv presenter, 28.01.1998
“Thank you for the service and the quality.” Paulo Pires, actor and fashion model, 13.01.2006
“Thank you for your service. Thank you also for your solidarity to the people of East Timor.
Thank you.” D. Ximenes Belo, Nobel Peace Prize and bishop of East Timor, 18.10.2002