This marriage of wild harvested Galician razor clams with sea spaghetti only gets better in garlic sauce. A family company with two generations at work collecting wild seaweed from the Galician coast of northwestern Spain where the Atlantic meets the Cantabrian sea. Porto Muinos combine underwater diving with coastal rock harvesting when the tide is low to bring a variety of seaweeds to market through regulated and sustainable means and with great respect for the coastal ecosystem they inhabit.
Word has it that the best sardines come from neighboring waters. From the Atlantic and Mediterranean, we get fresh sardines with a silver shine. Add quality olive oil to wine and dine! Olive oil has always been one of the desired partners in Portuguese cuisine, and only excellent ingredients can aspire to have memorable encounters with such a refined olive oil.
The octopus is a delicious mollusc. Its consistency and soft texture make it a unique delicacy, unparalleled. What we propose is a spicy version of our octopus caught in the Atlantic Ocean. This irresistible combination with piri piri is so appealing that you will want to try this delicacy at every sunset.
The Rias Galegas region is one of the most important repositories of phytoplankton in the world and one of the best places to cultivate mussels. These farmed mussels come from the Galician Rias D.O.P. The seed is cultivate on ropes suspended from batea, rafts of eucalyptus lattice, for a year until they reach harvest size. These premium mussels are lightly fried and packed in the typical regional sauce made with vinegar and a paprika marinade.
Tender baby squid stuffed with their tentacles is slowly cooked in olive oil and covered with a handmade sauce made with fresh onion and tomato. This product has a spicy yet delicate flavor and natural texture.