Portuguese Restaurants Pittsburgh
Since Portugal ranks as one of the top four consumers of fish worldwide, it's only natural that its cuisine characteristically makes use of a wide variety of seafood. Its exploration nature has led to the popular use of exotic spices and flavorings such as curry, saffron, chilies, vanilla and cinnamon in cooking. The typical fare offered by Pittsburgh Portuguese restaurants include simple or elaborate fish or meat stews, clam dishes, and vegetable soups. More sophisticated restaurants also feature world-class goat cheeses and distinguished regional wines such as port or Madeira. For a memorable dining experience in Pittsburgh, sample the famous cod and potato casserole with traditional Portuguese bread, and finish your meal with cinnamon-flavored rice pudding.