Additional health and safety measures in place at Porta Tapas

March 12, 2020

We take the wellbeing of our customers and staff extremely seriously. In light of the ongoing (Covid-19) Coronavirus pandemic, we wanted to let you know about additional safety measures in place at the Porta Tapas bars. As usual, the bars will be deep cleaned every day. In addition, we are now cleaning and sanitising door
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Calçotada 2020

February 18, 2020

What? Calçotada set menu (£25pp) When? Sunday 8th March from 13.30 (bookings taken for this event) Where? Porta Salford – 216 Chapel Street. The Spanish calendar is packed with festivals, celebrating everything from saints to tomatoes. Of course, our favourites are those that celebrate food which is lucky as it’s Calçotada time, a celebration of
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Porta’s gin cured salmon special

September 18, 2019

If you’ve travelled the Balearic Islands then you’ll almost definitely have sampled Xoriguer Gin (pronounced cho-rig-air). Well recognised in its distinctive green bottle, this Menorcan gin from the port of Mahón delivers a refreshing quench with strong notes of juniper and citrus. It’s one of two gins that we at Porta have specifically chosen to
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The Pilgrimage

February 27, 2019

Chef-owner Joe Wright and his wife Robyn headed on their annual pilgrimage to Spain, all in aid of research of course… The food journey began in Barcelona then on to Tarragona for the freshest seafood, Valencia for amazing rice dishes, Cuenca and finally hearty stew and offal in Madrid for NYE. Here are Joe’s food tour highlights: Tarragona
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Porta Salford is here

December 21, 2018

After months of hard work and preparation, we couldn’t be more excited to announce that Porta Salford has landed. We opened the doors on Wednesday 5th of December after a brilliant launch event. The idea behind Porta is to embrace the true concept of tapas – a social experience that can be enjoyed over a
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New Kid on the block

October 9, 2018

Our third Porta site is on its way… Opening on Chapel Street in Salford, Manchester in November, all being well. As we eagerly await the results of the hard labour that includes stripping back the many layers of wood-chip and re-laying the beautiful parquet floors. Characterful sites suit the laid-back style of Porta well and
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