Porta – Delightful European Cuisine at Park Hotel Clarke Quay

PORTA – Storefront

Storefront of PORTA Fine Food and Import Company

PORTA Fine Food & Import Company located at the lobby of Park Hotel Clarke Quay serves exquisite European dishes at affordable prices. Not only can you savour classic European food at the restaurant, there’s also a retail area that allows diners to buy some of the delicious ingredients used in the dishes at Porta. There are even recipes provided for diners to recreate the taste of Porta when they are back at home. We were so fortunate to be invited down to Porta for a tasting event that showcases a wide array of their delectable dishes.


Porta – Interior 1

Porta – ALC MenuPorta – Brunch MenuPorta – Beverage MenuMocktail – Another Dawn (S$8)

Service and Ordering

Breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner are available at this modern European restaurant. Porta serves a comprehensive array of dishes that covers all possible genres that I can think of. There’s also a separate brunch menu available daily from 8.00am to 4.00pm. The food at Porta is reasonably-priced where the prices of the mains range from S$20 to S$34, with Angus Beef Rib-Eye as the most expensive item on the menu.


Porta-Seared Tuna Nicoise Salad

Porta –  Seared Tuna Nicoise Salad

We kicked start of our dinner with both chilled and hot dishes as the appetisers. Firstly, we had a flavourful Seared Tuna Nicoise Salad. The plate made up of slices of seared yellow tuna, mesclun, fine beans, vine tomatoes and black olives. This refreshing and savoury appetiser costs S$15 and we rate it 4/5.



Porta – Chilled Angel Hair Pasta

Think of an appetising angel hair pasta tossed with lobster vinaigrette, chives, sesame and topped with a whole load of crab meat and salmon roe served chilled. The springy pasta was prepared with just the right amount of seasoning and the portion of the crab meat was pretty generous as well. Each serving of the Chilled Angel Hair Pasta is priced at S$14 and we rate it 3.9/5.



 Porta – Spanish Octopus

Fancy some out of ordinary starters? The Spanish Octopus (3.7/5) from Ria de Arousa gives an explosion of flavours with the rich amount of spices used here. The octopus leg was grilled to perfection and the spiced patatas bravas (potatoes) served together were pretty addictive as well. If only the dish was less salty, we would have given it a much higher rating. Each serving of the Spanish Octopus will set you back S$18.


PORTA – Foie Gras

Pan-seared Foie Gras (S$24) – One of the signature appetisers at Porta


Porta-Prawn & Chorizo Pasta

Porta – Prawn & Chorizo Pasta

This has to be one of our favourite dishes at Porta. The al-dente linguine pasta was prepared with Harissa paste, tomato coulis and capers. The pasta with the generous amount of tiger prawns and spicy pork chorizo was sprinkled with parmesan cheese upon serving. We were pretty impressed with the flavourful pasta and the springy tiger prawns and the plate was wiped clean in the blink of an eye. Prawn & Chorizo Pasta is priced at S$22 and it deserves a delicious 4/5 rating.



Porta – Porta Burger

For the fellow big eaters, Porta Burger (S$23) might be just right for you when you visit with an empty stomach. The flavourful yet sinful burger comes with a thick Angus beef patty with cheddar cheese, caramelised onion and crispy smoked bacon. Duck fat French fries and Alain Milliat premium ketchup were served alongside as well.  The fries were crispy outside and soft inside. 3.8/5


PORTA – Iberian Pork Secreto

Signature Iberian Pork Secreto (S$26) – Roasted high-marbling piece of Iberian pork shoulder blade glazed with honey mustard


Porta – Angus Beef Rib Eye

Angus Beef Rib Eye (S$34) – Signature Black Angus Rib-eye served with baby vegetables and fries



Porta – Croque-Madame

Croque-Madame is a new addition to the brunch menu that’s available daily from 8 a.m – 4 p.m. The Rioche sandwich with Mangalica ham, melted cheese, Béchamel sauce and a perfect sunny side egg is one of our favourite dishes at Porta. The toasts were toasted to perfection and paired really well with the gooey egg, oozing Emmental cheese and sauce. The toast is surprisingly good even though the elements of the dish are pretty common. A set of Croque-Madame costs S$14 and we think it deserves a delicious 4.1/5!


Porta-Croque-Madame 2


Porta-Spanish Breakfast

Porta – Spanish Breakfast

Don’t fancy a toast for brunch? Try out the Spanish Breakfast (S$14) for something different! Think of a pan full of deep fried potatoes, cannellini beans, spicy pork chorizo, baked eggs and tomato coulis, this is definitely pretty filling and comforting. Personally I’m not a big fan of cannellini beans and I find this a bit too much for one to finish. Its recommended to share with your friend and get something else to go together. 3.8/5


Porta – 62C Egg Benedict 3

62°C Egg Benedict (S$16) – Eggs poached at 62 ̊C served with Iberian ham on brioche, topped with Hollandaise sauce



Porta – Not-Your-Usual Tiramisu

Calling all the tiramisu or coffee lovers, THIS is something you must not miss! The special rendition of Tiramisu by Porta was deconstructed into multiple elements that gives a delicious and addictive taste. The Not-Your-Usual-Tiramisu consists of Tiramisu flavoured ice cream, Mascarpone cream, Kahlua, coffee Gelée and crispy finger biscuit. This dessert is sweet, fragrant with a hint of bitterness from the coffee. A plate of this will set you back S$12 and it gets a delicious 4.2/5 rating.


PORTA – Coconut Blancmange

Coconut Blancmange (S$12) – A signature dessert made of coconut flavoured custard and passion fruit coulis topped with crumbles


Porta – Interior 2

Final Thoughts

Despite the fact that Porta is located at the lobby of a hotel, Porta is serving premium European dishes at pocket friendly prices. Diners can enjoy the delicious food while enjoying the classy interior and decorations at the restaurant. If you’re interested in good value lunch set, Porta is also offering lunch sets on weekdays at attractive prices. The lunch sets are available at the prices as low as S$18 for a 2-course lunch set and S$22 for a 3-course lunch set. We think that Porta is definitely worth a visit or two, do try it out and let us know you thoughts!

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info  PORTA

1 Unity Street, Level 1, Park Hotel Clarke Quay, Singapore 237983

Take Downtown line to Fort Canning Station. Walk 6 minutes from Exit A along River Valley Rd and Clemenceau Ave to PORTA Fine Food & Import Company at Park Hotel Clarke Quay. Or, take North East Line to Clarke Quay station. Walk 13 minutes from Exit B along Merchant Rd, Clemenceau Ave then Unity St. – Google Maps

Signature items:
Spanish Octopus, Prawn & Chorizo Pasta, Iberian Pork Secreto, Coconut Blanmange

Opening Hours:
11 a.m – 10:30 p.m daily

+65-6593 8855

PORTA Fine Food & Import Company

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