Porto at the Sea Restaurant PERMANENTLY CLOSED

Porto at the Sea Restaurant, Flagler Beach

Porto at the Sea Restaurant

318 Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32136

Avg. Rating

4.33 out of 5
4.00 out of 5
Rating: 93% - 3 Reviews


4.67 out of 5

Porto at the Sea Details (Closed)

  • Cuisines: Mediterranean
  • Phone: (386) 693 4862
  • Address:

    318 Moody Blvd., Flagler Beach, FL 32136

  • Hours: Closed
  • Price Range: $$
  • Payment: VISA, MC
  • Alcohol Served: Beer/Wine 

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Reviews of Porto at the Sea Restaurant

  1. Review by Lyn, Florida 1/5/2017

    We had the Seafood Platter for two (about $65). It was pretty good. The platter almost took up the whole table. Plenty for 4 people really. The other couple that was with us got the Paella and the the chicken and sausage added, said the chicken was very dry. We had heard that the Chateaubriand for two (about $32) was really good. I will try that next time we go there. We got there early, about 5:30pm and it started to fill up quickly after that. We had made reservations. I think that they were a little short of help but made the best of it. We will be back and it is within walking distance to the beach!

        Lyn recommends Porto at the Sea
  1. Review by Dave Clift, Palm Coast 5/11/2016

    I have enjoyed some of the best paella in Spain and the U.S. This restaurant serves some of the very best. You must try it.

        Dave Clift recommends Porto at the Sea
  1. Review by Tony, Palm Coast 2/10/2016

    Six friends visited this restaurant when it first opened and other than saying the Paella was wonderful, the others thought the food wasn't too good. Months have passed since then so we decided to try it with 2 other friends to see if it had improved. We intended to try at least one Paella but the Chateaubriand at $32 (a bargain) for two persons caught our eye so we ordered it instead. We included a side salad (large enough for 2) at around $3 and a Mediterranean salad (again large enough for two) at around $10. The Chateaubriand was wonderful and could have fed 3 people. The sides were generous and let's not forget the warm bread that was brought out before the meal. We also shared a bottle of wine and didn't have room for dessert. Service (by Kathy) was excellent and the restaurant has a nice atmosphere with subdued lighting, white table linens and candles on each table. It's not very large, so we're not sure if it could serve a large crowd unless the entire restaurant was reserved. We will definitely return to try some other menu items. This is by no means a cheap restaurant but the portions are large, the food we ordered was great and we think we got good value for the money.

        Tony recommends Porto at the Sea