Bifana is a typical Portuguese dish. It is made of lean pork, cooked with garlic wine, put into warmed bread. They are usually seasoned with mustard or spicy sauce. In the northern region the Bifanas are loin rolled pork strips, cooked in a special sauce, served in Biju bread without any added sauces (these are an option selected by the customer). This dish is typically served in the Popular Festivals that take place throughout the country or in some traditional homes of Porto. The Alentejo of region is described as the place of origin and excellence of the Bifana, "that have been born in the city of Vendas Novas", however Porto has a great tradition of this great delicacy possessing some of the major houses dedicated to do this dish. When you visit Porto do not forget to eat, after a night well spent in bars.