I just went to Euro Cafe for the first time last weekend. Unfortunately, we were on our way to a bbq, so didn't really get to eat much. I had a massalada (Portuguese doughnut - basically fried dough slathered in sugar) and a masssa sovada, which my friend said was a lot like King's Hawaiian bread. Apparently there's some Portuguese-Hawaiian connection, because I've heard they have massaladas in Hawaii too. Anyway, the ones at Euro were nice, not so special - but then, it was noon, a bit late for breakfast. I got some caldo verde to go - potato soup with kale and linguica. It was also tasty, but not amazing. I'm not exactly in a rush to go back, but I would definitely try it for dinner if I were in the area. But note that the ambience is more like a cafe (and I mean Starbucks) than a restaurant.
Oh, Euro's website says they can get Portuguese imported products as well... could be a good source for that.
13317 Ventura Blvd. # D
Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
The natas are very good. They also have sandwiches on Portuguese bread and a handful of hot appetizers (bachalau cakes, croquettes).
18159 S. Pioneer Blvd., Artesia
Mostly a deli, but with some hot items and some imports.
546 East Baseline
I haven't been, but I hear they have a rotating menu with 1-2 Portuguese dishes each day.