Portuguese Sausage Meat Croquette

Crispy, golden-brown on the surface, these bite-sized appetizers have so flavourful poultry meat inside.

Shrimp Cakes

Famous half-moon shaped snack, the shrimp cake is a seafood lover’s delight - a classic.

Fried Mackerel with "Escabeche" Sauce

Fried mackerel with onion escabeche. Its assertive flavor is soaked by the fried fish and thus served cold.

Meaty Offers

Roasted Duck

A fragrant, crisp, bronzed bird accompanied with orange supremes. A delectable departure from the usual dinner choices, perfect for sharing. Rice and salad served alongside.

Sunday's Chicken

Discover one of the most irresistible classics from our Portuguese kitchens: a juicy bone-in, skin-on roast chicken - a dish easy to love.

Oven-Baked “Alheira”

A poultry meat sausage that carries a distinctive story, turned into a highly-admired dish for the Portuguese.

Side Dishes

White Rice

Fluffy white rice, great for any occasion and perfect to round out any meal.

French Fries

One of the world’s most popular side dishes, our French fries comes with a special homemade dipping.

Roast Potatoes

Show-stealing roast potatoes, a simple yet delicious side dish.

About us


Renzo Mcmanus

Su Chef

Our authentic Portuguese menu is based on only the finest seafood and meat and the freshest seasonal produce, all meticulously prepared and pleasingly presented.

From our blog


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A fish marinated in coriander, lemon & garlic brought to a boil, and often eaten with bread is exactly how this Portuguese cuisine is cooked and relished.

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Pastry meets cupcake in this Portuguese-style profiterole. It's made with the pantry staples of eggs, flour, icing sugar and milk and the pastry should be light and the glaze is usually of the lemon variety.

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Top 10 Portuguese Dishes for Foodies

These gorgeous little egg tarts were chosen to represent Portugal in an EU food event in 2006, and have travelled from Portugal around the world in one form or another – but their origins are in the 17th century monasteries and convents of Lisbon.

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