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Churrasqueira A Brasa is a restaurant that stands out for its varied menu. Here you can try a variety of grills, such as picanha, house-style steak, mixed kebabs, and various types of fresh fish. In addition to the barbecue service, Brasa offers its customers every day a huge variety of traditional dishes of Portuguese cuisine, such as “cozido à Portuguesa” (stew), as “tripas à moda do Porto” (guts), “rojões à minhota” (pig), “papas de sarrabulho” (porridge), among many others. It also features three rooms, which makes it a pleasant and spacious space for dinner and group lunches.

Barbecue, fresh fish, grilled picanha.

09:00 - 22:00 everyday

Take Away



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Address:
Praça da Batalha, 117

Postal Code:
4000-101

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222006785

Mobile Phone:
960429086

Email:
churrasqueirabrasa@gmail.com

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