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Cookery is a food bar with bowl dishes. Some of the best and most famous chefs and food lovers in Portugal were asked to create delicious and practical recipes that could be served in bowls. Thus, you can find original bowls from personalities like Chakall, Luis Americo, Camilo Jaña, Ruy Leão, Joao Pupo, Joana Gonçalves, Leonor Manita, Martilicious and Joana Roque. These bowls are joined by cocktails created by Sandro Pimenta and homemade toast on homemade bread. All bowls and toasts have a unique flavor and are the perfect choice for a hearty and healthy breakfast, a delicious lunch or a relaxed evening. All this in a relaxed and cozy atmosphere as the bowls impose.

Preserves, gourmet products, wines, organic oils, risottos, sushi, pasta sauces, cocktails, desserts

Monday to Sunday: 10:00-21:00



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Address:
Rua do Almada, 275

Postal Code:
4050-038

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
933558396

Website:
https://www.workshops-popup.com/cookery-food-bar-porto/

Email:
np@cookery.pt

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