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Cufra Restaurante, Marisqueira, Snack-Bar e Sorvetaria

The Cufra Restaurant opened on August 15, 1974, and its opening to the general public took place on September 14 of the same year. The origin of the name appeals to our senses, as Cufra is synonymous with oasis, the largest oasis in the Sahara desert in south-eastern Libya. Cufra's success is due to its large space, its excellent location and the service and manufacture of high quality products. The menu highlights the famous Francesinhas and the steaks and hotdogs, which have made this establishment a landmark of Porto gastronomy for several decades. Cufra has a private park for its guests.

Francesinhas, steaks, hotdogs, hamburguers, assorted sandwiches, omelettes, various seafoods, fish, regional/traditional portuguese cuisine

Tuesday to Sunday 12:00-01:30; Monday: closed (Except in December, Closed day 24 and 25)



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Address:
Avenida da Boavista, 2504

Postal Code:
4100-119

City Zone:
Boavista

Landline Phone:
+351226172715

Mobile Phone:
+351967527289

Email:
mantonio@cufra.pt

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