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Dom Brasas Porto belongs to a network that already has four open spaces. This is the only one in the city of Porto. Dom Brasas is known as a restaurant specialising in barbecue and cooked food on the hot coals, oriented towards take-away. With a menu specialised in traditional Portuguese cuisine, it has local and regional dishes. There are meat dishes, like chicken on the barbecue, mixed barbecue, spare ribs, rabbit on the hot coals, black pork kebabs, ‘rojões’ (diced pork meat) in the house style, veal cutlet à la Dom Brasas, among others, fish dishes, with variations of cod, octopus, salmon, squid, salads, its version of the famous Francesinha, soups for all tastes and typical Portuguese desserts.

Barbecue.

Monday to Sunday: 11h30 - 15h30, 18h30 - 22h30

Take Away



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Author:Pedro Monteiro | 2021-06-03

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Address:
Rua Doutor Eduardo Santos Silva, 83/97

Postal Code:
4200-279

City Zone:
Antas

Landline Phone:
225492007

Email:
porto@dombrasas.com

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