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The concept of ‘boteco’ (a commercial establishment where drinks in general and small snacks are sold) is relatively recent in Portugal, but it is a real institution in Brazil. Tradition has it that it is a meeting place for bohemians, to have a refreshing drink, to taste snacks at competitive prices and to live together without looking at the time. With the growth of the Brazilian community in Portugal and as a form of having a bit of Brazil in Portugal, Na Laje Boteco, a restaurant where the Carioca soul speaks louder. There are many snacks and typical dishes, to the sound of live Brazilian music. It serves those who miss home or want to open their culinary horizons, with a specialised, attentive and warm service.

Brazilian cuisine.

Monday to Friday: 12h - 19h | Saturday: 12h - 23h | Sunday: closed



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Address:
Rua Miguel Bombarda, 216

Postal Code:
4050-377

City Zone:
Baixa

Mobile Phone:
912779083

Email:
aduarte220582@hotmail.com

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