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Raiz is a restaurant that seeks to innovate and surprise while respecting traditions, fusing ancient Portuguese cuisine with contemporary. Our principles are slow cooking, use of fresh and, in most cases, national products, and in any circumstances do not use microwaves. Raiz seeks to provide an unhurried experience, so that you can enjoy your couverts, snacks and main dishes prepared at the moment. In the menu you can find several typical Portuguese snacks, such as "pataniscas de bacalhau" (cod snack), "rojões" (pork), gizzards, as well as our version of francesinha, having as main dishes creations and variations of classics like cod, octopus, meat.

Traditional Portuguese food

Monday to Sunday: 19:00-24:00



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Address:
Largo dos Lóios, 8

Postal Code:
4450-338

Landline Phone:
222010940

Email:
geral@raiz.com.pt

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