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Founded in 1983, Baju is a famous and popular restaurant and brewery in Porto. If your question is “Do you serve francesinhas?” The answer is obvious: yes. In fact, the Baju's francesinha is much appreciated and sought after by its customers. In this cozy space you can also choose to dine outside in the terrace area. Here you can choose other menu options, like salads, omelets, steak, hake au gratin, ""bacalhau à Braga" (codfish), "polvo à lagareiro" (octopus), veal chops, picanha from Brazil, tornedó with mushrooms and many other delicacies.

Traditional Portuguese food, French cuisine, fresh fish

Monday to Sunday: 10:00-24:00



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Address:
Praça dos Poveiros, 62

Postal Code:
4000-393

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222031050

Email:
jadf10@sapo.pt

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