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Restaurante Ginjal, Lda.

Inaugurated in 1948 by the Ramos Family. Mr. Artur Ramos has transmitted over the years his knowledge in the making of the famous Tripas (guts). It has already been awarded in the contest “Hoje há Tripas”. The restaurant reopened in 2014 with a renewed image and under new management. It offers experiences of typical Porto flavors, as well as explores Italian cuisine from pasta and risottos. You can also appreciate the most renowned artists in the space, such as exterior “graffiti” of illustrious figures of history (Marques da Silva, Almeida Garrett, D. Pedro IV, Infante D. Henrique and Nicolau Nasoni). It also invites to know the exhibition of photos of the renowned architect Conceição Ferreira, inside the restaurant.

Typical Portuguese and Italian-inspired cuisine

Open every day: 12h - 15h, 19h - 23h

Take Away, Home delivery

Money, ATM, MB Way, Bank transfer



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Address:
Rua do Bonjardim, 726

Postal Code:
4000-119

City Zone:
Baixa

Landline Phone:
222031015

Mobile Phone:
927572877

Website:
http://www.restauranteginjal.com/

Email:
geral@restauranteginjal.com

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