Assume that the lisbon night life is more cool, since the Madragoa Wines and Snacks and opened the doors, in the lively and cosmopolitan Neighborhood of Santos-o-Velho. It is the second restaurant of chef Cristina Gonçalves Pereira and António Enes and it was designed to allow for moments of relaxation between friends, in the evening or at the end of the day, around a table of snacks as well as traditional.
With a small but nice terrace, the Madragoa Snacks and Wine has already conquered space, in particular, among tourists of various nationalities that they pass there to taste the snacks national that are part of the habits of the Portuguese. And it is precisely with the locals than the tourists sit at the table, in a festive atmosphere and, of course, sharing.
Of the columns come out the successes of the radios of the 80’s, packing decoration, also classical, which refers to the Lisbon Bohemia of the second half of the TWENTIETH century with details that cover the years 60 and 80. At the table arrive snacks as traditional as the omelettes or scrambled eggs with sausages, moelas, broad beans with chorizo and peas with poached eggs, prawns, clams, “octopus or woodpecker. All dishes are cooked at the moment. For dessert, it can be difficult to choose between the Morgado of the Guide, the mousse locust bean gum, the cake of biscuit , or delights of the Algarve (average Price: €15).
The Madragoa Wines and Snacks is the second restaurant of chef Cristina Gonçalves Pereira and António Enes, owners of Madragoa Cafe, also in the Street of Hope. With a capacity of 40 seated places, the Madragoa Snacks and Wine (the Street of Hope, 156, Lisbon. Tel. 214 005 447), is open between 19h and 24h. It also presents a concern with the social responsibility and the reduction of food waste. All the food that is left over has as target the tables of families in need, through a partnership with the project Re-the Food of the Star.
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