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"Petiscar" means eating, sharing and savoring small sized dishes, generally best done with your "amigos".
Who doesn't like a good buffalo wing? Ultra crispy chicken wings tossed in a classic spicy sauce are made to order and served with ranch dressing.
Although simple, the quality of the ingredients is key. Made with fresh garlic, lemon, white wine and other fresh quality ingredients, it's a dish you will never forget!
Perfect little pockets of chicken,beef or shrimp Dough is filled and fried until crust is flaky and shatters beautifully.
A nice shrimp appetizer. Shrimp are coated in flour and breadcrumbs and deep fried until golden brown.
Crispy fried calamari served with a "piri-piri" sauce or marinara sauce.
Chorico is placed on top of a small clay vessel or on the grill and fueled by flames.
Escape to Spain while you eat delicious mussels. Made with spicy chopped tomatoes, onions, red wine and fresh coriander.
A very famous and popular Portuguese "Tapa". Bring your own bottle of nice wine and this is a perfect combination.
Based on a Portuguese tapa or appetizer, this dish is delicious enough to serve as an entree.
Sandwiches are made to order and include a side of fries. Customize your sandwich of choice with any toppings like lettuce, tomato, onion, etc. (Prices are subject to change depending on the extras.)
Prego no Pão has been the most popular and widely eaten sandwich in Portuguese cuisine; the combination of cooking garlic with steak adds unbelievable popping smell and flavor.
It's a "Prego no Pão" with cheese and not your ordinary cheese steak!!
A marinated pork cutlet cooked to perfection on the grill to create one delicious sandwich.
The secret to our juicy, delicious grilled chicken sandwich... Well, does it really matter? Enjoy this classic!
Fried fish can still be nutrious and delicious. Pair with some french fries and the last thing one must do is, ENJOY!
This isn't your typical pulled pork sandwich, it's soo much better! Prepare to lick your fingers!
Why not? Take delicious picadinho (pork or chicken cubes, shrimp, sausage and potatoes) and let the roll soak up the delicious sauce.
Salads are made to order and can be customized to your liking.
A little bit of sweet with a little bit of savory; mixed greens meet apples, cranberries,walnuts and topped with chicken!
Orders are served with your choice of white or yellow rice and fries. Salad can be substituted for an additional charge.
Frango is Portuguese for chicken, Frango no churrasco refers to grilled over hot coals – or Frango na Brasa chicken on the hot coals; either way it's far from your bucket of fast food chicken.
Short ribs are commonly known for braised or stew meat that one cooks for hours. However,when grilled, short ribs are equally juicy, steak-like when grilled.
These are not your ordinary pork ribs smeared in sweet, tangy BBQ sauce. Instead, add some "piri-piri", white wine and other house ingredients and you're bound to find your new favorite BBQ ribs.
When this house-cut cutlet meets the high heat of the grill, it is left on one side for most of the cooking time; creating the perfect char!
It can be America's favorite cut of beef, and may just be Portugal's favorite as well. Some times, less is more. "Piri-piri" and salt... nothing more, nothing less.
A meat-lover's dream? Entranha! Garlic cloves are peeled, smashed and united with this meat-lovers's cut and grilled to a mouth watering perfection.
Who doesn't like a good old surf and turf? An original, but a mighty good one at that.
A cut of succulent, tender, skewered steak called picanha. If you've ever been to Brazil or visited a Brazilian steakhouse, you’ve likely been offered this melt-in-your-mouth steak.
A T-bone steak is one of the best steak cuts, we can all agree on that! Put a nice cut of beef on a wood-charcoal grill and top it with our signature sauce, and it becomes the "T" in perfecTion!
You hear porkchop and you think applesauce? If you are Portuguese-there is no such thing. Instead, think white wine, garlic and good old "piri-piri". Prepare to introduce your curious taste buds to your new favorite chop.
BBQ Pork Belly looks a lot like thick bacon. It's a simple piece of meat, seasoned only with salt, and grilled to perfection on an open flame.
If you aren't in the mood for BBQ, our meat entrees may leave you begging for more.
"Picadinho" means chopped in Portuguese and in this delicious dish it refers to chopped pork cubes marinated and sauteed in bay leaf, coriander, garlic, olive oil and good old white wine. If that's not making your mouth water, we then top it off with some freshly cubed fried potatoes. Your taste buds will forever thank you.
Do you love the other white meat? Love shrimp? This dish marries pork and shrimp in a savory yet slightly spicy sauce. A fan favorite and one you are sure to fall in love with.
Bitoque (pronounced bee-tok) is a traditional lunch option in our culture. A thin steak filled with flavor (ask for extra heat , if you dare) topped with a fried egg. But we are certain you won't be disappointed.
Marriage made in heaven refers to this Portuguese meal. You take the perfect combination of picadinho and add clams and it will leave you saying, "I do!"
The veal chop meets a drizzle of olive oil on a scorching hot frying pan and accompanied with other fresh ingredients to create a superb and mouth-watering choice.
A shell steak sauteed in a garlic infused oil and crackles as the steak leaves the oven. Then it's topped with ham and egg and served with fries.
Some days will leave you not wanting BBQ; Poultry entrees will come to your rescue! Entrees are served with a choice or linguine or penne pasta.
This dish is rich in flavor. The combination of garlic and white wine creates bursting flavors. A delicious chicken choice!
Chicken cutlet is dredged in flour, egg-dipped and sauteed in a lemon-butter and white wine sauce.
Golden pan-fried chicken cutlet and mushrooms in a rich Marsala wine sauce.
Most loved and the most popular chicken dish in the world...A breaded chicken breast covered in tomato sauce and mozzarella.
Traditionally fish is served with boiled potatoes and peppers and onions. Rice and fries can be substituted.
Codfish drizzled with olive oil. Simple, yes! It's a Portuguese favorite. An incredible choice for the foodie who has an appreciation for the unique taste of this fish grilled and combined with the hot olive oil, flavored with garlic and onion. It is absolutely amazing.
Always a good choice; a hot grill, a nice olive oil to generously coat salmon steak, our chef's magic touch and BAM! Melt in your mouth, flaky grilled salmon steak.
In Portugal, whether you are from the Northern part or from the south you will find cod accompanied by potatoes in just about anyone's house. A healthier choice without restricting your taste buds.
Red snapper is a low-calorie, lean source of protein. A great, healthy option!
A hearty piece of fried cod fish accompanied with boiled potatoes and onions.
Nothing beats a fresh piece of fish. Sometimes, simple is better and in this case, it's simply a great choice!
A typical comfort food in Portugal. Bacalhau à Brás is prepared with shredded, salted cod, onions, garlic, thin matchstick fried potatoes, and scrambled eggs, topped with black olives and sprinkled with fresh parsley.
Bacalhau à Gomes Sá is one of the most famous salted cod fish recipes in Portugal. A deliciously baked casserole made with potato, onion, garlic and garnished with eggs and black olives.
Portuguese grilled prawns are prepared by marinating the shrimp in a spicy/smokey sauce. The key is leaving the shell on, taking the shrimp by the tail, and letting your taste buds absorb the sauce. Then peel and eat. Warm crusty bread perfectly compliments.
A very typical, super tasty Portuguese dish. Cooked in the oven and served
with jacket potatoes, seasoned with garlic, drizzled with olive oil and sprinkled with chopped coriander. Your taste buds will forever be grateful.
Where lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, scallops and squid swim in a bed of saffron rice and create a gift of Iberian deliciousness.
Mariscada is an Atlantic Seafood inspiration based on rice and very popular along coastal Portugal. The dish often has lobster, shrimp, clams, squid, scallops and mussels and is seasoned with olive oil, sea salt, pepper and Portuguese paprika.
Be prepared to lick your plate clean. Shrimp in garlic sauce Portuguese style! Our sauce-it's what everyone is raving about.
On the coast of Portugal, this dish is very popular and one that won't disappoint. The rice has a risotto-like consistency. The proportion of broth to rice is higher than for a dry rice; shrimp is combined to create a delicious blend.
As if Paella couldn't get any better, add pork, chicken, Portuguese sausage and voila!
Any shrimp lover knows that sometimes you just long for the crunch of a delicious golden breaded butterfly shrimp.
Sometimes, just sometimes- it's all in the name and no description is needed to make your taste buds water.
Served with french fries and yellow or white rice.
A tender juicy chicken breast cut into kid friendly strips and served with french fries and yellow or white rice.
Everyone loves a good grilled hamburger, as do we. Served with french fries.
Sometimes a good burger needs some good cheese. Served with french fries.
All America beef hot dog grilled to perfection and served with french fries.
Our dessert menu features classic desserts like cheese and chocolate mousse to a Portuguese traditional, Serradura. Serradura "saw-dust" may not sound very attractive. A whipped cream pudding layered with "saw-dust"-like crackers, definitely a perfect end to any meal. Whether you are looking for a slice of heaven or would prefer the entire cake, we can customize it to your preference.
Dishes are made to order. Sides can be substituted and subject to an additional charge