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Chef José Avillez showcases the most typical ingredients at his ‘Cantinho’

In one of five spaces owned by the famous Portuguese chef in Chiado, in ‘Cantinho do Avillez’, all the dishes are laid-back.
Cristina Ferreira de Almeida e P.Z.G. 4 de Novembro de 2016 às 17:06
Retro decor in the 'Cantinho do Avillez'
Retro decor in the 'Cantinho do Avillez' FOTO: Pedro Garcia

Usually the Cantinho do Avillez is packed by Portuguese and tourists alike. The service is versatile and carefully planned, with all the waiters all wearing an easy smile. The decor is elegant with a retro look.

Opened five years ago By chef José Avillez, the place maintains its faithful clientele, but is still very sought after, although it is sometimes hard to book a reservation.

From the appetizers to desserts, the ingredients of Portuguese cuisine reign in the ‘Cantinho’, but each dish intertwines tradition with new combinations of flavors.

We recommend the orange-seasoned olives, the codfish served in layers and the scallops with sweet potatoes.

For desert, the ‘avelã’ (hazelnut), deconstructs the nut in three different textures.

Address: R. Duques de Bragança 7, 1200-162 Lisboa, Portugal
Phone: +351 21 199 2369
Website: cantinhodoavillez.pt
How to get here: 38.70866, -9.14204

 

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