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37 Little Collins St · interesting places nearby
Bar Lourinhã information
Matt McConnell’s wonderful northern Spanish–Portuguese specialities have the swagger and honesty of an Iberian shepherd, but with a cluey, metropolitan touch. Start with the zingy kingfish pancetta and finish with the hearty house-made chorizo or baked morcilla (blood sausage). There’s an intriguing wine list sourced from the region, too. Bookings only for lunch.