Portuguese restaurants in London
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The psychedelically floral wallpaper and cerise and purple cushions in this King's Rd restaurant make it a favourite with the Chelsea set, who come to enjoy the Portuguese cuisine (which is sold as modern but is actually more classic). The long menu of pestiscos (starters; around £5 to around £8 allows you to sample such classics as roasted chorizo, caldo verde (Portuguese green cabbage soup) and bacalhau à Brás (dried cod with potatoes, egg and onion).
A small cafe serving tasty Portuguese and Brazilian dishes. The coffee is authentic, taken neat, very strong and with a cinnamon stick. Try the delicious Pão de queijo, a bread and cheese roll with one of the filling salads, or opt for the Portuguese national dish feijoada, a bean stew with smoked meat.