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Casa da Comida information
A gorgeous blend of the historic and the contemporary, Casa da Comida has a dash of design and a generous pinch of Portuguese soul. Azulejo panels, revamped antique chairs and clever backlighting set the scene for chef Miguel Carvalho's season-inflected taste sensations; think along the lines of roasted turbot with raspberry, celery puree and passion fruit sauce.