A choice of dishes that changes daily, always fresh ingredients, quality in the preparation and a variety of flavours, with dishes such as chorizo in wine, black pork chorizo bread, feijoada (black beans and smoked meats), portuguese snacks, cheese breads and a selection of cod specialities.
- Feijoada comes from feijão, beans in Portuguese. Considered the national dish, it’s a stew of beans with smoked meats, served with farofa (toasted mandioca flour) on the side.
- Pão de queijo
- Literally cheese bread, it’s a popular snack all around in Brazil, and when you'll have tasted a warm one, you'll understand why. Canela’s pão de queijo is generous in size, and the chorizo version is particularly flavoursome.