Portugal is in your plate in this restaurant. The specialties will take you on a trip!For lunch, gourmets take a seat at Chez le Portugais for a three-course lunch both light and varied. After their appetizer, customers taste an array of tapas-style traditional courses and finish off with coffee.
One soup or salad per person
Special lunch choice
Bacalhau Elisabeth (Elisabeth cod)
Alcatra (braised bee) with vegetables and potatoes
One coffee per person
In the evening, visitors are welcomed with a glass of red port martini, a typical Portuguese drink. After their apéritif, they savor the delicious courses the waiter bring, the first one being the soup of the day.
Red porto martini
Soup of the day
Tasting of the sea
Chef’s choice fish
Tasting of the land
Vegetables of the day
Natas (Portuguese tartlets)
A sea tasting of squid, Chef's choice of fish and seafood rice delight the guests' taste buds and bring to mind the Atlantic Ocean. Then, they savor a refreshing salad.
The meat selection comes next; braised beef, chicken and vegetables of the day share plates so the guests can discover a range of traditional tastes.
The dinner ends on a sweet note with natas, the small Portuguese custard pies, and porto choco, the delicious union of the liquor and chocolate.
Chez le Portugais
This restaurant specializes in sophisticated tapas-style dishes. Food adventurers will discover Portuguese cuisine by sharing it. Owner Henrique Laranjo imports wines and port himself for a quality gustatory experience. The reception hall accommodates groups for all occasions.
Regular prices checked on May 29, 2013.