Piri-Piri transports customers to the Portuguese coasts with a menu of traditional barbecue specialties that they can savour in the dining room or at home. The staff imports piri piri peppers from Africa to season their signature sauce, and supplies each table with whole rolls of paper towels. The kitchen’s charcoal grill makes half chickens ($8.99) and roasted suckling pig ($12.99) sizzle before they are slathered in house-specialty sauce and served with fries and salad. Bifana and chouriço can come in the form of side dishes or stuffed in sandwiches ($3.50–$5.99). Sweet teeth can finish meals with caramel flan ($2.75) or pastel de nata, the national dessert of Portugal ($1.99).
$12 for $25 Worth of Portuguese Cuisine at Piri-Piri
In a Nutshell
- Charcoal-grilled Portuguese specialties
- Chicken, chouriço, bifana, roasted suckling pig & pastel de natas
- Valid for drinks
- Dine-in or take-out
The Fine Print
Expires October 25, 2012.
No limit per person. Valid only at Sainte-Catherine Street location. See the rules that apply to all deals.