Thanks to the Chef Hugo Brito, there’s a new pop-up coffee shop at the Sinel de Cordes Palace, located in the Santa Clara Field. The new cafeteria supports visitors of Triennale 2013. The chef, who has worked in restaurants such as 100 Maneiras, Harlem and Delidelux, joined the choreographer Inês Jacques for the premiere of this unprecedented kitchen that runs from Tuesday to Sunday, with brunch on weekends until 4pm.
This cafeteria explores various cuisines and has, as specialties, the oxtail croquettes, tuna sandwich confit in bolo do caco (a specialty from Madeira island), octopus onion with sweet potatoes from Aljezur (Alentejo region); folar with baked pear and peanut butter.
Along three months, the cafeteria was a gastronomic lab where the chef created over 100 recipes. Beyond the daily menu, visitors can also enjoy cheeses, sausages, breads and preserves, accompanied by various wines.