- Closest Major Intersection: Hurontario & Dundas
- Hours of Operation: Mon - Closed
- Tues - Thu 11:00am - 10:00pm
- Fri - Sat 11:00am - 10:30pm
- Sun - 11:00am - 8:00pm
- Payment Methods: MC, VISA,amEx, Cash, ATM Provided
- Average price: Lunch: $8
- Dinner: $18
- Catering: Yes, on and off site Max # of People: 70
- Delivery: Yes, call for details
- Take out: Yes
- Live Entertainment: Yes, Thursdays, Live Music
- Liquor License: Yes
- Reservations: Recommended
- Patio: Yes
- Dress Code: Casual
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(905) 273-9438 - Hillcrest Ave. MississaugaOTHER LOCATIONS:
Addictively delicious and affordableby hippocat
Held a surprise birthday dinner for my boyfriend here and I couldn't have chosen a better locale.
Picnic table set-up on their GORGEOUS (massive and tree-canopied) patio is perfect for big parties.
Feels like you're in your own backyard, except that you can relax and be served rather than worry about making everyone else happy. Chicken, rice and potatoes (do it authentically; don't get the fries) are so delicious and cheap at $8.50 for a small and two dollars more for the large. Server was friendly and upbeat, met all the needs of a group of fifteen AND let us pay separately. Highly recommended for a casual but special night out! "
The taste of Portugal at Bairrada
Over 50 signature dishes to choose from. Call your local restaurant to check availability.
Seafood Rice / Arroz de MariscoA delicious Portuguese seafood rice dish, full of prawns, crabs and mussels, but you can pick whatever seafood you like. Originally from the Marinha Grande region, it has been named as one of Portugal's 7 culinary wonders. Similar to Spanish paella, it is a little bit "saucier" with the rice having a sticky texture a lot like risotto. Arroz de marisco is also influenced by the ingredients discovered in the "New World", which influenced the Portuguese cuisine that we have today.
Monkfish rice / Arroz de TamborilAlso originating in the praia da Viera, in the Marinha Grande region. It is a delicious fish dish with a unique Portuguese touch. The rice is slow simmered in a broth until it is almost ready, adding the monkfish and prawns almost half way though to ensure everything is cooked to perfection. Then it is simmered some more to ensure all the flavours are infused throughout the rice and vegetables. The result is a succulent and saucy rice dish that will make you feel comfort in your heart.