If you’ve heard of Portugal, you’re sure to be familiar with traditional Portuguese cuisine. And if you’d like to visit Lisbon, A Severa is the ideal restaurant to combine the two worlds.

Cod is one of Portugal’s most typical foods, being the most consumed fish in the whole country and representing Portugal’s coastal history. Severa offers various cod dishes, such as the typical cod cakes, which are served as a starter. These golden pastries are slightly crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. As a main course, the codfish is the star, confit with flavours of caldeirada.

Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato are introduced as a starter and are a particularly delicious delicacy on hot summer days, accompanied by a cool drink. Amêijoas à Bulhão Pato are clams sautéed in olive oil with garlic, coriander, white wine and finished with lemon juice.

Sheep’s cheese is a symbol of Serra da Estrela and Portugal, made from sheep’s milk. This cheese has a “rind” on the outside that protects its creamy, buttery interior, which melts instantly in your mouth.

Farinheira is a typical national sausage made with wheat flour, pork fat and spices such as white wine, paprika, salt and pepper. As a suggestion, A Severa offers a delicious farinheira with apple as a starter.

Considered one of the seven wonders of Portuguese gastronomy, Caldo Verde is pure cosiness. This soup is delicious and the chorizo gives the sensation that you’re having a treat in a slightly thick soup.

Finally, we present Arroz Doce, a typically Portuguese dessert that has enchanted generations, which is finished with cinnamon. A cosy and delicious dessert to end the meal on a high note.

Come and enjoy the oldest and most traditional gastronomy you can find in the heart of Lisbon!

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