heavy. Le Divin, to treat you to Portuguese gastronomy

Charcoal grilled fish or meat, typical Portuguese dishes, reasonable prices, inexhaustible kindness … the ingredients combined to make a recipe for the new restaurant located on the Place de l’Eglise, The Divin, looks promising. Fabio Da Silva-Batista and Tania Pires-Fernandes opened their own brand, having become known as the halls caterer. Indeed, loyal customers have followed suit. Including many members of the Portuguese community who did no wrong.

The couple, who arrived in France in 2008, having already worked in gastronomy in their native country, serve sunny Mediterranean cuisine.

Fabio da Silva Batista prepares the dishes, each time adding his own personal note. “We’re making a good, simple kitchen,” he says. “But I’m taking away traditional products to add another and get out of the way.”

Creme brulee with a touch of chamomile and caramel with a sweet aftertaste, revisiting the classics of Portuguese gastronomy that delight the gourmet buds.

So we find the typical products of the country of the Iberian Peninsula: cod, octopus, sardines, feijoada, a dish consisting of several meats, charcuterie and red beans, grilled meat, paste de nata, Portuguese pancake (tested for you and approved) …

The restaurant will be open all year round, at 14 or 15 euros per day, from Tuesday to Saturday. to your thorns!

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