Brasão Cervejaria Coliseu Baixa
30 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
Tips from locals
Eat a Francesinha So you might have heard about our monster sandwich. It’s ok if you haven’t. But after you’ve tried it you’ll never forget the cheesy, spicy, sauce-laden refuge for a clan of grilled meats, confined between two slices of white bread. By Amass. Cook.
I can say with almost sure, that this is the place to taste the famous "Francesinha".
One of the best francesinhas you will find in the city. Everything is great. Food, staff and ambience.
Francesinhas here are delicious! It's made in a wood-fired over and i's so delicious you can't you simply can't dare to try anything else.
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