As for the gastronomy in Braga, we introduced you to the most famous restaurants of the iconic sandwich - Francesinha à Braga style; the best and most artisanal burgers in town; we represent Minho on the table through our Tascos; we show you the best that Braga has from Italy; we challenge you to take a gastronomic journey from Europe to America, via Asia with Venezuelan influences; we suggest you to visit the corners of Japan in the land of Archbishops; we gave you the opportunity to get to know Thai culture from Braga and, for lovers of Minhota gastronomy, with a taste of grandma's food, we offer you the best traditional restaurants, as well as those that simply invite you to snack, live and taste the true beer tradition, through the delicious tapas of Minho.
We don't forget who chooses a life beyond Sarrabulhos and Pica-no-piso and, for that reason, we also present you the restaurants in Braga where meat and fish are off the menu.
And to end this gastronomic trip through Braga, did you know that you can also feel Angola here by foot?
The Kianda Restaurant was born out of a childhood wish that went from dream to reality. Right next to the Arco da Porta Nova, the Angolan Eliana decided to open a space where her country's gastronomic culture could merge with the flavors of Portugal - and the result is incredible.
At Kianda we are welcomed with a smile, in a place where music and decoration take us to Angola. Everything has a very personal stamp and was thought to detail - from the wallpapers, to the little monkeys of the lamps, or the lamps lined with a traditional pattern, in Kianda nothing is left to chance.
The cuisine is fusion and surprising for innovation. Among dishes as traditional as Mufete de Banda, we find breakfasts as Portuguese as sea bass with salt.
The freedom of creation allows you to experiment and create new bets, and the names of some dishes refer to memorable ones from Angola, as is the case of Pincho da D. Cecília - but this is a story to discover in your life!
Shrimp with garlic and chilli is one of the things you should not miss.
Also a recommended dish is the Lombo de Boi, served with farofa and potatoes, and the traditional, Moamba de Galinha with manioc flour and a very special spicy sauce, from Angola.
To finish with a golden key, taste the Port Wine Panna Cotta.
Or the Manga Iceberg, with a wonderful ice cream served at Kianda.