Do you like those get-togethers to catch up, or even to watch a football match between friends, while tasting flavors from the region? Tapas are the best solution!
Tapear is a great option for those who like to snack, socialize and taste the true brewing tradition.
In Braga there are several places that invite you to savor the moment and explore the city in search of the most surprising flavors.
Enter the challenge and try the various gastronomic combinations that Braga offers you!
Located in the bohemian area of Sé de Braga, Dona Petisca intends to make known through its snacks and wines, the best of the typical products that Portugal offers.
The products are for sale in the space, but can also be tasted right away. The snacks served are a sincere and honest tribute to what the Minho flavors are. There are boards of sausages, cheeses and fruit (up to one meter in length), shank and mountain cheese sandwiches, homemade cod pies and pataniscas, roasted chorizo, sarrabulho porridge bowls, homemade ball and a green broth worthy of a home truly Portuguese.
There are few streets in Braga that remind us of the narrow streets of Barcelona as vividly as is the case of Rua do Janes, where Nocha’s Tapas & Wine is located.
Nocha’s is a tapas restaurant whose main delicacies are octopus, African prawns, alheira and toast.
Surrounding the gastronomic experience is a decoration that combines wood and stone. On the one hand the Nordic decor, minimalist and modern, and on the other, the stone so typical of the oldest taverns.
If you like a good conversation around the table with snacks and good wine, then the next one will have to be at Tábuas, Copos & Other Scenes.
Anabela, passionate about conversations with snacks and an expert in cheeses and sausages, saw unemployment as an opportunity to create her own business.
So, he took his passions and created a space for socializing at the table.
Here, when you enter, you are immediately faced with a storefront where you can choose between Portuguese, Spanish, French and Italian sausages and cheeses. If you prefer, you can ask to create a board with the best selection according to your tastes.
But not only does this house live with cheeses and sausages, there are other scenes, such as the mackerel montadito, the octopus scene and many others that are emerging.
½ Cup is located in the Sé de Braga area, in a historic building that is over 500 years old, where you can appreciate the intertwining of the past and tradition with contemporary times - whether in space or in food.
There is an exterior and an interior that still reveal the old architectural features of the property, in which a modern and refined decor is combined with pictures on the walls and comfortable sofas, simultaneously creating contrast and harmony in the space.
The dishes in this restaurant are the traditional dishes that everyone wants to taste when they pass through Braga, but they are served with a careful presentation and a very contemporary approach. Here you can try delicious tapas inspired by Minho.