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Wallpaper - Thanks to champions like Nuno Mendes and, more recently, openings such as Bar Duoro and Londrino, London’s Portuguese food scene is having a moment. The latest restaurant to join the fray, is Casa do Frango, a joint venture from Marco Mendes, Jake Kasumov and Reza Merchant, whose shared love of the south of Portugal formed the basis for the cuisine. read more
The Guardian - It is effortless shabby chic, of the sort set designers strain to create: there are brick walls, distressed here and there with scraped paint, a big, airy vault of a glass-ceilinged roof, tendrils of foliage as if nature were trying to reclaim it, and massive open windows lending it an inside-out feel. read more
The Nudge - Taking up residence in a huge Victorian building next to Flat Iron Square, the Casa commandeers a vast, 5m tall, skylit space with distressed whitewashed brickwork, huge boughs of overhanging greenery and grand, original arched windows. Inside this lofty arena they’ve set slow-whirring ceiling fans; long, communal tables; and hand-painted motifs lining the bar in a nod to Lisbon’s iconic trams. Not remotely cheeky. read more
London on the Inside - Forget a cheeky Nando’s, there’s a new piri-piri joint coming to town. Casa do Frango, billing itself as London’s first Algarvian restaurant, will cook up proper piri-piri over wood with the grill being the focus of the restaurant. Alongside those spicy birds you’ll also be able to chow down on regional charcuterie, salads and octopus rice, with pasteis de nata for pud (obvs), and there’ll be a Portuguese wine list (a mix of well-known and natural varieties) to choose from too. read more

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