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To soak up some Portuguese culture in Sydney, take a trip to Angelo's Portugalia on Anzac Parade. This popular family-run Kensington restaurant serves up a mixture of traditional and modern Portuguese inspired dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. As well as their speciality barbeque chicken – home-cooked to perfection on the open charcoal barbeque, you will find lengthy list of traditional homestyle Portuguese dishes, Mediterranean inspired burgers and salads on the menu at Angelo’s Portugalia.
We went here to treat ourselves to authentic Portuguese chicken. It was beautifully cooked but we were surprised that the Peri Peri was on the side rather than being part of the cooking process. And the sauce was a little runny & vinegary. Never mind - the chook was yum. And we love, love, loved the mushrooms!
First half of the menu wasn't available. Overpriced food what was pretty basic . I went to better authentic restaurants before. I wouldn't go there for a second time.
Fantastic food and great service. The mushroom entree is the best I have ever eaten. Best food of its type in Sydney. I certainly recommend it
With a sleek and modern setting, Angelo’s Portugalia is where the people of Kensington flock for some sunny Mediterranean charm in Sydney. In true Portuguese style, the recipes at Angelo’s Portugalia are jam packed full of flavour with as much piri piri as your tastebuds could desire. Begin your meal with a starter such as camarao ‘a Portugalia – prawns pan-fried with garlic, piri piri and the restaurant's own special sauce, or figados trinchados – a traditional dish made with chicken livers.
Specialising in charcoal barbeque dishes, you will find a whole menu dedicated to them at Angelo’s Portugalia, with options including the house special – charcoal barbequed chicken, as well as a range of burgers. Also on the menu is an array of traditional Portuguese dishes such as bacalhau ‘a Brasil – salted codfish scrambled with egg, potatoes, and onion, then topped with olives, a traditional dish from Lisbon. This Sydney restaurant on Anzac Parade in Kensington is a popular choice, so it is recommended to book your table in advance.