Who said that Portuguese gastronomy only survives on codfish? Proving the opposite, on March 25, Taberna Lusitana brings an exclusive event to Brasília: the first Grilled Sardine Festival. The proposal is to introduce the Portuguese taste to the Portuguese way of consuming fish, roasted whole over coals and served with side dishes, in the open air.
In the country, the tradition of eating the delicacy transcended hundreds of years and gained strength with Portuguese rural families between the 19th and 20th centuries. Instead, the love for sardines extends beyond cooking to the popular songs, hymns and games there.
The Festival da Taberna is made by reservation with limited spaces, and will take place on the terrace of the restaurant, on a delicious afternoon, at the cost of R$ 99 per person, which entitles you to a portion of six whole sardines, accompanied by salad, potato punch , basket of bread and cornbread. Reservations can be made via WhatsApp or by phone: 61 98123 6353.