On August 29, Portuguese restaurant Taberna will unlock its doors in Old Montreal. According to Huffington Post, the tavern will offer traditional dishes like chicken piri-piri, marinated pork sandwiches, and salt cod casserole. Located at 368 Rue Saint-Paul Ouest, Taberna will celebrate its opening day with free pasteis de natas (Portuguese custard tarts) with all purchases.
Montreal Info reports that Taberna will open for lunch and dinner or just a coffee. On OpenTable, the restaurant describes itself as “A friendly & unpretentious Portuguese to discover classics of Portuguese cuisine.”