Portugal - the home of Henry the Navigator, starting point for Christopher 
Columbus. A former great colonial power whose influences remain in Brazil,
East Timor & Angola. Home of the sweet tragedy of Fado and the
longest politival allegiance on our planet (with England from 1373).
The tradition of peasant farming and a long coastline has lead to a
culinary culture rich with seafood, meats and direct flavours. 
Off the beaten track .. . the food is as relaxed as the<br />neighbourhood.
Why not have a sample at
Fireworks June Big Night Out?

Friday June 4
Saturday June 5

Bookings essential on 4268 1139 
Goat’s cheese, walnut & honey triangles
Calamari w/ tomato, lemon & rice filling
Salt cod in potato jacket
Chorizo, fava bean and coriander salad

Spinach migas w/ stewed onion & sweet pepper paste
Caldeirado de Peixe (Fisherman’s stew)
Roast chicken breast w/ Caldo Verde & black olive paste
Braised kid in red wine w/ white beans & tomato

Torte de figo w/ chocolate sauce
Almond & slow roast quince pudding w/ orange sauce
Port & cinnamon breadcrumb cake w/ lemon sce
Fresh strawberries w/ almond praline

Three courses
(vegetarian $49.00)

Two courses
(vegetarian $39.00)

Bookings essential
Two course minimum

Fireworks Cafe

  • 40 Moore St
    Austinmer 2515 NSW
  • Phone: (02) 4268 1139
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  • Chef: Russell Scott 
  •  Photo: Edwina Pickles of SMH

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