Travel through the flavors of Latin America, Italy, Japan, or the Azores in Marvila, where you are able to take a trip without leaving the table.
Opened in February 2016, El Bulo Social Club is more than just a restaurant. It is a “social club”, unpretentious, simple, comfortable and for everyone.
With non-gourmet, uncomplicated and good food. A space where you can watch football, eat snacks or watch live music concerts.
Renovated in the summer of 2018, it increased its capacity to 400 seats, has several different spaces, and is the ideal place for corporate events, team buildings, as well as serving as a bar and restaurant.
Among the offerings of this space is Chakavila, a concept of pastry and quick meals where organic products are privileged.
In a wide space divided into two floors, Chakall maintains the essence that led to the use and creation of El Bulo, clearly a Social Club where sharing is the watchword. The menu at El Bulo has succulent tapas, and right at the entrance to the space there are round high tables that invite you to share, between a few glasses and so many conversations.
Chakall reinforces the identity of the social club space as his philosophy, stating his intention to maintain it. The snacks are inviting and the fried banana with guacamole, ceviche, empanadas and mini hamburgers are some of the novelties for the tapas.
The famous ‘Refeitório Senhor Abel’ stopped receiving its customers and friends inside doors daily for an indefinite period of time but bet on diversifying its offer in take-away and delivery through the UberEats platform.
Working, in this period at a different time than usual, we can continue to find the Roberto Mezzapelle pizzaiolo in the oven from Tuesday to Sunday. Customers can place their orders through UberEats, but they can also do it directly over the phone at the pizzeria: 218 688 023.
In addition to take away directly at the restaurant or orders via UberEats, customers can also place their orders through the Zomato Take away app or, for members of Clube P of Jornal Público, take advantage of discounts on take away orders.
Kampai means celebration and, by the hand of chef João Soeiro, co-author of the concept together with agronomist João Pereira, and the menu features fish such as lily, tuna, snapper, enchareú or squid.
The Azores are also on the menu with tea, drinks based on pineapple and passion fruit, which grow in the archipelago, and ice cream with the best Azorean milk.
The menu is super varied, including hot and cold starters, hot dishes, sashimi, chirashi, sushi, temaki, makimono, desserts and much more. You can find dishes like kaky fesh, aji tataki, tai kimuchi, usuzukuri hamachi, tai arai, sushi and sashimi, among others.
The restaurant is traditional Japanese and the inspiration comes from the Atlantic and the best that the sea gives us.