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Quais são os horários de abertura do site Rosina? Quando o Rosina está aberto? Aqui você pode encontrar as respostas para as suas perguntas. O horário de abertura deste Pousada foi verificado por várias fontes. Então você pode ter certeza de que você não vai a chegar em portas fechadas. O horário comercial atual pode variar devido à pandemia.

No menu Rosina também vais encontrar uma variedade de pratos deliciosos sem qualquer produto animal.

Liga para o restaurante em (+351)273326145 para perguntar sobre os horários de abertura ou para pedir férias fechadas. Reserva também uma mesa para ti.

Horário de funcionamento

  • Segunda-feira Fechadas
  • Terça-feira Fechadas
  • Quarta-feira 10:30 - 00:00
  • Quinta-feira 10:30 - 00:00
  • Sexta-feira 10:30 - 00:00
  • Sábado 10:30 - 00:00
  • Domingo 10:30 - 00:00

Contactos

  • Endereço: Rua Dos Combatentes Da Grande Guerra 169, Bragança, Portugal
  • Telefone: +351273326145
  • Local na rede Internet: cardapio.menu

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Rosina horário comercial

Bragança

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Restaurante Sport aberto
Restaurante Sport

Bragança, Travessa Ze Machado, Braganca 5300-377, Portugal


Out hiking the old town of Braganca; around the town square and environs when the lunch pangs hit. We walked by what seemed to be endless cafes and it seemed like we'd have to walk up to the castle before we'd find a restaurant that was open for lunch. Then, out of the blue, Restaurant Sport appears. It's in the direction of the castle, on a little side street, only a couple of minutes walk from the town square. A restaurant, and open for lunch! And full of locals too! The inside really was packed, but a table was available on the outside so we claimed it. Table next to us had a big platter of chicken with a pile of great looking fries and rice. We knew we were in a spot that would satisfy us. Service was slow, it was the height of the lunch rush and only two servers and the bartender. Never did see a wine list, easiest way to get some wine and water was to stand next to the cooler and when a waiter walking by point to the white wine we wanted and some water bottles too. For food we ordered the Porto specialty sandwich, the Francesinha, which is several different kinds of meat and melted cheese in a tomato sauce. The sauce here was a little spicy which gave the sandwich an extra boost. I was surprised though that it did not come with fires or any side of any kind. The steak did come with fries and rice,and the fries were crispy -- not something you always find. Mixed salads were also pretty good. Good value too!