As of today, the doors of El Bulo Social Club are open. The trip to Latin America starts from 6:30 pm. The mother restaurant of Chef Chakall’s gastronomic adventures will operate, in this first phase, on Thursdays and Fridays for dinner (6:30 pm to 11:00 pm) and on Saturday it will be open for lunch from 12:00 pm to 3:30 pm and to dinners at the same time, from 6:30 pm to 11:00 pm ).
Back to Happy Hour from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm, now on the mega terrace outside. Thematic Nights return on Fridays from June – Argentina, Mexico, Cuba are some of the countries highlighted in the nights that open the hostilities of the weekend. Music, cocktails that represent the culture of each of the chosen countries and gastronomic notes from each of them to share promise to liven up the evenings.
In addition to reinforcing the safety and hygiene measures recommended for the opening of the restaurant spaces, it is advisable to reserve in advance through the usual channels (firstname.lastname@example.org or 351 218 619 027, 351 917 892 265). In addition, customers and friends will always be able to access the menus through a QR code from the Miap app to place their orders and make the payment, thus avoiding unnecessary contacts. Through UberEats, the flavors of El Bulo Social Club can go home.
In the universe (read, building) of El Bulo Social Club we have Chakavila, the cafeteria that favors breakfasts and lunches and is open from 10 am to 4 pm, from Monday to Friday. Tasty, practical and quick food for busy working days. Salads, various dishes of the day, natural juices and hamburgers are some of the options on the menu. To have lunch on our terrace or to take to the office.
On the first floor we can find Kampai, a Japanese restaurant inspired by the Azores, which moved arms and luggage to Marvila at the beginning of the year and is here to stay! The best sushi in the city, now in the eastern part of the city, is presented to us by João Soeiro, the sushiman who expertly commands the knives, invites us to a toast (Kampai means celebration!).
One of the novelties of this return is the takeaway service through UberEats to taste, at home, the signature dishes of the chef such as Aji Tataki (mackerel minced with leek), Tai Arai (snapper laminated over ice) or lily sashimi . Soon there will also be home deliveries. To book a table: 213 971 214 or email@example.com. Kampai is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 7 pm to 11 pm and on Saturdays and Sundays it is open for lunch from 12:30 pm to 3 pm.
The journey continues and two doors down we land in Italy, in the Senhor Abel Refectory. After having been operating on a take-away and delivery basis throughout the quarantine period, the pizzeria finally opened its doors to the public.
Operating on a new schedule from Tuesday to Thursday from 12.00 to 22.00 non-stop (last order in the oven at 21.30), Fridays and Saturdays from 12.00 to 23.00 (22.00 for the last order) and Sundays from 12.00 to 16.00 (15:30 for the kitchen) ). One of the novelties of the quarantine, homemade bread made in the artisanal oven of the Cafeteria, is now available daily.
And from 4 pm to 7 pm there is a Happy Hour, with the cocktail of the day and a board of cheeses and sausages to chop (from Tuesday to Saturday). To enjoy a meal in Marvila or at home using the platforms available for take-away or delivery.