The lineups at this Portuguese rotisserie chicken spot tend to run long, but they move fast, so it’s a good option for a casual lunch or dinner when you’re exploring the Plateau. Their spicy sauce accompanies just about everything on the menu - from the whole and quarter chicken plates to the chouriço sandwiches - and it has the right balance of acid and heat to cut through the richer dishes like chicken poutine with chouriço and São Jorge cheese. Finish with a couple of their housemade natas, then head to nearby Parc Lafontaine for a long walk.
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