The Chanfana Museum is established as a living museum of regional cuisine, housed in a multi-functional space and part of a broader project, which includes the Serra da Lousã Biological Park. Chef Vítor Fernandes cooks dishes following authentic recipes and traditional methods. The restaurant features a striking array of regional dishes and offers themed menus for special days or occasions and menus associated with the programmes of the Biological Park.
Adapted for people with reduced mobility
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Chanfana (Goat stewed in red wine) OR Negalhos (stew of goat tripe)
Nabada (turnip compote) OR Flan with geropiga (fortified wine)
Open every day from 12.30 to 3.00 pm and from 7.30 to 10.00 pm
Vítor Fernandes, Silvianne Suilen and Susana Gomes are the most visible faces of several teams that contribute to the same project. Vítor leads the team that, in the kitchen, ennobles the regional cuisine. Silvianne coordinates and links the restaurant with the Biological Park. Susana leads the dining room team that gives refinement and a family feel to the service.
Quinta da Paiva,
Miranda do Corvo 3220-154
Miranda do Corvo
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