Located in historic Taipa Village (Mercadores Street No.5), Portugália is designed as a traditional Portuguese house. Three floors are open for dining and are accented with classic Portuguese tiles brought directly from Portugal. These tiles are strongly associated with the company’s history. Patrons will also find historic images from the beerhouse’s early days, a custom-built wine cellar and a private room adorned with cork décor elements plus two outdoor terraces. All diners will enjoy a true taste of Portugal and the values and concept that have always reflected the brand – a relaxed, family ambience together with modern decor plus excellent service.
The Portuguese Beerhouse
‘Portugália’ is The Portuguese Beerhouse. Since 1925, when it opened in Lisbon, it has been there through the daily life of generations of Portuguese. The well-known steaks, enjoyed 80 years ago by grandparents, are today tasted by their grandchildren with the same enjoyment and pleasure. In spite of the expansion to more than twenty new locations, the relaxed and bohemian atmosphere remains the same. Portugália stands as a traditional, simple and unpretentious Portugal, who had the ability to evolve without losing its essential features. That’s why our customers, for a quick snack or a relaxed celebration, a business lunch or a wedding celebration, enjoy themselves at our tables. In Lisbon, as in Macau, this is, and will always be, the Portuguese Beerhouse.
Rua dos Mercadores No.5, Taipa Village, Macau
Mon – Sun
12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
+853 6280 3992
Steak “à Portugália
It’s the dish that gives name to the restaurant - featuring one beef steak, one special seasoning, one secret, creamy and buttery sauce, along with one side dish of french fries, rice, salad, or sauté greens.
Stuffed Crab Shell
The ocean crab, a big specimen from cold waters, is common seafood at any Portuguese table. It’s white and soft meat is highly appreciated, but the crème created in the shell is the most popular of pates in Portugal.
Shrimps “à lá guilho”
Born in Spain, but adopted by all Portuguese. The shrimp is tender, sautéed in olive oil and garlic, and makes a savory and aromatic appetizer.