1000 College St.

In the summer months, the true feeling of Portugal's culture can be experienced on our spacious College St patio, where savoring delicious specialties right off the charcoal grill. Pop in on a Wednesday, for the all-day pig roast and casual family dining experience. The Bairrada Churrasqueira Grill is an authentic Portuguese restaurant that has been serving the Toronto area for over 2 decades.


Closest Major Intersection: College & Dovercourt
Hours of Operation: Mon - Closed
 Tues - Thu 11:00am - 10:00pm
 Fri - Sat 11:00am - 10:30pm
 Sun - 11:00am - 8:00pm
Payment Methods: MC, VISA,amEx, Cash, ATM Provided
Average price: Lunch: $8
 Dinner: $18
Catering: Yes, on and off site Max # of People: 40
Delivery: Call for details
Take out: Yes
Live Entertainment: N/A
Liquor License: Yes
Reservations: Recommended
Patio: Yes
Dress Code: Casual


...fabulous patio...
by Simika K.


This place is very very busy, especially if you go there in the summer. They have a fabulous patio that is just perfect to get hang out with friends over some Portuguese wine, some chicken or sardines.
Portion sizes are very generous here, and the food is well cooked and comforting. Wednesdays, they give you complimentary roasted pork from a giant pig roast set up on one side of the patio :) Btw their creme caramel is REALLY delicious,so I recommend you finish off your meal with this awesome dessert :) "

The taste of Portugal at Bairrada

Over 50 signature dishes to choose from. C
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Oven baked Codfish / Bacalhau assado no Forno A Portuguese classic for over 500 years. Following the ancient fishermen method of preserving fish by salting it, in order to make it last through the long journeys across the ocean. The cod is rehydrated and roasted to perfection. To compliment this delicious dish, the Bacalhau purists serve it with roast potatoes and onions.
Stewed Goat / Chanfana de CabritoTypical recipe from the innermost region of Beira Litoral, dominated by Serra da Lousã, its origin is ancient and lost in time. The goat is marinated and slow braised in red wine and herbs. This recipe is very traditional and widespread all throughout Portugal. Enjoy with a glass of full-bodied red wine.

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