Portuguese meets Italian @ Adega

Now, with restaurants reopening on Monday, we couldn’t wait to start eating out again, bro! I figured I’d take a shortcut by tackling two different cuisines at once — we’re talking Portuguese AND Italian at Adega, this funky little joint on Elm Street. Cuz you KNOW we’re the Dream Warriors, bro!!!!

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Now, they might not light it up at the table like some other Portuguese places, but this chourico sausage is fire, bro! Grilled to perfection with a nice little char — I could eat like three pounds of these bad boys!!!

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But then I wouldn’t have room for some braised short rib ravioli! This dish combines two of my favourite things, with tender short rib inside a chewy pasta shell, topped with mushrooms, onions and peppers, plus a couple green things, for colour… Dude, this ravioli puts Chef Boyardee up against the wall and shoots him!!!!!

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Now, when it comes to beer, the choices here are mostly domestic…but they do have Super Bock, one of the two biggest Portuguese beers. It’s nothing fancy, but I’m just happy to be out drinking in public again, son!!!!!!!!!!!!

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But you KNOW we’ve still got room for dessert — and I’m awfully glad I do! Dude, this Lindt Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake is a like a leaning tower of Flavourtown, filled with rich chocolatey goodness… This has gotta be the best dessert I’ve had all year — it’s also the only dessert so far. 😛

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