The restaurant, which serves Portuguese grilled chicken, said it will “shine a light” on the flavours of authentic Algarvian cuisine, with influences from other regions of Portugal.
As with its first London Bridge site, charcoal-grilled piri piri chicken will take “centre stage”, with the restaurant upholding Algarvian cooking traditions and preserving the age-old techniques of the region’s grill masters.
The menu will also include: African rice; Grilled chorizo; Charred cauliflower; and the Montanheira salad, alongside new dishes to include salt-cured tuna (Muxama); Portuguese meatballs (Albóndigas) and Acorn-fed black pork from the Alentejo (Porco Preto).
Co-founder, Marco Mendes, said: “The Algarve region has a rich culinary history and identity, which is relatively unknown outside of Portugal. It is a cuisine that owes its heritage to family recipes passed down through the generations. We hope to be known as the pioneers of the best piri piri chicken in London.
“Our passion is to create an experience where our guests feel the sensation of being transported to the south of Portugal as soon as they step into Casa do Frango. We aim to replicate that happy, relaxed Algarvian feeling through our food, drinks, service and ambience.”