Food to pamper mom on her day

After a two-year hiatus, restaurants are getting ready to welcome the public again this Sunday (8th) to celebrate one of the most important dates on the family holiday calendar: Mother’s Day. If for the public this is a victory for surviving these uncertain times, then for restaurant owners it means even more. It will be a return to a busy day, full houses, lines at the door and of course, billing. Especially after so much damage during the pandemic.

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Filet Parmigiana: Bella Napoli classic

To meet this unmet demand, many restaurants have developed strategies and special actions to offer their customers a more efficient service. This concerns the Bella Napoli restaurant, which turns 60 this year and is run by the same Italian immigrant family.

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Rice with seafood and Spanish chorizo ​​by Chef Ricardo Silva

Chef Gian Francesco Angelino, who today, in addition to managing the house, also manages the kitchen, turned to his mother Ana Angelino for support to help him with the operation, which includes salon service, delivery and delivery service. for self pickup. For this latest service, the chef has created a sales promotion campaign: purchases over R$ 350 with pickup will be accompanied by free Italian wine.

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Ravioli with Lobster and Cheese Sauce by Chef Andrea Ribeiro for Mistura

Restaurants not only think about billing, but also pamper their customers with special menus created especially for this date. Such is the case with the recently opened Bistro das Artes in Karma.

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Grilled Octopus with Green Beans and Sausage by Bistro das Artes

Chef Karin Poggio, who has just returned from maternity leave, will celebrate her first Mother’s Day with a special menu that includes a mini bar with lambao sauce and a welcome glass of sparkling wine to pave the way for her menu. , dessert and main course at a fixed price of 109.90 reais per person.

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Grilled rice with seafood from Chef Massimo Cremonini

Chef Lomanto Oliveira from Fasano has prepared a special menu with options for appetizers, main courses and desserts and has expanded the service for lunch and dinner. Chef Fabrizio Lemos, in his 30s, has also had to content himself with maintaining the impeccable service of the three brand names he stands for by creating special dishes for Orí, Omí and Origin.

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Brie Filet Mignon by La Pasta Gialla

“Because we know that demand is on the rise this day, we need to strengthen the team and care so that we can maintain the quality of our services,” he says.

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Cookies in a mug by Chef Lysian Aroca for Ori

Faced with so many great options in the city, we’ve selected a few good restaurants to make it easier for the reader who plans to honor his mother’s memory away from home.

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12 hour rib roast with gnocchi and pepo fonduta

The list includes, in addition to the aforementioned restaurants, Carvão by chef Ricardo Silva; Mixture Contorno by Chef Andrea Ribeiro; La Pasta Gialla by Chef Sergio Arno; Pepo Restaurante by Chef Peu Mesquite; and Cremonini Ristorante by Chef Massimo Cremonini.

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Fasano mousse pie with red fruits

And for those who prefer to start the day early and celebrate later, here are two good brunch tips: Coffeetown in Corredor da Vitória, which starts at 8:30 am and runs until 2:00 pm; and Wish Hotel da Bahia with a varied menu including starters, hot dishes and desserts as well as breads, cakes, quiches and pies from 12:30 to 15:30.

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Brunch at Wish da Bahia

But be careful: remember that this date usually attracts a lot of people, so it’s best to arrive early to guarantee a table, as restaurants usually do not open on reservation on this day. Happy Mother’s Day everyone!

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Shrimp with Tapioca Sauce by Chef Peu Mesquita

Where to eat:

Beautiful Naples – @bellanapolibahia – Alameda das Espatódeas, 491. Caminho das Árvores – tel. 71 3354 1962 491
art bistro, – @bistrodasartescarmo – Rua do Carmo, 8, Santo António
Coal – @restaurantecarvao – Professor Rua Sabino Silva, 05, Jardim Apipema. Tel. 71 3022 8682
Coffeetown – @coffeetownsalvador – Av. Sete de Setembro, 1755, Corredor da Vitória – tel. 71. 3565 1325
Restaurant Cremonini – @cremoniniristorante – Rua Alexandre Herculano, 18, Pituba – tel. 71 99694 2032
Fasano – @fasano – Praça Castro Alves, 05, Central. Tel. 71 2201-6383
yellow paste – @lapastagiallassa – Rua São Paulo, 488, Pituba – Tel. 71 98145 0075
contour mixture – @mistura.restaurantes – Ladeira do Gabriel, 334, Largo Dois de Julho – Tel. 71 2132 8277
Ori – @orisalvador – 656 Santa Luzia Ave., Horto Florestal – tel. 71 98890 8357
Source – @restauranteorigem – Alamedas das Algarobas, 74, Caminho das Árvores – tel. 71 99202 4587
Water – @omirestaurante – tel. 71 – Rua Chile, 20, Hotel Fera Palace, Centro – tel. 71 99653 5703
Pepo – @pepo.restaurant – Rua Amazonas, 1111 Pituba – tel. 99402 2111
Vish Hotel da Bahia – @wishresortes – ave. 7 September 1537, Campo Grande – tel. (71) 3021-6700.

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