Eater.com NYC, Review of Lupulo, Portuguese Restaurant

Lupulo: The Cool Portuguese Restaurant Midtown Didn’t Know it Needed.. by Eater.com NYC

“Welcome to Lupulo in Midtown South, a no-reservations spot selling pimenton-laced mackerel spread and wood grilled sardines. It’s rustic fare, mostly. And that’s an important distinction. If Spain, as a country, is often touted as the future of food, with its foams, spheres, airs, and other modernist techniques, Portugal is perhaps more famous for its creations of yesteryear, like its caldo verde, a collard green soup traditionally served at weddings, or its its bacalhau, a salt cod whose underlying technique allowed explorers to preserve fish caught off the coast of Newfoundland as early as the 15th century. ” (credits, images and full article here:  eater.com)

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