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Ljubomir did not import the name â€śBistroâ€ť from France and neither from Russia, but from his homeland. In Serbian it means clean and clear. Clean and clear will be our cooking. Clean and clear is the space, all painted in white.
At Bistro 100 Maneiras, he prepares home cooking, pan cooking, dish cooking, taste cooking, others taste, his and everyoneâ€™s taste.Here, the most Portuguese Yugoslav chef ever, is keen to serve the whole fish straight from the oven to the table, to carve the meat at the dining room, to turn into informal what could seem to be formal.
Here, the chef, born at Sarajevo and raised in Belgrade, shows what he has learned with his mother, his greater inspiration. Yugoslav Burek with queijo fresco and spinach, as well as Kadum Butic are stated on the first Bistro 100 Maneiras menu. Translation is free, depending on the will of each and every one.
Here, the most political incorrect of all the chefs working in Portugal, keeps a menu section â€śfor the bravesâ€ť, where you can find Sweetbreads, caviar, tĂşbaros and other guts and ends.
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