October 20th | 7pm

Private Event . By invitation only

What is Phoi-Cavalo?

Inspired by Vietnamese culinary blended with traditional Portuguese cuisine, Phoi-Cavalo is a street food pop-up concept created by Chef Hugo Brito from restaurant Boi-Cavalo for Lisbon Architecture Triennale’s cafeteria.

On the list of Vietnamese street food products developed by Hugo, you can find, for now, three phos and a banh mi, a delicious sandwich with ten (yes, t-e-n!) ingredients.



Phoi-Cavalo at the Triennale is the pilot of a pop-up that can happen where Hugo and/or potencial clients want.

Next Thursday, October 20th, these delicacies will be presented and tasted at O Apartamento. Unfortunately this is a private event but if you’re curious about Phoi-Cavalo, stop by Lisbon Architecture Triennale headquarters until December 11th.

Lisbon Architecture Triennale

Tuesday to Saturday | from 12am to 8pm

Palácio Sinel de Cordes
Campo de Santa Clara, 142-145
1100-474 Lisboa, Portugal

Photos: 2016 © Tiago Pais