Food Temple 2021 – © Le Marais Mood / The Temple Square

Pasteis de nata, Port wine, olive oil, cod fritters, grilled sardines, meat churrasco, all to a musical background of fado and contemporary music: this weekend, from September 23 to 25, the Carreau du Temple lives on Portuguese time for the festival Food Temple Portugal which could well surpass the previous editions, already formidable, successively devoted to the Mediterranean, Australia, Africa.

The rich program begins on Friday evening at 19 p.m. with a contemporary dance show (“Pas d’agitation” by Olga Roriz) and a fado concert (Lizzie fado Trio) followed by a DJ set (Grand Soir) where all the songs will resonate. sounds of the Portuguese-speaking world, from Brazilian samba to Cape Verde funana. Because Portugal is much more than Portugal! It includes all the borders of the Portuguese-speaking area: Brazil, Cape Verde, Angola, Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe, East Timor.

Food Temple 2021 – © Le Marais Mood / Temple tile

For a weekend, le Marais is therefore based on the Lisbon time zone thanks to the Portuguese market, street food stands, restaurant brands, Portuguese grocery stores, but also master classes and various cooking or embroidery workshops (reservation on the Lisbon website). Carreau du Temple), to artisans and concept stores.

The selection of Portuguese restaurateurs and grocery stores located in France and mainly in Paris is: Canelas, CDP, Da Rosa, Electrico Libon Urban Food, Fado à Mesa, Papo, Sapinho, The Saudade Table.

Also, producers sharing their passion for good products. The stalls selling olive oil, vinhos verdes and port wine rub shoulders with the best of Portuguese crafts: raw pottery, glazed plates, cutting boards, colorful basketwork, manufactured fabrics, jewelry...

Food Temple 2021 – © Le Marais Mood / Temple tile

Ana Sincu (tableware and ceramics), Baba Bahri & Azul (Marseille concept store), Dedal & guest (objects 100% made in Portugal), Defio Wine (authentic wines), Egidio (olive oil), Platini cheese shop , Infusões com História (organic infusions and teas), La Ferme ô Vr (vegetables), The lost orchard, Licor Beirão (spirits), Lusa Luso (crafts with a strong identity), Lusia (wines), Olistori (olive oil) , Portologia (house of port), Saudade Design (as the name suggests). The icing on the cake - or on the pastel! - the Portuguese & Brazilian Bookstore of Paris, which is a reference, will also be present. In short, it’s tudo bom!

Food Temple 2021 – © Le Marais Mood / The Temple Square

From Friday 23 to Sunday 25 September 2022

Carreau du Temple
2 rue Perrée, 75003 Paris et 4 rue Eugène-Spuller, 75003 Paris

Text: Axel G.

20.09.22

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