A mesa secreta

CRISTINA, 22 Janeiro, 2016

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Sem sair de Lisboa regressámos à Tailândia. O jantar, também ele em ambiente familiar, fez-se na sala, onde o chão foi cadeira e a mesa palco de autênticas iguarias tailandesas. A Chef, Wanda Pinto Ribeiro, fez da nossa a sua cozinha para nela preparar o melhor do Oriente – pho pai sod,  satay de galinha, pad thai, dok jok (o famoso bolinho tailândes publicado no instagram) e tom yam kung, a sopa que trouxe à memória o picante sabor lemongrass que não se esquece. E o “wai” da Wanda ditou a despedida à Tailândia e a entrada à gastronomia Portuguesa. A caseira, tal qual as nossas mães faziam. Tiago Jesus, um dos responsáveis pela Leitaria Lisboa, trouxe nos tabuleiros uma ceia aconchegante. Não faltaram bolos e pães caseiros,  iogurtes naturais com combinações de fruta fresca e granola e o leite fresco nas típicas garrafas de vidro que identificam a Leitaria. Às 7h do dia seguinte estava novamente à nossa porta. Com pão que ainda vinha quente. Pequeno almoço tomado, toca a arrumar o pijama e a seguir caminho. Que a porta desta casa já fechou mas as do Daily continuam abertas. E as do futuro também.

We went back to Thailand, without leaving Lisbon. The dinner, happened in a familiar mood in the leaving room, where the floor served as chairs and the table served as stage to all those authentic Thai delicacies. Wanda Pinto Ribeiro, the Chef, made our kitchen her kitchen to prepare the best from the Orient – pho pai sod, chicken satay, pad thai, dok jok (that famous Thai cookie published on Instagram) and tom yam kung, a soup that brought me to memory the spicy flavor of the lemongrass that you cannot forget. And the “wai” of Wanda dictated the farewell to Thailand and the entrance to the Portuguese gastronomy. The traditional handmade one, like our mothers used to do. Tiago Jesus, one of the Leitaria Lisboa‘s responsible, brought us a comforting supper in trays. Home-made cakes and breads, natural yogurt with fresh fruit and granola combinations and fresh milk in those typical glass bottles, that so much identify the Leitaria. Next day, at 7 am, there he was again at our door. With bread still warm. Breakfast eaten, it’s time to put away the pyjamas and move forward. The doors of this house are already closed, but the doors of Daily remains open. As well as the doors of the future.

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Fotografias | Rui Valido
LUVIN – blog & digital PR | Inês Mendes da Silva
LUVIN – blog & digital PR | Tiago Froufe Costa

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Wanda Thaifood Catering
Leitaria Lisboa

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