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  • TPC Eatery and Wine Bar – Book your table!

    The Portuguese Conspiracy - Eatery & Wine Bar

    Because Londoners deserve awesome Portuguese food, wine and culture. Here at The Portuguese Conspiracy Eatery & Wine Bar, you’ll discover  the full expression of Portugal’s immense flavours, while uncovering the country’s history, geography and culture in a flavoursome experience! An explorer’s banquet. Portugal is so rich with such different kinds of food (and wines to […]

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  • Conspirative Specials 9/12th October

    Arroz de Pato - The Portuguese Conspiracy

    Thursday 9th October After a swift and rapidly vanishing success of our “Arroz de Pato” last Saturday, and by public request we’ve made this a “Sticky” special- Everyday Thursday, there’s Arroz de Pato at the Conspiracy. Bookings are advisable, as this is made in very small quantities (Rita cooks this the old fashioned way). Friday We’re closed […]

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  • Autumn Tastings

    Autumn Tastings - The Portuguese Conspiracy

    It’s not like we don’t like the Autumn (lovely golden leafs, etc..) but let’s face it, it’s not easy saying goodbye to Summer and to effectively cope with this “transition”, we kind of immersed ourselves in a tasting frenzy: We’ll be focusing initially on the Douro region, and Beira Interior, with some fantastic tastings and dinners. Below […]

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  • Conspirative Specials 2nd-5th October 2014

    New Arrivals at The Portuguese Conspiracy Wine Bar

    Thursday After a swift and rapidly vanishing success of our “Arroz de Pato” last Saturday, and by public request we’ve made this a “Sticky” special- Everyday Thursday, there’s Arroz de Pato at the Conspiracy. Bookings are advisable, as this is made in very small quantities (Rita cooks this the old fashioned way). Friday / Saturday & Sunday  […]

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  • Now open: The Portuguese Conspiracy Wine Bar!

    The Portuguese Conspiracy Wine Bar and Eatery

    The Portuguese Conspiracy Eatery & Wine Bar After a full-on month of exploration around the Vinho Verde region, meeting fabulous producers such has Vasco Croft, from Aphros Wines, and an extensive tour of some of Douro’s leading Producers with Quinta Nova, Conceito and Muxagat, it’s time to embrace the coming of Autumn, and celebrate the […]

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  • The Portuguese Conspiracy on Monocle 24

    Monocle 24 - The Menu Episode 132

    Monocle’s Editor Marcus Hippi, stopped by the shop for a chat about The Portuguese Conspiracy’s story and future plans. Listen for the full episode of “The Menu” ( (Monocle’s show about the world of food and drink.) on Monocle’s website.

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  • The Portuguese Conspiracy on Countlan

    The Portuguese Conspiracy - Countlan

    A report on food nomadism, (and our supper club events) by Carla Isidoro. Check out  the online version here.

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  • This week: IndieLisboa Film Sessions in London

    This Thursday and Friday, we are bringing IndieLisboa Film Festival  to London, with a selection of 10 Portuguese short films. We’ve selected a very special location the West Reservoir Centre, one of the best hidden spots in London, in a picturesque corner of Stoke Newington. Overlooking the vast West Reservoir, the 1930s tower boasts fascinating structural design elements, whilst […]

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  • This Saturday at The Clapton Festival

    This Saturday we’ll be part of The Clapton Festival, a free festival to close the summer with live music, art, children’s activities and some of Clapton’s finest food and music, settled at 119 Lower Clapton from 6 pm, with the opening party of the Illustration and Photography exhibition “There is a Line” by Sara Westermann. We’ve designed […]

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  • “There is a Line”, Illustration and Photography by Sara Westermann


    “There is a Line”

    The boundaries between reality and imagination drawn by a line

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  • Summer’s Last Dinner Party

    Another conspiracy meeting and this time it’ll be a happy joint venture with our dearest “conspirator” partners: Gourmandisse. They act as magical sorcerers, searching the whole country for the best handmade delicacies, to combine unique and exquisite flavours.


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  • September 1st-A Portuguese Sunday Roast at the Duke of Wellington

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    We’re super excited and looking forward for this new experience: A walk-in, pop-up Portuguese Sunday Roast at the Duke of Wellington. It’s a new format for us (our first event in a Pub), and we feel this is gonna be awesome! No need to book, just walk-in and try the delicious menu along with some a great selection of amazing funky Portuguese wines.

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  • TPC IndieLisboa Film Sessions

    indie_poster3Next October 3rd and 4th we’re proud to present the first  IndieLisboa Festival  Sessions in London.  The screenings will take place at the beautiful Tower Room of the  West Reservoir Centre in Stoke Newington and we’ll be showcasing a selection of 10 great Portuguese short films,

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  • Poster Design by Sara Westermann

    was it before…or after?

    Our immediate reaction (when Sara sent us her first draft of the poster) was:

    – “it’s exactly how we had imagined it to be.”

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  • The Portuguese Conspiracy April’ Fools Lunch

    April Fools day, Easter bank holiday, a glimpse of the upcoming Spring (you are out there somewhere, right?) and of course, great food and wines, it all made up  the perfect setting for an extraordinary afternoon. The crowd was lively and diverse (just the way we like it): English, American, German, Irish, Italian, French, Polish […]

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  • Dance, drink, eat and be merry matinee!

    We’re sold out for the next lunch conspiracy, but this isn’t an April fools prank: everyone is welcome to join our after lunch conspiracy, from 4 pm at The Dead Dolls Club, Dalston Dj Fitz on the rocks, Portuguese wines and hopefully lots of dancing. Mr. John Fitzgerald is a connoisseur and incomparable colector of music: As a […]

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  • The Portuguese Black&White Analogue Conspiracy.

    Because it’s not all about digital imagery and  twitter and Instagram, everything right here and right now. Many good things just need their time to surface. Ana Faro has very kindly documented our first supper club trough her “analogue” eye, and we’re glad she did! The result is a set of beautiful, intimate, and somewhat intriguing b&w images of […]

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  • Wine Stories: Quinta da Palmirinha Loureiro 2010

    Roman Gonitel tells us his Portuguese Story, about his first encounter with Fernando Paiva’s wines and biodynamics at Quinta da Palmirinha: The first time I experienced Fernando’s wines was on a beautiful sunny morning: It was late November, it was was fresh but you could still feel the warmth of the early sun just starting to warm […]

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  • Take a look at some of the latest from Portuguese Designers at the “MANIPULATING SURFACE: PORTUGUESE CRAFTSMANSHIP”

    Portuguese Embassy, 11 Belgrave Square, SW1X 8PP The Portuguese Embassy presents an exhibition showcasing emerging Portuguese Fashion Designers, featuring creations from both established names to recent graduates and fashion students. Curated by Xenia Capacete Caballero, this exhibition is part of the International Fashion Showcase 2013, developed by the British Council in collaboration with the British […]

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  • Ramiro Leite & Colin Sommervell Conspiracy Duo

    There will be food, wine, and yes friends, there will be music: For the first gathering of the conspiracy we’ve challenged Jazz guitarist Ramiro Leite to lead and “orchestrate” the meeting’s musical plot. So, as all good things, conspiracies come in duos (pretty complex stuff to conspire all by yourself wouldn’t you say?). The Ramiro Leite […]

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  • Pão-de-ló de Alfeizeirão (a very sweet mistake).

    Photo by Ilidia @maisacrequedoce Alfeizeirão has one of the most popular “pão-de-ló” (sponge cake) recipes in Portugal, and its fame expands far beyond the borders of the region where it is baked. Unlike other “Spong-cakes” this “Pão-de-Ló” is not dry, no Sir! Beneath it’s top crust lies a scrumptious egg crème filling that will knock-you-out of your […]

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  • The Alheira’s “undercover” pleasure.

    Traditionally smoked, it owes it’s name to one of its main ingredients: Alho (garlic) and was originally conceived to deceive the 15th century Portuguese Catholic inquisition, the “Alheira” worked out to be the perfect camouflage for the northeastern’s (Trás-os-montes) Portuguese Jewish communities that would make “sausages” out of chicken, rabbit, duck or veal (instead of the fire cooked pork sausage) […]

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