Sunday, July 5, 2015
Koo-Zee-Doo
Posted on Sat, Jan 16, 2010
The name is phonetic for "cooked" in Portuguese, but David Gilberg and Carla Gonçalves, the married team behind this BYOB, fill in the blanks with a culinary passion that elevates the rustic flavors of Portugal to a rare sophistication. From homemade breads to the duck rice, soulful soups and braised chicken gizzards (you'll actually want to eat), each dish is a gem of refined authenticity. Add in warm service and a flickering candlelit romance, and Northern Liberties has a charming new winner.
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