The participants of the 13th International Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference (PCST) are invited to the Conference Dinner that will take place on May 7, 2014, at 8pm, at the Senac Pelourinho restaurant.
Located at Pelourinho, the historical city center, the restaurant is both a reference in the gastronomy tourism of the city and it works as a Bahia's culinary school for waiters, cooks, chefs, bartenders and other professionals in the food field. It aims at preserving the history and traditions of Bahia’s cuisine.
Interior of Senac Pelourinho restaurant
The restaurant opened in 1975 and restored a beautiful colonial building of the 19th Century, where it used to be the Trade Federation of the State of Bahia.
Besides being a rich and relaxed opportunity to celebrate with colleagues and participants of the PCST 2014, the Conference Dinner will be a moment to taste the most traditional dishes of Bahia, including acarajé, vatapá, coconut rice and crab’s moqueca. The buffet will be composed by about 40 dishes – half of which prepared with the traditional dendê oil (a reddish palm oil).
The traditional popular food acarajé
Before dinner, it is worth making a visit to the Museum of Gastronomy of Bahia, in the adjacent building, to enjoy a little more of the history of Bahia’s culture also expressed in the rich relationship between gastronomy and religious syncretism. The Museum is opened to the public Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm, with free entry.
Conference Dinner Membership fee € 35 (maximum 200 people).
Senac Pelourinho Restaurant
Address Praça José de Alencar, nº 13/19
Largo do Pelourinho – Salvador
Phone: (71) 3324-8101