Oporto is now selling sweet premium sweet potato buns to accompany its burgers.
Responding to consumer demand, Oporto decided to launch the bun made using sweet potato. It can be ordered with any of its burgers for an extra $1.50.
Brioche buns are also now available to be added to any burger for an extra $1.50.
The last new edition to Oporto’s menu for July 2017 is ‘Extremo Picante’ sauce, described as hotter than Oporto’s chilli sauce. The Extremo Picante sauce is available on flame grilled chicken wings with three for $4.50, five for $4.50 and eight for $9.50.
Oporto was first established in Sydney in 1985 and is part of the Craveable Brands network. It specialises in Portuguese style chicken and has over 100 stores in Australia and across the world.
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