The Cataplana Platter is named after the copper pan used to prepare Portuguese seafood dishes. The hinged-clamshell shape contains the flavour and keeps the food inside warm. The traditional dish is popular in the Algarve region at the southern tip of Portugal, but you can also find a fantastic version of it at Yorkville’s Bar Reyna. At $58, it’s not cheap – however, there’s a generous amount of seafood intended to be shared between two. The bountiful spread contains lobster, shrimp, clams, mussels, monkfish, and sourdough toast to mop up all that delicious Lisbon broth.