If you are looking for a place full of frills and 5 star service etc, read no further. This review is reserved for those seeking authentic cuisine.
As you enter, and see tables full of locals, you might initially feel that you have chosen well but you're the odd one out. Ok, maybe there is a little truth there but that's part of the character of this restaurant.
Simple paper table cloths, old fashioned decor, I liked this place as soon as I opened the door.
A rough translation of the menu has been made in English and French (so I'm not the 1st non-Portuguese to enter this restaurant).
The waiter apologised for not speaking good English (I wish my Portuguese was anywhere as good as his English!).
The food (A few tapas as a starter and I went for the baccalau à bras for a main whilst my wife took the bream) and house wine were excellent.
I sampled the house desert, "Espera Marito" ... delicious!
The prices are very reasonable.
I hope that this place stays the way it is.
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