A cosy and elegant tavern decorated with many subtle yet very original touches.
The friendy staff makes you feel right at home and food is to die for!
Kudos to my friends for bringing me to a place with a great Chianti.
We started dinner with the best Burrata and Bruschettas in Portugal.
Then came a "Tábua" lined with yummy charcuterie from Italy and Portugal and a seafood platter with the most amazing marinated cod fish.
In the middle of a lot of wine and dine I managed to take a picture of the beautiful melted cheese with "linguiça".
Will be going back very soon!
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