If you are in Coimbra you HAVE to go here! We strolled up at around 7:50pm and there was already an hour long queue. The manager opened up the second floor for the people ahead of us and at 9pm we sat down at a...More
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Everybody that has visited - or lived - in Coimbra knows this place. It's a lovely place with "pedigree". A tiny and cozy restaurant for an unforgettable meal around boiled pork bones...
We kind of stumbled upon this place. We were 7th in line, and lucky a that, because they have only 7 tables. Food came very quickly and was very good! We had the mushrooms with pig-meat and a dish with beef. Tasted very-very good! We...More
Waited for maybe an hour. Finally the owner decided to open up the second floor which had room for 18 more people. (don't ask why he waited, seems like bad business as many people left as they saw the big line.) Food was great! Really...More
We went there for lunch in holiday. It is located in a small alley which is not that easy to find, but we did because of the queue at the entrance. After less than one hour waiting we could get a table in the second...More
You won't know what an old Southern Europe tavern is like till you vist this 'landmark' in Coimbra...
First off, we didn't get to eat here, so this review is not about the food, but rather, some notes about what to expect at the place. I'm sure the food is great as other reviews say. Here are few pointers about what to expect:...More
Tiny Tiny place, so you need to be there way in advance in hopes to get a place without too much waiting... Then the food choice is possibly somewhat limited. But the whole experience of the place is well distinct from most other restaurants. so......More