This is a tiny restaurant (16 places), with excellent Portuguese cuisine. Good place to eat after visiting the S. Jorge Castle. The proprietor was multi-lingual (certainly English & French + Portuguese), though the menu was not. The menu was limited, but I had no problem finding things to eat. I had a sardine pate with olives and bread followed by flaked cod in a bechamel sauce, both of which I thoroughly enjoyed. The restaurant also offer artisinal beer, which worked for me. Prices were reasonable. service was friendly, and excellent, though as I was a little early relative to Portuguese dining hours, the proprietor was not run off his feet.
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