Great meal with family and kids. The "vinho da casa" it's not recommended, but the pork grilled and codfish is a good to go. To dessert the sweetened rice it's great but the biscuit cake it's too sweet.
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Typical neighbourhood restaurant full of local people with a queue. Decor tiled walls and bright lights; tables close together. Noisy but bearable! I went with a party of 16 people for a birthday dinner. Staff were welcoming and efficient. Notwithstanding the number in the party...More
This is a very typical Portuguese restaurant. White tiles on the walls, too much light, male middle aged employees. But it is a great place to have good grilled fish and meat and typical Portuguese dishes: try the bacalhau or polvo à Lagareiro and the...More
Great food (in particular fish and dessert). Simple, typical portuguese restaurant. Very good value for money. Poor english but english menu and caring hosts. Closed on saturdays!
We went there with locals. The place is very rustic and nice, with typical and genuine products. You can eat a lot of fish cooked on the basis of their tradition, have appetizers, beers and cafè for as much as 15 euro. Probably they put...More
Typical Portuguese restaurant, crowded by local people. Friendly service, delicious food (had the bacalhau) and truly an excellent value for money! I would say among the best choices of dinner if you're living near Arroios or Anjos metro stations. Recommended!
Went here with my niece (who lives not far from this restaurant) on the Saturday night and loved it so much that we went back on the Monday night. Great food, great waiters, great fun and very good value for money. Mind you we probably...More