A one-room restaurant with a bar/chill cabinets at one end and a small kitchen off to the side. There is a long run of side-by-side tables down the middle, with a few for smaller groups around the edges. Very friendly service and we got by with a mixture of his halting English and my (even more) halting Portuguese. Menu mostly pork, as often in this region. We had febras de porco preto (local black pig), which was very good, and the daily special, which was pork with a mound of 'migas' = bread and sausage, not to our taste at all. Both were served with rice and chips as the only vegetables, which is traditional Portuguese but hardly healthy.
We plumped for the bottle of Vidigueira DOC red already on the table rather than the house wine and enjoyed it a lot.
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