A very pleasant place. The food is good, although not to die for. The settings are over average, very original indoors and quite beautiful outdoors; service is acceptable, despite the usual excessive "cool style" you get in many "post modern" Lisbon restaurants.
The bad part: I do not subscribe the concept of only having cocktails made with Portuguese products. And I believe patrons think the same: on the drinks list I saw whiskies and gins which were introduced later just because, as I was told, "people kept asking for them". Of course they did, and still do. Portugal has one of the world's finest cuisines, great wines, cheeses, so many other fine products but did not invent the dry martini. Portuguese restaurants certainly do not have the need to offer the true jambalaya, but when it comes to mix international cocktails, c'mon...: shaken or stirred, just serve them!!!
By the way: I am Portuguese..
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