We had dinner here at Portuguese time, at 11pm. It's quite cheap, with some dishes starting at just €3. The menu changes every day and is very limited, I think there were like 6 different options. The only reason why I didn't give it 5 stars is because we didn't like the bread pudding. We specifically asked wether it had tomato, and though they told us it didn't, it had sundried tomatoes.
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