This was the only restaurant in BA where we did not have to wait for a table for two, so we ended up here. No locals were inside, only tourists. We ordered four different tapas of which the bacalao cakes were refried and the asparagus omelette was still raw. More than 10 euros was added to our bill for bread (which was served and refreshed without asking, and contained 3 slices of bread on a pile of crackers), olive and oil. For the 60 euros we paid you can have much better value for money in this neighbourhood. It was the most expensive bill we paid in Portugal, but the lowest quality.
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