This restaurant was recommended to us by a Portuguese friend and really did live up to expectations. In a converted monastery so pretty inside with a high vaulted ceiling. We went there on a Thursday evening at around 2100 and it was heaving although we were seated within 10 minutes and you can buy a beer while you are queuing. Limited menu but the shellfish did look really good, but we both went for beef dishes served in the most delicious house sauce. Main courses were around 10 Euros upwards so reasonable value as well. We walked there from our hotel near Rossio Square and there are a lot (really a lot) of stairs to navigate so get the Eiffel lift or funicular to lose the height if you less mobile. Make the effort to go there, great place!
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