We ate here on a Thursday night. It took a few minutes to find because the entrance in very average, and we had to ring a bell to get in. Once inside we had our choice of upstairs or downstairs (party of 5.) The rooms were all very pleasant, but we ended up in a room that probably sat 16 people at several tables. We tend to eat early, so the restaurant was fairly empty when we sat down, but was very full when we left. Our waiter was very attentive all night, and suggested our wine pairings for the night all of which were excellent Portuguese varieties. The steak dinner was outstanding, as were several of the appetizers we sampled at the waiters suggestion. The evening desert was served with a nice cappuccino and a glass of Porto. This little restaurant across from Parliament is a first rate European experience.
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