A nice little place which we stumbled upon recently.
Good value, menu very much geared to local palates but none the worse for that.
Had some beatiful grilled bacalhau (salted cod) but the full portion was huge and though I'm no slouch when it comes to finishing my dinner, it wasn't all eaten.
Nice local white wine - not a wine expert but prices seemed good.
Waitress had virtually no English and couldn't quite enlarge on the various menu choices enough for me but I would never hold that agains't anywhere abroad. I reckon it's up to me to have enough of the local tongue to get by.
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