Combined with a great view and super friendly grandma chefs this little restaurant has a handful of dishes on the menu, including their specialty of the house black pig (porco proto) medallions. They are to die for. Slow cooked and so tender that you don't need a knife and the melt on your tongue. But make sure your leave some room for their delicious desserts too. My favourites were the rice pudding (arroz doze) and their bread pudding.
The prices are surprisingly reasonable. Including rice, salad, variety of main courses, coffees and desserts, wine, water, ~€25 per person for one the most delicious feasts I've enjoyed.
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