We checked it out when visiting Belem on a quiet Monday and it seemed full of locals - a good sign - so we decided to have lunch here later in the week. It appeared the most traditional restaurant on this Placa, the others seemed increasingly touristy towards the monastery end (culminating in McDonald's!). Sat in the nice outdoor area though the inside looked cosy too. There was a good choice of fish, ours looked a bit well-grilled but tasted good. The guy serving us seemed pre-occupied and anxious, well it was busy, but I can't say we got service with a smile. Other than that it was a satisfactory lunch.
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