Found this place on our first night in Lisbon, and we were so impressed we went back again. The venue itself is right in heart of Biarro Alto, and the exposed stone walls within give it a unique and intimate character. The staff are all very friendly and professional. (On our return trip two other couples came in right after us, and the waitress, even though one couple were requesting to order first, made sure to see to us first, which was very professional.) The menu is small and the food portions border on the minimalist, but it was all very tasty - can recommend the veg soup and the chicken, salmon and cod mains (though cod is not deboned!). Yes, as others have mentioned, the bread and dips placed on table are not free but this practice is widespread in the city, and we enjoyed them. We drank a bottle of douro from the wine list each night and it came perfectly chilled with a cooler - and only cost €12! The food is good value too - would definitely revisit on a return to Lisbon.
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