We found this little restaurant after picking up a pamphlet about the Martim Moniz quarter in Lisbon. It's a very multicultural area and worth exploring after your meal. There are lots of people going about their business on the streets and laneways but you do not feel threatened at all going down the intriguing back streets. Back to the restaurant - this little restaurant certainly tempted us in and we had never experience Goan cuisine before - lots of northern Indian, but very little southern. The menu was easy to read with designations about how hot a dish was. We ordered fish and vegetable curries with bread. We were given some fried pakhoras as starters without ordering (which is a very Portuguese kind of thing!), but they were very nice. Indian beers and wine, and lots of water was available. (Lisbon tap water is fine, and most places are happy to serve,) The service was friendly and generous and the chef came out to say hello. There is a window through to the kitchen so it was interesting to see the activity. Obviously popular with the local office crowd as a table full of locals arrived to celebrate some occasion with bubbly. Recommended.
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