We did not expect much as this is a restaurant near the Rosio train station, but we were pleasantly surprised. We ate dinner there twice during our stay in Lisbon: first time we had clams with garlic sauce, monkfish with shrimps, grilled sole fish, these were pretty good. This was when we noticed that a lot of people were eating the bifanas (pork sandwiches). A couple of days later we went there to just try the bifana -- and it was good. The meat was tender and full of flavor. We can see the cook cooking the pork for the bifana, apparently this is their specialty and what draws the customers.
The bifana is quite inexpensive, but their other dishes can be a bit pricey. Also this place is rather small inside and when they are busy it can be very crowded (you may have to sit very close to other customers). But the food makes it worthwhile.
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