We had a fantastic lunch here after we stumbled across this place after discovering Cantinho do Avillez closed for Easter Sunday a few doors up the street. Service was very friendly and our waitress was knowledgeable about the food and how it was prepared, she was clearly passionate about both the menu and the wine! We had the mackerel on a cold-prepared tomato sauce with olive tapenade and parmesan sponge; beautifully done. The mackerel had great texture. That was followed by salted codfish topped with chickpea puree, a trio of suitably spiced portuguese sausages on sweet potato and a baked goats cheese "gratin" with walnuts and honey....all delicious in their own right, the courses were served one at a time in the centre of the table which was a great way for us to enjoy the flavours together. 4 courses and a side of home-cut fries was easily enough for 2 people at lunch. With a glass of Rose and a large bottle of sparkling water the bill came to EUR40 which we thought was very reasonable for the quality of the cuisine. All in all this lunch was a true highlight of our Easter weekend in Lisbon.
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