I have been in Portugal visited 5 towns and this is one of the two memorable meals where food was actually robustly flavorful as Portuguese food supposedly is known for. After having visited various restaurants from 2 stars to 5 stars, I realize that sometimes it´s about where and what you order - you´ve got to know what to order. Sometimes they tone down the flavorings in the dishes for tourists, 8 out of 10 meals here tasted like chef forgot to put salt in my food. But again, the pork alentejana was a very flavorful dish where pork is cooked in wine and garlic with clams. Their food price is just below average for tourist town restaurants, which is all very expensive if you have to eat out for two weeks like I have.
Restaurant was busy during lunch when I visited, there was an error on my check but was corrected once pointed. So be sure to check you bill even if you do not read Portuguese.
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