We agree with other visitors that this is an excellent, if very individual place to eat. Situated at the
town end (not the Fort end) of Rua Santa Maria, the narrow entrance could be easy to miss and the interior is hardly bigger than a 'hole in the wall' shop. The proprietor is the waiter and his sister is the cook. He is businesslike but with an underlying charm as he explains his two or three (only) fish dishes of the day. These were fresh and excellently, if simply, cooked and there was a selection of good vegetables. Seating is basic on stools at wooden tables. For a genuine, no frills, taste of scabbard fish, sea bream etc, this is a place to go, but eat early as it is likely to get full.
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