I am tempted to recall the old advertising for the V&A in London: "Ace cafe with quite a good museum attached". The museum is more than quite good (as is the V&A!) and had some particularly good models of Roman life in Portugal. The cafe was clearly a place patronised by locals and who could blame them! For 6.50 euros the lunch was many courses long with tasty hot dishes and wine or other drinks included. If one dessert wasn't enough, there was a baking tray of baked apples (delicious) for seconds.
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