Came in on a rainy evening. Seating is bar-style facing the cook, a couple small tv's on the wall. Very friendly atmosphere. It wasn't crowded when I went, but you do pretty much sit elbow to elbow with your fellow guests. Most people there were tourists. Got the typical Cachorro Especial and fino (beer). Delicious snack. Piri-piri sauces gives the Cachorro Especial a great little kick of spice and the crunchy baguette is delightful. It's a small snack, but flavorful and they also have other sandwiches or fries to order. It was fun to watch the chef make them in front of you. It was a little hard to find since Google Maps wasn't going to the exact location.