The restaurant used to be in an historic building. Now it's in a redevelopment area on the waterfront. But don't get your hopes up regarding the view: it doesn't face onto the water; rather, it affords a view of the tax office opposite.
I ordered the tripe with white beans. Coincidentally, the next three elderly males customers after me, also dining alone, came in, seriatim, and each in turn ordered the tripe. It was in the Porto style and quite OK. However, I've had better in Porto. Specifically, the seasoning meats added to it were lacking in flavor, and therefore the whole dish was somewhat flat.
Service was no problem. The portion was quite large enough. The house wine came from bottles, not from a cardboard box, and it was very pleasant. The value for money was better than average. All else was solid, but nothing special. Just a nice, average meal.
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