This restaurant had only just opened and wasn't even fully finished. No name outside, no curtains, no seats outside (all coming shortly, I am told), but its already extremely popular. Everytime we passed by it was packed and when we finally went on a Sunday for lunch, we were lucky to get a good table. It was packed and people were queuing for ages to get in. My starter of what I think was flash fried (and therefore slightly crunchy) tomato and cheese (feta?) balls was outstanding (and much better than it sounds). The I had the seafood (black) pasta which was delicious and abundant. Prices were surprisingly reasonable for being around the corner from Oscar Freire.
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