the restaurant has a nice terrace, right off the main square in Grandola. If you fancy the local Alentejo cuisine, this is a good place to go. Food is served amazingly fast. It is not refined but comes in copious plates with big chuncks of meat or more migas than you can eat. The menu is quite limited but if you book in advance, you can also eat the famous rice with fish stew (arroz marisco I believe it's called). Service is great (especially the young waitress) who translated the menu for us with a smile).
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