Food and drink
This place serves simple and honest Portuguese food such as hearty soups, fresh fish dishes and sweet and sticky puddings.
Everything about this place is unfussy and informal, however it has erred on the side of being a bit touristy of late.
The waiters are always efficient, informative and speak good English.
In Bairro Alto. At the bottom of the Rua Da Atalaia hill. The entrance is very inconspicuous, so keep your eyes open.
It’s very affordable. It’d be very hard to spend more than 30 euros pp on three-courses, including wine.
- Backpackers / Students
- Culture vultures
- First-time travellers
- No fuss