Time Out says
It’s a curious success story in Cascais – so much so that in mid-2017 they moved to a larger restaurant – a Neapolitan pizzeria, designed by a Brazilian couple who have lived in Portugal for 25 years, famous for creating the Marhum bikinis that for many years were worn by the town’s teenagers. Then the unexpected happened and Humberto, the family man, decided to change his life, to study the length and breadth of Italy, find suppliers in Naples (the burrata comes from Campania, for example) and open a friendly restaurant offering pizzas with fat edges and moist centres. Excellent for eating in the restaurant and for take-away.
Travessa Visconde da Luz, 3
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