Time Out says
It's called the Taberna Clandestina (Clandestine Tavern), but there's very little clandestine about it - not least because the terrace and the window facing Rua Amarela where you perch to order drinks is very conspicuous. Inside there are nooks and crannies, all made for sharing meals. During the daytime it is a petisco (tapas) restaurant - mainly cheese and charcuterie boards – then when the sun goes down it turns into a bar. As it's not easy to get a table and they only accept reservations up to 7pm, many people just stop by Clandestina, as it's known, for a gin and tonic, a glass of Portuguese or Italian wine, a beer or a house cocktail with lemon juice, basil, ginger beer and gin.
Rua Afonso Sanches, 36
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri 6-11pm, Sat-Sun 12.30-4pm and 6-11pm|