Time Out says
Our critic Alfredo Lacerda called it the most invisible shellfish restaurant in Lisbon and if not for GPSs in mobile phones and nobody would find it - this is only valid for those who do not live in the area, of course. Here pregos are had with garlic and thin meat, clams the Bulhão Pato way, prawns from Algarve, as well as cold salads (octopus and ear), gizzards and other such snacks. If you're already dreaming of a perfect post-beach, with cold beer and snails in front of you, here too you can do it.
Perfect for: a simple seafood platter late afternoon at pre-crisis prices.
Must try: the special prego, with meat from the flank, in simple carcass bread.
Avenida Gomes Pereira, 3 A
|Opening hours:||Qua-Seg 12.30-00.00|