This deservedly enduring restaurant serves hearty Brazilian food in hearty Brazilian surroundings: greenery, papier-mâché toucans and other tropical tat. Its feijoada and other classic dishes are as good as any in town, but the real secret is the cosy atmosphere. There's a surprisingly good selection of vegetarian dishes on offer, plus lots of sticky Brazilian desserts.
|Venue name:||Comida de Santo||Contact:|
Cç Eng Miguel Pais, 39
|Opening hours:||12.30-3.30pm, 7.30pm-1am Mon, Wed-Sun|
|Price:||Main courses €16.50-€21|