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First of all, in view of the proliferation of Cova Funda throughout the city, the question you need to ask is: which Cova Funda? The one at Alameda, dear reader, the one where you’ll eat excellent fresh fish on the grill, a great stew (on Thursdays) and a prime-quality picanha, flanked by rice and fried potatoes. The name of the establishment, more popular than "Café Central", "Bijou" or "Cantinho dos Amigos" is related to the fact that it is in a basement, of course, although it is an airy and good restaurant to see some sports games.
Perfect for: not to be bothered with phone calls - the basement room has no service.
Must try: the picanha with french fries and rice.
Rua Augusto Machado, 3 A
|Price:||Up to €20|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Fri noon-4pm & 7pm-11pm; Sat noon-4pm|