This rustic tavern attracts a steady stream of fans for its authentic Alentejo regional specialities. These usually include ensopada de borrego (lamb stew), caldeta de cação com poejo (dogfish soup), pezinhos de porco de coentrada (pork trotters with coriander), a slew of dishes involving migas (fried breadcrumbs - tastier than they sound and seasoned in many different ways) and lots of bacalhau.
Rua do Grilo, 96
|Opening hours:||Noon-3.30pm, 7.30-10.30pm Mon-Sat|
|Transport:||Bus 718, 742, 759|
|Price:||Main courses €8.80-€14|