Tucked away in the lee of the Gulbenkian, this sleek but informal stablemate of a similarly named restaurant in São Bento delights in reinventing traditional snacks such as moelas (chicken gizzards, sautéed and served in a spicy sauce), feijão branco (white beans) cooked with shrimp, or morcela da Beira (blood sausage), here seasoned with apple and cinnamon. There's a good range of wines.
|Venue name:||De Castro Elias|
Avenida Elias Garcia, 180
|Opening hours:||12.30-3pm, 7.30-11pm daily|
|Transport:||Metro São Sebastião or Campo Pequeno|
|Price:||Main courses €11.80-€16.30|