It lived golden times in the last decades of the twentieth century, when it reached a Michelin star, and sailes at cruising speed, with contemporary Portuguese cuisine, safe and without major inventions. At the helm is chef João Pereira, in the menu are still some dishes from other eras and the room keeps up with those touches of modern decoration, within the classic style of this restaurant. Try the pickled partridge, the crunchy crust piglet and drink one of the great wines from the wine cellar.
Perfect for: dinner with the parents, in-laws or grandparents on a special date.
Must try: the pastries from Chief Miguel’s childhood.