In this discreet gourmet haven, amid stained glass and wood panelling, liveried waiters glide to and fro, bearing plates of seafood. Eating here can cost a packet if you order any of those, or the fancier traditional dishes on offer, but the place also built its reputation with pregos (steak sandwiches) and delicious meat croquettes. So you can do as many locals do and just snack at the long bar. Here or in the two dining rooms (smoking and non-smoking, the latter with a huge fireplace), it's worth asking what is available other than what's printed on the menu.
R das Portas de Sto Antão, 23
|Opening hours:||Noon-1.30am daily|
|Price:||Main courses €22-€42|