First advice: book a table or you risk waiting a good bit. Second advice: go to Galito while hungry. Third advice: try the eggs with tomatoes, the shark soup, the tomato soup with grouper, the baked partridge, even if you have to go there more than once. Fourth Tip: leave room for the desserts (how??). Last advice: toast to Dona Gertrudes’ family health, who came from Serra D'Ossa to Lisbon and transmitted the recipe ipsis verbis to her son and then to her grandson.
Perfect for: a true Alentejo delicacy, to go with lots of time and an empty stomach.
Must try: the pidgeon rice.
|Venue name:||O Galito|
Rua Adelaide Cabete, 7 B
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 12.30-3pm & 7.30-10.30pm|
|Transport:||Metro Carnide. BUS 703, 764, 767|
|Price:||Up to €30|