It is a popular seafood restaurant in Algés, which blows 55 candles this year and, pardon the fall into clichés, but it is like Port wine: better and better. It always has great seafood - in due season it even gets the rare shrimp from Quarteira (blue-tailed) - and, once assured to Time Out, always has barnacles in the list, since it works with several suppliers. But before filling with shellfish, take into account two factors: the salty entrées are divine, the meats the same. What about now?
Perfect for: arranging five more friends and persuading them to share the Travessa de Marisco.
Must try: the special Relento steak, with mustard, in the frying pan.