There were times when Lisboners twisted their noses at the ammount of tourists who frequented Pinóquio and avoided mixing. Now that they have been forced into a more peaceful coexistence, it is time 1) to admit that they were right; 2) redeem themselves from all the years in which they did not taste the clams made in the coffee maker, the prawns à la placha or the secret of the house, the steak in bread (a.k.a. the loin prego); 3) Book a table on the terrace and show the outsiders with pride their seafood platter.
Perfect for: a dinner before a show in Rua das Portas de Santo Antão.
Must try: the sirloin steak with fried potato chips and homemade spice.