To enter Sancho, on a crossroad to the Avenida da Liberdade, is to return to the Lisbon of the 60s. To the dark woods, the big leather armchairs, the smoking rooms, the waiters in uniforms, attentive in the treatment. The place exudes Galician influences that are seen in the menu, with a roll of good meats and many dishes from the oven, but the best thing is to come for lunch, to bet on the soups and dishes of the day and to leave with a full stomach. Ask for the codfish patties for starters.
Perfect for: telling parents that you are dropping out of school, they will be distracted with the room.
Must try: the encharcada, only after enjoying all the desserts of the cart.