Established in the 1950s, with present management in place since 1973, it evokes a relatively simple seafront tavern, except that the food and service are a lot better than that cliché might imply.
Within sight of a well-scrubbed kitchen, you'll enjoy such menu items as a savory sopa de marisco (shellfish soup), filet of whitefish with shellfish rice, baked sea bass in a salt crust, or whitefish crowned with a banana. Grilled sole and several kinds of shellfish round out the menu.
Food Traditional Portuguese (Fish)
Dress Code Casual
Open For lunch and dinner. Closes on Tuesdays