If you drive to this isolated windswept bluff, 8km (5 miles) west of Cascais, you won't be alone.
The low-lying seafront building sports a trussed wooden ceiling and large windows that take in views of the occasionally treacherous surf.
The polite staff serves every conceivable form of succulent shellfish, priced by the gram, as well as such house specialties as grilled sole. Arroz de mariscos (shellfish rice) is the most popular specialty -- and justifiably so. Try the rondelles of pungent sheep's milk cheese that await you on the table.
Food Traditional Portuguese (Fish)
Dress Code Smart Casual
Open For lunch and dinner. Closes on Sundays for dinner and Mondays