This restaurant won a well-deserved award for its "architecture" a few years ago. It is in a restored warehouse or giant barn-ish structure--all arches, beams, etc. with "rustic, rural Alentejo objects" dotted about, hung from the ceilings and etc. etc. So it is a great place to come to soak up an imagined "rurality", as it were.
We came at lunchtime, merely wanting a plate of anything to share and a couple of glasses of wine and to "wait it out until the rain stopped". Their bread was stale, their olives not anything LIKE as good as those of the fabulous Adega 25 de Abril across the street, nor is their jug of "vinho de la casa" very good. The plate of lamb chops with chips and rice piled high which we shared was the usual greasy Portuguese stuff one finds every/anywhere in the country, BUT...it was a pleasure to sit in these surroundings, admire the "chutzpah" and imagination of whoever it was who thought to turn this space into a restaurant and to decorate it in the manner it has been done! So don't expect great gastronomy here, but do enjoy the place!!
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