We would never have found this place if it hasn't been recommended to us by family. Hidden in Lisbon's maze of backstreets, this family run restaurant was the perfect ending to an amazing day trip to Lisbon. We shared the fish stew which came in a huge oyster dish and was full of beautiful, fresh shellfish and white fish. It was a challenge to get through it all and made it a long leisurely meal with great wine too. The owner is really friendly and although the food took a long time to come out, it was definitely worth it. Dessert was really unusual too, worth squeezing in! Would definitely come back.
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