I'd go as far as consider it a hidden gem, as it is probably one of the few restaurants in the area with good local cuisine these days, way better than all the alternatives in the proximity where luring tourists is the one and only objective offering poor quality food and high prices.
This one's affordable and to be honest, from my experience, you can't go wrong with anything you choose from the menu. The Francesinhas though, as mentioned in other reviews, are really, really good. Only downside for me, as a local, is that it's always full so, get there early or make a reservation. Highly recommended.
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