Have had lunch at Sagres on two occasions in the past two months. They serve very good food in the center of a Portuguese neighborhood. 11 year old had a Jr. steak typically served with two fried eggs and fries which still was a lot of food even though a "Jr" portion. She said it was good and we brought half of it home. My Portuguese partner had baked Bacahlao o Gomes de Sa (dried cod fish with potatoes, onions, boiled egg), Second time for her as she liked it so much the first visit. I had the grilled shrimp on a skewer with rice, french fries and melted cheese. Both were very good and authentic. Atmosphere for lunch is white table cloths and a bit of a formal feel. I assume the same for dinner. Prices are reasonable.
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