A Travessa is a Portuguese-Belgian restaurant located in the former Convent of the Bernardas, founded in 1653. Situated near parliament and several embassies, the popular restaurant attracts a lot of notable clientele. With its historic atmosphere and courtyard seating, the restaurant creates a romantic ambience perfect for couples. Enjoy dishes like partridge pie, wild boar in wine sauce, or scallops with pesto rice. The restaurant uses fresh ingredients and the bread served as an appetizer is baked fresh daily. The restaurant is pretty popular so call ahead to make a reservation.
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