Don’t be intimidated to enter this restaurant because of the tables in the front filled with bantering Lisbon locals. If you do pass up this chance, you’ll be missing out on some of the most authentic Portuguese food in the city. Grilled dishes are the specialty at Churrasco da Graça, so sample the octopus, grilled tuna, and the seafood platter if you desire more of a variety. If seafood isn’t your go-to, you can’t go wrong with the picanha steak, served with black beans, French fries, and rice. The restaurant is painted a cheerful yellow, which adds to the friendly and inviting atmosphere.
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