Located in the bohemian neighborhood of Barrio Alto, this lively tavern serves classic Portuguese cuisine. You can try regional dishes like cod fritter, fried octopus, or freshly roasted boar with a glass of house wine. Talk about freshness – the owner has both a farm and personal hunting grounds and much of the food is sourced locally from there. The restaurant is usually full of young locals eating the home-style cuisine in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere. This is a good stop during a fun night out since it’s in a young part of town full of bars and pubs.
This venue was built as a bullfighting ring in the late 19th century, and is still used for that... Read more