We chose this restaurant on a busy night in October when all the restaurants we had planned to eat in were full. Remarkably this one was empty with just one other table occupied when it was surrounded by restaurants bursting at the seams. Perhaps its because it is upstairs .The waitresses were super friendly and welcoming . We had a cover of bread and flavoured butters but it was €4 for 1 cover nothing special . My husband ordered Francesinha( a Portuguese sandwich originally from Porto, made with bread, ham, sausage steak or roast meat and covered with melted cheese and a hot thick spicy tomato sauce served with french fries.)I ordered the seafood risotto.The house wine wasn't available so we had a bottle at €11.50. We waited a very long time for our food and it probably seemed longer as we were on our own in the restaurant for most of the time. But it was obviously freshly cooked . Both dishes were nice but very rich and stodgy I should have had grilled fish instead. The toilet was downstairs and you needed to ask for a key which was a bit annoying. Bill was €42.95
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