Founded in 1936, this restaurant has become one of the classics of the city in its own right. Indeed, it is a safe bet for visitors seeking premium seafood and fresh fish. That humble tavern at the start of Rua Eugenio dos Santos has become a place where you can taste traditional dishes like Rodaballo (Turbot) à Marinheiro or a seafood platter grilled on its fireplace, which operates only in winter. The outstanding service tells of the professionalism and savoir-faire of the place, which also offers a great dessert menu. Without doubt, the most spectacular among therein is the Gambrinus crepe, which they will flamblé for you in the dining room. Of course, prices are in line with a menu that includes Atlantic lobster among its suggestions. This is surely a good place to treat yourself. And don't forget to admire its magnificent views.
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