A pleasant, comfortable cafe, with a Portuguese/Brazilian bent, certainly a suitable place to while away a nice part of a lazy sunny day.
A dry steely white from Alentejo, nice integrated acidity, from their all Portuguese/Brazilian wine list.
In the bacalhau à brás, reconstituted salt cod with its characteristic firm fibres, a pillar of Portuguese cooking, is cooked with finely shredded potatoes that are fried to a nice crisp, which I love. A sharp salad of rocket and frisee, dressed sharply.
An ok chocolate cake, nothing deep or fudgy but nothing bad.
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