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The odds of finding tourists at this traditional Portuguese spot located in the middle of a narrow street in Alcântara are low, unless they’re tagging along with a local. The menu is big, and the portions even bigger. Grab a spot at one of the wooden tables on either of the two floors and order a few things to split, like the scrambled eggs with farinheira, cod fritters and fried green beans, or the crunchy bite-size fish poppers that are deep fried in olive oil. No matter how full you are, don’t skip the serradura, a whipped cream and butter cookie crumble, for dessert.

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