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Cervejaria Trindade

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Cervejaria Trindade Review

The colorful azulejo wall tiles and vaulted ceiling of this former monastery hint at its long history, and it's popular with locals and tourists alike. A homey bar at the entrance will quench your thirst as you wait—you can also just come here for a drink and some pastéis de bacalhau (tasty fried cod-and-potato snacks). You might start with ameijoas à Bulhão Pato (clams in a garlic-butter and cilantro sauce) before moving on to bife de vazia à Trindade (steak with a choice of three sauces) or bacalhau à Santo Ofício (baked cod with olive oil). It all tastes great with the house wine. The weekday lunch menus are good value, as is a kids' menu.

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Updated: 11-12-2013

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    3 different experiences in one

    We had a nice meal of shrimp, clams, barnacles and beers on the lovely patio lit by the sunset and twinkling lights. But those in the bar had a smoky, darker view, and those in the main dining room had a much brighter, louder experience. I think we had it best in terms of atmosphere. The food was all a bit saltier than anything else we ate in Portugal, and the server acknowledged that it was to get us to drink more beer! He gave us complimentary dessert and an extra beer once he realized we were in on the game.

    by SweetTraveler, 9/5/07

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