Founded in 1954, this oceanfront restaurant by the casino is one of the most traditional in Espinho. There's an enormous variety of fresh seafood ready to be grilled, boiled, or roasted in the oven, as well as bacalhau and various fishy stews and rice dishes. Many are best split between two diners. Customers who want meat can choose between dishes such as roast veal or kid—or there's tripe and bean stew, in case you didn't get enough of that in Porto. There are also weekend specials. The wine list is well varied. There's also a late-night beer and snack bar outside.