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This spacious restaurant is a good place to try ubiquitous stews such as tripas á moda do Porto (tripe and beans) or the famous cozido à portuguesa (meat, cured sausage, and vegetables), which are nearly always on the menu in one form or another. In case you don't appreciate these, the menu has several meat and fish specialties, too. Along with the typically Portuguese food come typically Portuguese details: wooden ceiling beams, whitewashed walls, and potted plants add plenty of charm. Perhaps as a result, it tends to draw mainly tourists and indeed tour groups; if you want somewhere more favored by locals, head for Abadia do Porto. There's an adjacent bar where you can eat cheaper.
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