Fodor's Expert Review Comida de Santo

$ Chiado and Bairro Alto Brazilian

Excellent northeastern Brazilian food served in a funky, brightly painted dining room to a suitably lively sound track keeps this tiny place buzzing until late at night. Come and enjoy classic Bahian dishes, such as fish soups, feijoada (black bean stew with sausage, pork, and dried beef), or vatapá (a spicy shrimp concoction thickened with ground peanuts). Sip a caipirinha and munch on manioc fries while you wait, and finish your meal with coconut-rich manjar branco or pudim de aipim (ground manioc, cooked with condensed milk). There are several unusual vegetarian options, such as pumpkin stuffed with palm heart and cheese. Comida de Santo is down a side street off Rua da Escola Politécnica; ring the bell for entrance.

Brazilian Romantic Intimate Lunch Dinner $

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Calçada Engenheiro Miguel Pais 39
Lisbon, Lisbon  1200-172, Portugal


Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Tues. No lunch in Aug.

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