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Hidden gem in the Portuguese Quarter

Restaurants in the Portuguese Quarter are a penny a dozen. How can you possibly find the right restaurant? Perhaps by ignoring all the ornate façades for once and instead choosing one of the more inconspicuous restaurants.

By doing so, you might end up at Nau and therefore probably one of the best locations in the area. The restaurant's interior is pleasantly low-key and does not require a lot of folklore accessories - in this family business, more emphasis is placed on good food. You will be drawn in by a good and manageable selection of seafood and meat dishes, plus there are some excellent appetisers such as scampi or goat's cheese in puff pastry and the irresistible dessert, farófias, an airy whipped egg white foam with vanilla cream and cinnamon. To melt away. A real find in this highly frequented area!

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Short & Sweet

  • CategoryRestaurant
  • Type of cuisineSpanish / Portuguese
  • Price€€
  • Ambiencecozy, stylish, classic
  • Serviceeasy, cordial

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