The fish can hardly be fresher at this restaurant on the second floor of Aveiro's covered market where the catch of the day is shipped in for sale on the stalls downstairs. The dining area is a glass fronted space incorporated into the iron frame of the 19th-century building. It looks out onto the canal and down into market. The menu varies daily with the catch, but there's usually expertly grilled bass (robalo), brill (rodovalho) and a shoal of other creatures that were swimming the Atlantic a couple of hours before landing on your plate. Plus the typical Aveiro selection of eel (enguia) and salt-cod (bacalhau) dishes. Steaks for confirmed carnivores.