Out near the Gulbenkian museums, this modern, informal restaurant serves traditional Portuguese cuisine with a focus on using the best, freshest seasonal ingredients. You can order a proper meal here, or choose a selection of petiscos—small dishes for sharing. Specialities include white beans with shrimp, blood sausage with apple and onion quail eggs and chouriço, or baked octopus with "bruised" potatoes. For dessert there is a sinful honey pudding with curd cheese or a typical treat known as "bacon from heaven" (don't worry—it's made of almond, egg, sugar, and cinnamon). If you're late for a date with the Gulbenkian's artistic treasures, the restaurant has recently opened a mini cervejaria (small beer hall) where you can grab a steak sandwich and cold one on the run.