This modestly decorated restaurant has been dishing out home-cooked Portuguese and Macanese dishes to loyal customers for almost a quarter of a century. Its success is due in no small part to owner Carlos himself, who goes to the market daily to secure the freshest ingredients. The extensive menu includes all the traditional dishes, like minchi (minced beef) and Portuguese sausages, as well as secret recipes that have been handed down through generations of family cooks. Recommended are the Macanese-style shrimp in garlic and chili sauce, marinated grilled chicken, clams and pork stewed in white wine and herbs, and the bacalhau à bras (fried codfish with potatoes, onions, and egg). Reasonable prices for delicious food and Portuguese wine make this longtime favorite a very good value.