Restaurante Zé Dos Cornos
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Lisbon's Best Bifana (steak in a bun)
Adequately named after the owner’s father extra matrimonial frolicking : Cornos translates into horns in Portuguese, this place is so hidden that only a few of the locals know about it. The menu basically consists of charcoal grilled fish and meats, with my recommendations going to the salt cod and the pork ribs, but this place is really about the bifana. The Portuguese version of food, this braised pork loin on a bun is religiously eaten with mustard and enjoyed all across Portugal no matter the social status. The house wine actually comes from the João (the owner’s) grapes, so be sure to tap into some pretty archaic Portuguese wine aromas.
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