Ti-Natercia

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Ti-Natércia
The name of this little-known Alfama gem means simply, "Aunt Natércia," and that's exactly who will greet you if you manage to snag a seat at the dinner table in a neighborhood hardly known for great gastronomic feats. This is no-frills, home-cooked Portuguese dining with the classic dishes like bacalhau com natas (oven-baked salted cod with onions, diced fried potatos and cream) arroz de pato (duck rice) and folhado de bacalhau (salted cod in puff pastry) only being upstaged by Aunt Natércia herself. She'll talk your ear off in Portuguese while she serves and cooks – it's a one-woman show – whether you like it or not (if you don't, the food is so good, you won't soon care). Reserve ahead.
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Escola Gerais, 54, 1100-080 Lisboa, Portugal
+351 21 886 2133
Sat, Sun 12pm - 3pm
Tue - Fri 7pm - 12am