Stumbled upon this cute eatery while wandering around the hillsides of Porto.
The male server was extremely welcoming.  The inside had a great feel to it.
Loved the all-white decor.
Yummy cheese-tomato spread with bread for starter.
As much as I tried to like this dish, I couldn’t (waitress recommendation).
Some sort of fish cooked with a red sauce and baked with cheese.  The other
dishes I saw on surrounding tables looked better . . . 
The not-so-impressive meal was redeemed by a delicious pastel de nata.
Pastel de Nata: the famous Portuguese pastry.  Caramelized egg custard in a
pastry crust.  Delicious.  Something you cannot miss if you go to Portugal.
They come hot, cold, with apples.  Personal preference: hot, with cinnamon.

Rua do infante 
Dom Henrique 95
Porto, Portugal
(222) 015-172