RIP – El Clandestino

Mexican food with a South American twist

Mexican food with a South American twist

Rua da Rosa, 321 A/B
Principe Real
966 537 387, website
Mon – Sun, 18h30 – 2h

Impeccable ceviche, innovative cocktails, and an intriguing interior, these things are all part and parcel of this Mexican/Peruvian joint in Príncipe Reál. The menu is varied and pricey for the portions served, but the quality makes up for it, at least somewhat. The flavor of the ceviche was truly remarkable and is the one thing on the menu that begs us to return. If money is no object, we recommend giving this restaurant a try as the experience itself is relatively memorable inside the cozy high-ceiling space, but if you’re looking for the food to do all the talking for less, you might want to go elsewhere or don’t come too hungry. The bill at the end might surprise you, especially if you’ve had two cocktails each.

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