Named after the little grapevine inside the restaurant, Parreirinha is an unpretentious and hugely popular spot, located in an old police station. Hundreds of men’s ties hang from the ceiling, adding character to what is already a colourful place. The menus may be enclosed in a flip file, but the dishes are anything but ordinary. Lots of garlic and chilli (Mozambican-influenced) is to be found in the Portuguese flavours and the speciality dishes include bacalhau (cod), prawn cakes, steaks and delicious prawns. There is also a wine cellar. A little further out of town this place is perfect for a drawn-out meal.