This is a nice and welcoming self-service restaurant in Coimbra. There are some tables outside in a terrace, and the room is modern and cheerful.
There were two dishes available and one of them was vegan. The vegan dish was soy Chanfana - an adaptation of a typical Portuguese dish. However, normally I don't enjoy these kind of adaptations too much because they are so similar to the original both in taste and looks that I can become a bit queasy.
We had two fruit juices but unfortunately they were too watered down.
The staff was quite friendly and helpful.Pros: Inexpensive, Friendly and helpful staff, Modern and cheerful room and terrace
Cons: Very few dish options, Watered down juices