Ginjinha or simply Ginja, is a liqueur made by infusing cherries in alcohol and adding sugar with other ingredients. Find out where to drink it.
Tipping is the kind of thing reserved for fancy restaurants, and even then some people don’t even think about adding a tip to their bill - but people deserve a tip because they provide attentive service.
Here you will bump into expats from a number of countries, and a lively atmosphere. However, this being Portugal, it doesn’t really get going until late, whereas UK pubs are busier early in the evening.
In the morning, from 9am, you will see a handful of people with laptops,taking advantage of the free wifi, then the busy lunchtime crowd and, later on, coffee drinkers until the evening crowd turns into the nightlife crowd.