La Cantina does not serve churrasco, but it’s still good. This small, quaint Brazilian restaurant serves good homemade-style, traditional Brazilian dishes, such as the famous bean and meat soup feijoada. You’ll find a selection of about a dozen dishes, including salads, seafood and chicken (the muqueca – a seafood stew – is quite good). Be hungry when you go there as portions are very big: 2 main courses for 3 people should be more than enough.
The only downside: The location, which although just a five minute walk from the Bourse, quickly takes you to a somewhat sketchy part of town.