Closed sundays and for lunchtime on mondays and tuesdays
Located in the centre of Setúbal, this cosy restaurant is on the ground floor of a building that dates back to the 1930s. Open in 2019, the décor is dominated by wood and some coal features, which lend the restaurant its name (Carvão is Portuguese for coal). Its mission is to celebrate the harmony between classic Japanese and contemporary Portuguese cuisine. The freshness of the ingredients used is remarkable, and the drinks menu is quite impressive.
Bread toasted in olive oil, semi-cured codfish fillet, olives, cabbage and peppers