Senhor Vinho, in Lapa, is owned by well-known fadista Maria da Fe; as such, it is an ideal restaurant for hearing Lisbon's unique fado music. The "Portuguese blues", popular since the 1820's, consists of mournful ballads about loss, painful love, and life's difficulties. It is accompanied by an acoustic guitar played with Middle Eastern influences. Exposed beams, tile and plaster walls, brick arched doorways, and dark wood accents set the stage for the fadistas. Signature dishes include the lobster with rice, pork loin with rice and tropical fruit, and lagareiro octopus.