I remembered we'd liked a place downtown — when I wrote about it I said, speaking of the "wild boar hash," It was a nice dish, I thought; I’d return here." So we did.
The hash was still on the menu, and it was still good. Even better, I thought, was an unusual (to me) soup: "Signature Conquistador Bisque," made with salt cod, chorizo, and manchego cheese, with a garlic crouton and rouille floating atop — a sort of Portuguese-Manchego take on good old Provençal fish soup, as my companion pointed out. It was garnished with fried cilantro, I think. A very pleasant place.