We wanted a quick lunch and all restaurants were a bit crowded, so we decided to go to this bar/cafe as they had snacks/sandwishes and there were only a few people there.
The owner was extremely friendly and we had a nice "prego no pao" (steak sandwich), which was quite tasty.
It was also the only place I saw that had a terrace, so the nice view was a bonus. There was also a nice fig tree with fruit that was just ripe for picking, so we could have a few for dessert (the nice owner did not mind that we ate them).
In the end we paid 6 Euros for two "pregos" and drinks. I guess that is the cheapest you will eat in Sortelha.
In Sortelha are very good places to eat.
If you choose to dinner or lunch at this lovely village you can not loose some of the regional dishes, including the some medieval dishes in the D. Sancho restaurant where feijoada de Lebre (the rabbit with beanses) are a must eat.
You can find near the village O Celta restaurant and appreciate javali (wild boar), cabrito assado (Roasted kid baked) and the bacalhau (cod fish).