Great food at an even better price. In a street in the historic center you will find this cozy restaurant with fabulous food.
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If you're looking for traditional, good basic food then certainly give this small restaurant a try. On our first visit, I was looking for a light lunch of sardines and sangria and wasn't disappointed - the generous serving of sardines. We enjoyed our lunch first...More
We thought this would be a great restaurant because there were always lots of people here. We ordered the stone bass and it was not good. Tasted very greasy although we were told it was grilled. The potatoes were bland. No salt on the table...More
The hamburger for the children was basic, no bread, no sauce or ketchup, even after asking for it. Chef salad with cheese and ham reminded me of fast and simple lunch at the school cafeteria. No credit cards accepted.
Thanks for the comment. This restaurant specializes in serving fresh fish and typical Portuguese food and not burgers and salads so it would be worth looking for a cafe or the mcdonalds
inside to old fort section of downtown Lagos. grilled fresh fish was excellent. authentic. some english speaking waiters but very helpful with the menu. would definitely eat there again. good location. easy to find.
I rated it average because the food wasn't anything spectacular and the service wasn't either. I was served in a timely manner and I actually had to go find someone to place my order because I was sitting outside for about 5 minutes with no...More
I don't always take Rick Steves up on restaurant recommendations, but his words on O Pescador were right on - fresh fish, decent prices. I ate there on my last day in Lagos. If I'd eaten there earlier during my stay, I would have gone...More
We visited this restaurant after seeing it on trip advisor, it did not disappoint, best to reserve a table, had lenguardo, not need to have asked for additional side salad as it comes with it! But excellent wine, great atmosphere.