Very friendly staff, helpful with the menu, able to translate to English, great suggestion for a local meat dish.
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Good food and attention but they will serve you some extras like cheese, bread or late (even if you haven't asked for them) and if you eat them you will have to pay for them. They should inform you these extras are not complimentary
Not really sure they understand its business. On arrival you felt that you were intruding but it only had another couple dining .a bit like a small village pub and a new face walks into the bar -who is he? We tried but service and...More
The quality of the food is far from acceptable. Hake fillets were frozen and low quality. In monkfish rice, the fish was dry and uninviting aspect. Service careless and distant customer service. The restaurant shows signs of deterioration, as reflected in the provision of poor...More
It was busy in the restaurant but our food came quickly and was very tasty. We will return. The price wax reasonable.
As a previous reviewer said, a cozy place. We were exhausted when we went here for a bit of peace and quiet, and it's certainly a place to recharge. It makes a nice change from the standard touristy fare in the city centre. The food...More
It´s a very cosy restaurant, with home food with extremely affordable prices. Daily Menu 7,95€ Includes: Soup Bread and Butter Main Course One Drink (Water, Soda, Beer)
Based on a raving rec we went here, and were underwhelmed. Food was good enough, service was good enough, wine was, too, and the cost was reasonable but with so many truly excellent restaurants, don't know why one would go here.
I have to be perfectly honest. Not only was my meal in this restaurant the best in Coimbra, it was the best meal I've had in my eight trips to Portugal! The roast chicken was just superb! Went back on my last night in Coimbra...More