I was a bit surprised at some of the other reviews, as we walked past at lunchtime and it was full. So we went back in the evening. Few tables in, we were served with carafe of local wine (nothing special but very quaffable) @...More
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We had lunch there and we both ordered cod (bacalhau fried). The cod was a bit too salty, and overall was good. But nothing extraordinary. It was good to stop for a good lunch, but nothing really special,
I don't recommend to eat here. Food is dry. Vegetables where with no taste ... better eat at home. Long wait for servise. To much money for the quality. We ordered the more expensive dishes. ..and left almost all of it untouched. .. around us...More
Midweek lunchtime. This small restaurant was busy but found room for those who arrived. Food was fine, cheap and well cooked. Red wine was good. Service was friendly but a little slow at times. We enjoyed our meal and would go back. As ever in...More
I know that the portuguese restaurant the small starts (bread, butter etc) is usually charged, but it is very unfair when it is almost of the same price of the main course. I didn't recomend this place at all.
This is the typical day-to-day Portuguese café-restaurant. Do not expect a nice decor but that's what makes those places so typical and charming. I cannot fault the restaurant. We were a party of 16 people and all of us unanimously thought it was the best...More
Eat here if you are looking for a quick, nice meal for a reasonable price. Food is freshly prepared and served nicely, tastes good. Not very good environment, though, good for solo or with friends travelers, would recommend something else for a cosy family environment.
Not sure why this place is popular - not that cheap and the food is awful - how in the world do you mess up a toasta mista! Terrible!