Great food with a great atmosphere! The food tastes great just like in Portugal and the service is good too. They kept pooring tea and orange juice.
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If you are in Macau do drop by to have a meal with its own fusion; a mix of traditional oriental cooking with a touch Portuguese influence. It is also located next to the famous Pastelaria Koi Kee for you to buy some local goodies...More
Inedible, overpriced restaurant with an imitation of Portuguese cuisine. Our steaks were totally raw, even after second frying it was inedible (old meat, full of veils). Shrimps had a metallic taste. I literally finished the chips, and still got a stomach ache afterwards :/ One...More
I was the lucky one in the group as I was the only one to get a meal that was edible. It was nothing special but I also didn't have much room to complain compared to my dining companions. One had supposedly grilled fish which...More
The foods served by the restaurant were pretty average; I would expect better for a well known restaurant. Service was poor. Waitresses tended to ignore us. It is not value for money.
A complete disgrace to the "so called" reputation! £120.00 for 4 adults and 2 toddlers. (No alcohol). We ordered fish & chips, over cooked fish steak less than 150grams, pork chop and rice, pork was like rubber! Garlic bread was pathetic! More like dehydrated crackers...More
Curry flavor chicken, crabs, bacalhau the salty cod fish are all yummy! If you come to Macau Taipa you must try this restaurant!
Went to this restaurant on 9th Oct, Sunday, for dinner. The restaurant is fairly big, high ceiling and looks rennovated. But that's all good things about it. The food is so-so, nothing special. We ordered clams and Portuguese chicken. I must say the taste was...More