My husband and I ate here two nights in a row while staying in Horta for 5 days. The food is delightful; the patio was beautiful to enjoy the view of Pico while enjoying dinner.
We loved Peter's. The cafe downstairs is informal, down to earth, easy-going and colourful. We made it our base and the bar staff got to know us and would chat during quieter moments. Their gin with a hint of passion fruit is well worth a try. The food is plentiful and simple, a nice change from hotel/restaurant food. We enjoyed... More
The material used may not be 'pc' anymore and some of the subject matter may cause some to shy away, but you simply cannot ignore the skill involved in some amazing artwork.
The "original Peter" met us with a cold drink and a very friendly welcome. Having been at sea for some 28 days - Peter told the "sweet Americana" that she needed to eat and proceeded to feed me everyday we were there - usually filling me with great fresh fish and all the pico wine I could drink - I... More
We loved the terrace with views over Pico and the harbour. The service was not very good. Maybe it was the end of the season and personel was getting tired after a long season of hard labour, but we really missed some friendliness and good service.
Peter Cafe is just a tourist trap with average food and poor service. You could be invisible for the way they ignore you,especially at there outside patio. The scrimshaw museum has some interesting pieces but most seem to be newer rather than antique.Except for the fact that the patio has a great view,it wasn't that good
Great to see all the flags in the cafe, other than that it shouldn't take you more than 20 minutes between the cafe and the shop.
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