We have been quite a bit, its a simple place, a bar some tables, located in the picturesque Caloura harbor. Its been going for about two years, and the food is getting better, and they have improved the protection against the elements, but its place for a warm dry night. The thing about the Azores -speaking as some one who lives part of every year there,- have a propensity to cook fish in a way that ensures it is totally dead and in an emergency can double up us as a shoe sole. The Caloura bar grills fish well, its fresh, and cooked so its still moist and not dry. That's all they do here, and hopefully won't change it , its a good formula, and one of the best places to eat on the Island. The service is a bit slow, a tad disorganised but it makes up for that in warmth, and besides it just means you spend a bit more time listening to the waves, wonderful!
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