If one is not a member, he or she can only have lunch here after 2 p.m. If you go, please observe the unwritten dress code; it's not the place for shorts or grunge wear. Also not the place for raucous children running wild. Most of the clientele are local business and professional people.
Well prepared Portuguese fare and wine by the glass or bottle. Understated elegance in the decor. The mostly Filipino waitstaff are efficient and courteous.
They have a small lunch buffet, in addition to a la carte selections. The buffet is the most economical route to a meal here. Menu prices are not exorbitant, but lunch for two can easily cost 300 MOP or more.
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