One of my favourite restaurants in Sagres and a must on the list of where to go! The fish is amazing, I had snapper and it was beautiful. Not a bad price either considering how great the food is
1 - 10 of 573 reviews
Wonderful food, nice wine list, good service, pleasant surroundings and very popular. Our dinner began with the couvert, a plate of breads and cheeses, and included Algarve Cataolana (Cataplane Ameijoas) as its main course. Cataplana is a fantastic kind of stew prepared with Portugal famous...More
Great food,...abrupt service ....they were busy on a bank holiday weekend but waiter was not pleasant at all.....they say famous for service ..well not on this occasion but the food,and wine were really good
My husband and I came to Restaurante Carlos for dinner on Easter Sunday. We didn't have reservations and it was around 8pm but we were welcomed in and only had to wait a few minutes at the bar before a table was prepared. The place...More
After a very chilly visit of the Sagres fort at the beginning of spring during which had to enjoy an heavy rain we were pleased to enter in this cosy and authentic restaurant ,welcome gently by its owner.The food was very good and we recommend...More
We shared a mixed fish platter which was baked in oil in the oven. The fish included sea bass, grouper and monkfish, served with vegetables. We drank a bottle of Algarve White on the recommendation of the waiter, which was also good.
Great restaurant with outstanding local food. The staff, the owner and the owner's son were so friendly that we returned five nights out of our six days in Sagres. The only night that we did not eat there was the night that the restaurant was...More
Had an OK meal here. The seabass was very nice but came with some overcooked green beans. Absolutely fine but for a mid-range meal but the A Tasca is a better bet.
After walking part of the Via Algarviana, we didn't want to walk far from our hotel, and Carlos was nearly next door. It was welcoming and friendly. We had the usual bread and olives, then one rice and octopus dish and one cuttlefish with beans...More