fish stew and grilled shrimp is to die for, make sure you ask for the garlic . very good service. desert is also amazing
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Went for lunch with my wife and daughter. We had a fantastic time. Not too busy mainly locals and you can see why. Fantastic local food. I had prawns but the grilled sea bass was the star. Very kid friendly. Will go back again before...More
We were welcomed warmly despite being very early at 1pm. Bread, water, pate and drinks quickly ensued. The menu consists of all the Local classics and we plumped for Cataplana with pork which was a superb choice having great cooking liquor and flavour, great feast...More
I saw some negative postings on this restaurant which I don't think are justified. This is a family restaurant on the way to Cape St Vincent. They don't have a lot of staff, but they have enough. Just relax, slow down, we are not in...More
Fish looked suspicious so we thought we'll go for meat after 10 days of great seafood. We took beef that turned out to have a consistency of a bathroom carpet and chicken piri piri because I read somewhere it was a portugese specialty. Maybe. But...More
At exactly 21:53 we entered the restaurant and they told us that the cuisine was already closed (there were tables free). My question is, how can a restaurant like this in the middle of summer with some much tourists closes the kitchen at this hours...?