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All reviews gin tonic grilled sardines steak garlic bread salad shrimp fries scrimshaw museum walls and ceiling overlooking the harbour whale watching nice food across the road flags sailors beer history
Only place to be for tourists and sailors. Cosy. Nice cocktails, especially the gin tonic at 2,9€. Food is average but staff is friendly. Possibility to eat outside on the terrace overlooking the colourful harbour of Horta.
Food is average, prices more expensive than other restaurants in Horta. And if you sit on the outside terrace, it takes ages for a waiter to get your order, again waiting long for your meal. And even paying takes time, because the waiter always have...More
We have been there following the advice of our touristic guide for a quick lunch. The meal took 2 hours because of the inefficiency of the service. In addition, the fish we ate didn't look fresh at all and was full of oil and garlic....More
A busy spot - we were lucky to get a table beside an open doorway with a great view of the harbour. Our waiter was very friendly and spoke excellent English (as well as Portuguese and French). Lots of seafood on the menu and we...More
When we read reviews on the cafes own website it made out like it was the most liveliest place on the Island and a must visit
Although the food was okay it wasn't the vibrant & place to be seen cafe, just a busy cafe...More
Peter’s Cafe Sport is a Faial Icon! Hence the place is almost constantly busy!
I had the octopus and to my request it was not over cooked! Unfortunately the accompaniments (potatoes and cabbage) were boring and mushy! And the overall plate was salty! It was...More
We had dinner here yesterday and were disappointed. The service was uninterested. Our chicken curry had nothing to do with curry. We only tasted salt and more salt. Try to use some herbs and cook the chicken in the sause, not make some chicken and...More
We visited Peter's place in the late afternoon after the long hike, and expected to have a regular lunch like at other places in Azores (bakery type restaurants, nothing special). But instead, we were amazed with everything! The stuff was friendly, the food was super...More