Good service good very good the veal could be cut with a spoon the ambiance was good as well was not expensive at all
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This is still a typical restaurant (owned by the same family for decades), although nowadays you will also find lots of tourists there. Despite that, the food is still made folowing the traditional away, although portion quantities have decreased throughout the years. If you are...More
Friendly service and good food very well priced. The octopus in salsa verde was great and the cod fritters were light and delicious.
The weather was awful, the restaurant was full of local families cals' and two English foreigners turned up. We were rapidly seated, the young waiter worked hard to understand us and served us as quickly as the crowd would allow. The food and wine were...More
We were a large group and I think they are not prepared for this. The menu was selected previously, everybody has the same food and we got to the res taurant at the agreed hour. So, I don't understand why we had to wait so...More
The food was great and the servings are very well served. The staff was also very helpful. It was a great experience.
We had a truly lovely meal in this restaurant, probably the nicest we had in Ponte. The waiter was extremely helpful and provided us with details as to what was in the dishes in the menu. The food was lovely and very reasonably priced.
Very Portuguese, very friendly and helpful and very reasonable price. We had the roast beef, which melted in the mouth, and then the Pudim, which was delicious!!
Went there with my girlfriend to have a soup and some fresh fish, but the fish was too fresh, indeed some bits were still raw... Despite that it was tasty and the environment was friendly. You do have to pay for Ponte de Lima being...More