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Not sure if they ever had table service, ordered take out during Covid. Bring new to the area it was a solid YEA after trying it. Lots of Portuguese options but the steak regional here was particularly good.
We saw this Portuguese restaurant featured on Bizarre Foods and thought we’d try their authentic salted cod dish. We were not sorry. The cod was flavorful (watch out for the bones!) and charred perfectly. The potatoes were buttery and the sweet sautéed onions and garlic...were the perfect foil to the salty, crispy fish. It was topped with some spicy peppers that added some zing. We were surprised that the food stayed nice and hot when we got home to EG, but it didn’t need to be reheated at all. The portion was enormous, so I saved half for the next day. The hubby polished off his entire dinner. We’ll definitely go back when they’re able to open for dining in.More
Stopped in for dinner with daughter, her boyfriend, wife and I. Place was packed but got a table with just a short wait. Was seated next to the bar. Because place was packed it was very noisy with all the guests talking. Started with the...grilled chorizo also the little necks in white wine. Chorizo was ok, just a bit too charred for me. Charring was about a quarter of a inch into the sausage, still tasty. The little necks was tender and plump. Wife and future son in law both had the Portuguese steak. Topped with a slightly over cooked egg. Steak was tender and sauce was just ok. Served with rice and bought shoe string fries. I think they should have served it with hand cut potatoes, just my opinion. Daughter and I really wanted the grilled salt cod as shown on Andrew Zimmerman delicious destination, but was sold out due to lent. So we had the grilled halibut. Nicely grilled, flaky and mild flavor. Could have used a bit more seasoning but still good. Served with rice and salad. Had dessert afterwards. Waitstaff brought over a sample to look. Two came in plastic containers that you will see at the supermarket bakery section. Food wise overall was okay to good. Service is very slow. Seems like two waitresses and three runners that brought food to the tables and cleared tables. Kitchen was slow also in cooking the food, as observed with other tables also.More
My husband and I go often, I’m not Portuguese, he is, but, they have the best chicken alenjiana and Portuguese soup around, by far!!! The flavors are amazing. I literally have cravings for this place and must go every couple of weeks! The atmosphere is...old world and the staff is amazing, extremely friendly and very efficient. You won’t be sorry!More
The food is excellent, prices are even better. The staff is fabulous, but be prepared to wait as this food is made fresh to order. We go or do take out at least twice a month. I would recommend to everyone
The food, waitstaff and environment is beyond amazing. No matter what you try it will be delicious. We had the spanish style little necks, fish filets with shrimp sauce and shrimp Mozambique my husband was so happy with our choice of food today
My husband was craving his favorite dish "Pork Alentjana " so he picked up an order on a Friday night and we had it at home. This is a marinated pork dish consisting of cubes of pork, cubes of potatoes, Portuguese marinade that has been...simmered like a stew. It is topped with a few cherry stone clams. It is usually tender and the meat falls apart when you put your fork into it. The restaurant was very busy when he picked it up. The meat was on the tough side and the dinner was disappointing. We usually frequent this restaurant earlier in the week. Maybe this was why the meal was not up to par. I 'm sure if he had brought it back they would have replaced it or traded it for something else. It had been a long day and while not as good as usual we did eat the dinner.More
Third trip to O Dinis and consistently excellent every time. Went here with my wife, four kids, and parents. While wait was 45 minutes, it is absolutely worth it. The little necks in garlic sauce is a great way to kick off the dinner. The...daily specials are phenomenal: today had a braised pork chop braised in red wine. The deserts and coffee cap off any meal here spectacularly. In short, a great traditional Portuguese meal.More
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I am not sure but it seems like they have been there for a long time. Everyone seemed to know each other. Also the staff knew almost all of their customers. It is a small restaurant. The furniture is older so seems that... More
I am not sure but it seems like they have been there for a long time. Everyone seemed to know each other. Also the staff knew almost all of their customers. It is a small restaurant. The furniture is older so seems that the restaurant has been there for some time.