Traditionally the espetada (skewered meat) was prepared using a real wooden skewer cut from a Madeiran laurel tree. They were a protected species for a while and many restaurants went for boring modern skewers. This restaurant maintains the traditional style and you're rewarded with magnificent flavour.
I've never seen this restaurant busy. They will collect you and return you to your hotel. You have marvellous views over Camara de Lobos especially at night. The staff are charming and the food lovely. But it's still very quiet. Not complaining but it is a mystery.
Just one point, we usually have tap water but here it tasted so much like a swimming pool that we sent it back and bought the bottled!
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