Also called the Melo Abreu, this restaurant is right on the shore line at Porto dos Carneiros overlooking a small harbour. We visited in the early evening when the place was very quiet. The staff were welcoming and the menu varied. The waiter brought fresh fish on a platter to our table and we both selected the stuffed horse mackerel. Unfortunately, the dish was short on fish and long on stuffing, which was mostly bread, and we both wished that we'd chosen one of the more expensive (and bigger) fish. What we had, though, was cooked nicely and well presented and together with starters and desserts we really enjoyed the meal. More people arrived while we were eating and it seemed a very popular place for locals
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