We've eaten at this restaurant a few times now and always thought it pricey.
Went again a couple of evenings ago.
The food was only ok. Much the same range is on offer as at other local restaurants: some Portuguese specialities including variations of dried cod, but predominantly grilled fish, sea food, meats, chips, boiled potatoes, salad, vegetables. The setting may be smarter - although a bit of an odd mix: Americana and French brasserie with references to the jazz age and the service is a bit more formal.
However, the bill was very much higher than the food, service and setting warranted. We agreed that more modestly presented restaurants (including Cozhina D'El Rei just up the road a bit) offer much better value for money.
Don't think we'll go back.
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