We were in Toronto for the Film Festival and between films we had a great lunch at this Portuguese restaurant. We ordered seafood and it was very fresh and well prepared. The restaurant feels
expensive with good linens and attentive, professional service. The prices were surprisingly reasonable.
Not 'dead cheap" but well priced. We ordered an appetizer of grilled fresh sardines, a soup, and two of the house specialties, a Cataplana (seafood stew) that had a lot of fresh seafood and would have been enough to share. It comes steaming in the traditional cataplana copper pot. We also had the grilled octopus which was fork tender and delicious. We were too full for dessert. Of all the restaurants we tried in Toronto this was
the most pleasant experience and the food was tops. We recommend it.
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