We found a brief review of this restaurant in the latest edition of the "Rough Guide to Portugal". My wife and I ate here on three occasions during our recent stay and it was by far the best of the reasonably priced local Portugese restaurants we visited. We worked our way through their Garlic Bread, Vegetable soup (Very good), Sea bass (Excellent), Bacalhau (Dried Salt Cod in with rice) (excellent). Veal (excellent), and House style chicken kebabs (excellent), as well a variety of desserts and coffee.
The service was courteous, ultra friendly and helpful, without being pushy. The staff were also knowledgable and passionate about their food, and remembered us from previous visits.
Unlike many Portugese restaurants they have managed to get their portion sizes under control so that whilst being generous you are not presented with inedible mountains of food. A notable feature is the open and visible kitchen with no visible microwave oven (Always a good sign). They are a much better than average advert for Portugese cuisine and have a deft and light touch particularly with their sauces.
As has been previously noted, a hidden gem.. Just off the main restaurant area.
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