My wife and I stopped in for a light supper at Waza and enjoyed it thoroughly. Part of the enjoyment was the fun of talking to the hostess, Helena (Portuguese) and the chef, Jean-Louie (French/Brittany). They are a personable pair and talking with them enhanced the dining experience.
The restaurant is a great place to stop between the Cape St. Vincent lighthouse (a must-see) and the town of Sagres. It has a very attractive, modern, clean interior decoration and well-spaced tables.
The highlight for me was the fish soup, a pureed broth of five different fishes. It had a deep, rich taste that I really liked. My wife's salad was good, as was my huge goat cheese grilled sandwich and the brownie dessert. The cheese appetizer was excellent, as was the house wine.
All in all, a great, light stop in an attractive location with reasonable prices and very friendly folk.
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