The best about this establishment is the terrace - you get the message. Mentioned in the guide Michelin, we went for lunch and were the only guests (which makes me feel VERY uncomfortable). Stayed however, because of tired legs, urge to go somewhere and a decent terrace with a direct view to the pier where big ocean liners spit out land-goers en masse.
The food was ok while the service was a bit shaky - set-off by the nice smile and good looks of the waitress from Brazil. Asking why there are no guests, the answer was that the place is full in the evenings (terrace). And now I cannot find the shrugging shoulders emoticon. We had:
2 couverts 7.50 / 1 risotto 22.50 / 1 magret de pato 19.50 / 2 copo alentejo branca 6.- / 2 fruta 6.-
1 water 5.- There is nothing wrong with the place and would probably go again if I am in the vicinity for a simple lunch on the terrace.