We had a good experience but I was expecting more from the reviews I read.
Food: We tried a few Angolan dishes. They were ok. We were surprised that “moamba” came without “pirão “ nor “fuba” which are a must have when you eat “moamba”. The food was lukewarm and quickly became cold before we finished. Very little rice was offered. Prices were reasonable.
Wine & aperitifs: There are not too many options. The wine is pricey compared to the food €13/14- €20/€22.
Desserts: only 4 options available. Nothing too exciting but the ice cream with brandy was good, if you like brandy.
Service: polite and adequate. The owner chatted with us outside but didn’t come to the table during dinner.
Music: nice background live music, not too lively, a bit of Brazilian, Cape Verde, etc.
Decoration: very basic, touching the “cafe” style.
To summarise, I think it’s a nice inexpensive restaurant (apart from the wine) but there is room to improve with the food. The options are restricted but this is just their style and it didn’t bothered me. I just feel that because of their restricted options they could easily improve them.
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