We made the mistake of mugging ourselves at lunchtime. A charming waiter brought us of the street and through to the rear patio where we were then served by two of the most miserable men we have ever seen pretending to be waiters.
We knew what we were in for but as we had just walked up, around and back down from the Moorish castle, decided to stay sat and see how bad the value for money could be.
We only asked for salads, my wife for the tomato and mozzarella and the tuna for me. My wife's was simply two towers of alternate tomato and mozzarella with some olive oil and perhaps a faint dab of pesto. Not even a garnish of some basil leaves.
My tuna was OK but never EUR13.50 worth. So EUR27.50 for the food plus 2 glasses of rose (do they do a good rose in Portugal? - o yes, Mateus at EUR6 per glass!) the bill was EUR39.50.
Looking at all the restaurants around, the price was consistent. But the ignorance of the waiters was quite delightful!
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