This restaurant was recommended to us by our hotel during a weekend break in the algarve. It is off the beaten track and certainly couldnt survive by passing trade alone. The rustic charm of the premises could not be beaten and the menu containedhings I have never heard of and would be unlikely to eat again. We started with a complimentary basket of bread and pate which was followed by a complimetary appetiser. My main was black pig sausage and it was extremely tasty, although the restaurant appeared to specialise in a local maize porridge (similar to palenta)which came with everything and was, in my view, rather tasteless. The food was certainly presented to a high standard and the wine was of the requisite quality.
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