We stumbled on this place during a rain storm. We saw a lot of touristy looking places in Azoia and wanted something more authentic, so we opted for this cafe - and it was just what we wanted! The people in the cafe looked a bit confused by our presence, but the hostess was very nice and spoke pretty good English. We had a nice turkey stew and and a breaded chicken dish. The servings were enormous, and both entrees, along with a beer, a water, an espresso, some cheese, bread, and olives cost only 17 euros. It was a great value and a very tasty meal. Recommended on your way in or out of Cabo da Roca!
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