We both had the typical Bahai food, seafood in a (not very) spicy coconut stew Moqueca de Peixe.The pot came out bubbling hot, and to my surprise, the seafood was not overcooked, but perfectly done. I ordered a Salmon Cappacio for starters which was beautifully presented and deliciously fresh. No need for starters though, the ?complimentary bread with different spreads along with the stew is ample. Service is SO friendly and efficient, totally the opposite to the dreadful service at Amado.
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