This café is listed as being in Olhao but more accurately is in the village of Fuseta or Fuzeta. We came across it after visiting the fish market round the corner, and the item which immediately caught our attention was the pavement (sidewalk) BBQ, a tall metal thing with a up-and-over cowling and a chimney. One swordfish and one salmon steak, cooked while we waited on the BBQ griddle. Also while we waited, a man appeared selling punnets of gigantic raspberries from a tray. We bought four for €5 which is ridiculously cheap compared to prices back home. The grilled fish were served up with basic salad (lettuce, tomato, onion) and boiled potatoes, and were also scattered liberally with sliced garlic and parsley. Wonderful. The sun continued to shine, we continued to catch bits of lettuce that threatened to blow away in the wind, and I was surreptitiously dropping bits of salmon skin to the stray cats hanging around. There were quite a few of them, in several different colours. The cheerful waitress served up carafes of fizzy white wine, coffee afterwards and a chocolate pudding thing. Total cost €25, remarkable value.
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