We have come to the conclusion that Portuguese is one ethnic food my family agrees on. We have only eaten it out of town but decided we needed to find a place closer to home. Sandy Spring's is a little far for us in town folk but decided to take the the trip OTP and it was worth it. The Sangria was fantastic! We appreciated the attentive service and relaxed dinning. As the other reviewers have said there weren't a lot of people there. I hope they get the crowd they deserve. The apps we had were the mozzarella ( tasted fresh) and my husband and daughter split the sausage - they were both very good. My kids both ordered off the menu and they were very accommodating. My son had the vodka sauce on a seafood pasta and my daughter had chicken alfredo. My husband had the seafood stew and although he expected it to be more "stew like" it was good. I had the paella which was very flavorful. The portions were large and we have lots of left overs. Desert was tiramisu and flan which were both really good. I loved the strong coffee that finished the meal. I can see us making the trip to Sandy Springs again for another really good meal.
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