Had a nice late dinner here on a Saturday evening. We arrived at 8:30pm where we found only three other tables to be occupied. We were seated immediately and had attentive service from the start. The waiter took our drink order then brought over a large bread basket and a plate of Portuguese-style olives. For an appetizer, we ordered the little necks Espanola style which was very good. The clams were not overcooked and served in a tasty tomato broth with onions and chorico. There was plenty of Portuguese bread and crisps to dip into the broth....oooh so good! For main meals, we ordered the shrimp Mozambique, the Portuguese pork roast and the baked stuffed shrimp. All were quite delicious, moist and tasty. I was worried about the baked stuffed shrimp since it really is not a traditional Portuguese dish however, the chef did a wonderful job and the seafood stuffing was simply perfect. All of the meals were served with a good portion of mixed vegetables, rice and round potato fries. The restaurant itself in not super fancy but nice and very clean. There is a lounge associated with the restaurant to the right of the building. The entrance to the restaurant is on the left. We found the prices to be quite fair for what you get. All in all, this was a very good restaurant with very good Portuguese food.
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