We've heard about the Portuguese section of Newark for quite a while so when we finally got there it was with high expectations. Seabra's didn't disappoint. Just walking in the door we knew we were in someplace special. All the little bites lined up behind the bar, the fresh fish display we passed on the way to the dining room, and the food on the tables of other diners said, "This is authentic."
The white sangria was delicious, the cockles buttery and sweet, and then came the main courses. Each was enough for 2-4. Grilled cod (an authentic dish), "Dry soup" a traditional dish that's anything but dry, and an outrageously good Chilean sea bass. My friend took the photo below. The desserts weren't too great. We understand they aren't made on premise, and the meal was so delicious and plentiful there's no reason to order one.
Can't wait to return to this family friendly local spot.