Our group booked for one of the evenings that had live traditional Portuguese music. The entertainment was a lovely singer and special guest singers accompanied by gentlemen on mandolin and guitar. The restaurant itself was cozy and inviting with red linen tablecloths and candles that really set the mood. The service was paramount. Everyone enjoyed their meals. I had the fish soup to start with. My wife had bread which was served with a tray of olives, carrots, sharp cheese and sardine paste. People in the group ordered the lamb chops and mint sauce, fish kabobs, salmon steaks and a lovely steaming cataplana (fish or seafood casserole) for two served in a large copper pot. My wife and I enjoyed a delicious pitcher of white sangria (you may want to remove the cinnamon stick). We were all so full by then that no one ordered dessert so unfortunately I have no info about those. This is definitely a place to go if you are looking for a great evening of Portuguese food and entertainment.