We happened on this restaurant in a quiet lane in old Taipa by chance when we found our long time favourite, O'Manel's, was closed. The dining room although rather small was comfortable and inviting with traditional decor. The menu had an extensive range of traditional and some not so traditional macanese/portugese dishes. The service was impecable and staff very friendly. The chorizo and sardines were superb, accompanied by a very fresh crunchy side salad, but the African chicken and chocolate mousse disappointed. The house red was excellent as were the very generous glasses of the portugese equivalent to Grappa which followed.
From what we saw of other dishes served around us there are some great meals to try on the next occasion we go to Macau, especially the seafood. We will certainly return here and would recommend this as an excellent, if rather high priced, place to dine out.
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