Traditional Portuguese restaurant something different The food was great the portions were of a good size and the bill was reasonable would definitely eat there again
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It's said that if your looking for good food, eat where the locals eat, and this place bears that out. On both occasions we ate here, we were the only Brits in attendance, save for once when two English girls were in. Excellent food and...More
Having enjoyed a half decent dining experience here last year we went back this month and were bitterly disappointed with the depressing atmosphere, lack of menu options available and the sullen waiting staff who were clearly wishing that they could find a job working somewhere...More
Went here with great expectations from ratings on TripAdvisor and was very disappointed. Low engagement of staff, uninterested in customers and food was not good at all. Sloppy made and presented on plate. Not at all worth your money, plenty of better places in Faro.
After 9days spent around Portugal eating very good food we ended our trip eating in this restaurant. The food was horrible!I ordered a "arroz de mariscos"rice with seafood. As a seaside town I expected fresh fish but it was just an overpriced rice with surimi...More
A restaurant in a quiet neighborhood, Adega Nova seems to cater to both locals and tourists. I ordered off the daily special menu which was written only in Portuguese. My five sardines came with a side salad and some potatoes. Not bad for 8.90€ though...More
I came here last year and couldn't fault it . As a result, I wanted to come back for my birthday and was sadly disappointed. We were seated upstairs where there was less of an atmosphere from the bustle downstairs but that was ok. We...More