Quite expensive for non traditional Portuguese food. We eat fish prepared with unidentified sauces and accompanied with no-tasty boiled vegetables. Only positive point, the welcome and the service. To avoid.
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You'll get food a plenty here and it's perfectly fine, just not something to write home about - the seasoning is a bit blaze. It's totally price worthy just not a place to go if you have a special evening planned. If you go here...More
We ended up going here twice for lunch - they serve excellent local soups, the passion-fruit pudding is the best dessert on the island, and the service is very friendly. It is located at the end of a pedestrian street so rather nice place to...More
The main fish or meat dishes were ok but the vegetables were uninteresting and cold. The menu choice of desserts were obviously bought in and straight from the freezer, so we chose not to bother. There are plenty of restaurants nearby so I think O...More
I got the urge for a simple lunch of squid, bread and salad. While not on the menu as a starter they kindly provided one standard garlic portion for me and Chefs special for my wife (piri sauce). Both spot on, crisp fresh salad and...More
A late night dinner with less choice, and O Jango was open. A curious theme, but reasonable food at reasonable prices ... simply an average restaurant in a city that can offer much, much more.
Finding vegetarian fare on an island is always a challenge. Came across O Jango by accident and am glad we stopped. Great vegetable crepe and garlic bread..highly recommend.
We found this restaurant by chance when the one we were heading for was full. Three old cottages merged into one restaurant with a rather quirky interior. The staff were very helpful and friendly and the food excellent. We went there three times during out...More