I loved our dinner here! Was super delicious and great atmosphere! Highly recommended! Try the boiled octopus as a starter! Hidden gem this place is!
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Go through the door and go straight up the stairs to the seating area as downstairs is more of a fast food service. Friendly staff, tasty vegetable soup, great chicken with or without piri piri sauce. Wide range of deserts. Had three courses with wine...More
This is a local place. Good food, not a fancy atmosphere and good prices. I had the chicken and it was delicious. We had a bit of a language barrier with the waiters but still managed to get our questions answered. If you want authentic...More
We visited one February lunch time on a Friday about 1300, it was super busy, the restaurant is up the stairs.. it’s not obvious just by looking in it looks like bunch of elder men eating around a bar! Food portions were large so make...More
If you are looking for a fancy place to eat, do not go there. If you want however to taste a real. local food, surrounded by local (and very friendly) people - this is the MUST!!!! I had the best cod fish in my life....More
Great place to have lunch or dinner with friends. It's cheap, has good food but don't expect anything romantic. Place where the locals go.
Really nice place in a very good location. Inexpensive and excellent food. There are two restaurants , named 1 and 2 , and they are opposite one another . There is no outside seating here, and we would recommend that you arrive before 730 pm...More
A good old-fashioned chicken place. Queues at the door for take-away and a bustling atmosphere on all 3 floors. As I said, it was busy but the waiters were very attentive. A dish of "moelas" (chicken gizzards in sauce - if you haven't, try them!)...More
We wanted to try chicken piri piri, and TripAdvisor came up with this place. What a find. Good quality food at an unbelievable price. Chicken piri piri (x2), a side salad, two desserts, and a bottle of the house vinho verdi and we still had...More