Very good traditional food allied to excellent service. Gets quite busy but has a large dining area and can cope with large groups. Very popular with locals.
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Good environment, very clean, good service Diverse menu with prices above average but adequate quality. Nice sea food
I visored this retauant with my husband and brother and sister in law, hoping for a special 'end of holiday ' meal. Of the four meals , two were reasonable if you like massive quantities. The other two meals, to be polite were unusual ....More
From all the reviews I was expecting something else, something more. Food was just good, no big plates, no amazing flavors...Service customer was awful, rude guys, no friendly at all. Expensive for the regular prices in Portugal.
This restaurant has been around for decades. I can remember coming here when I was young. Prices are not cheap by any Standard, but the quality is up to par. Ameijas were expensive at 19 euros, but they were excellent. Seems strange to me always...More
Four of us went to O Infante and there was lots of praise for some dishes (the swordfish and seafood rice) but less for others (salted cod bake and almond cake). Service was lovely and the restaurant itself is nice. The bread we had as...More
Friends who live here took us during our holiday! What a lovely treat! The servings are huge and the quality of the food exquisite with an extremely reasonable price tag! I had steak which came, cooked exactly as I like with a creamy rich, yet...More
My wife and I visited for our wedding anniversary dinner. The welcome was warm and the service was friendly. I had the monkfish gratin to start with, followed by one of the best fillet steaks that I have ever eaten, covered in a strong Roquefort...More
Visited this restaurant on a regular basis over many years. Always consistent food quality and the staff are very professional and welcoming. When very busy they just get on with it, serving customers. The tables are covered in white clothes as with napkins, touch of...More