Check out this beach restaurant for amazing seafood & beautiful views, highly recommend the shrimps & a local Portuguese wine. You can follow it up with a stroll along the wooden walkway to the local nature reserve.
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The setting, right on a wonderful, unspoilt beach, says it all. The food was okay. I had prawn curry with rice: bland but unexceptionable (I added piripiri sauce); my wife had a hamburger and chips (hamburger pap a la BurgerKing - chips delicious) Prices were...More
Os Salgados is beautifully situated on a lovely beach with fabulous sunsets over the sea. The menu is simple and concentrates on the freshest fish grilled to perfection. Don't expect anything fancy or necessarily cheap! The wine list is extensive for such a small restaurant....More
This is without a doubt the most overpriced underwhelming food wise experience in Portugal we have had.... beach front stunning...i suspect this is why you pay for ..disgusting shrimp curry with 4 prawns...my husband got a frozen hamburger no bun egg on top...fair enough ..but...More
Beautiful beach setting and very popular for watching the sunset. We went there 3 times for drinks and each time the wait was longer than the one before. Our intention was to go there to eat but after the last visit we have decided that...More
We visited the restaurant as a family of 7 five times during our stay, mostly for lazy lunches but once for dinner too. The location is great and it is the only option with a fair walking distance. Always busy, so good idea to reserve....More
Lovely Hendricks watching an amazing sunset followed by the most enormous and scummy tiger pranws !!!
We ate here twice during our recent stay. The food is simply amazing!!! Highly recommended. We had steak, king prawns, red snapper and a seafood pasta. All were gorgeous.
We stayed in Salgados for the second time this year and we again visited Miguel's beach restaurant. Nor for once but several times during our stay mid September. Some of the remarks point to the expensive prices but that's not correct. Fresh fish is just...More