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US$18 - US$30
Steakhouse, Pub, Portuguese
Lunch, Dinner

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5.0 km from Centro Historico de Cascais
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Reviewed March 13, 2020

Excellent food ( we had the tuna) and wonderful location. Tapas style or confort food, pick your choice. Beautiful location close to the beach, overlooking tennis courts, breezy and pleasant atmosphere. Good service.

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 15, 2020 via mobile

This is a truly hidden gym, we have been invited by local friends and we had great time. I've never tried the potato skins before, that was the start of the evening. Everything they do is excellent and delicious. A must try when in Cascais

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 25, 2020 via mobile

Always fun where you can get a wide range of eclectic and comfort foods. The oxtail is delicious as were the quail. Nice quaffed down with some nice rich wines.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed January 7, 2020 via mobile

We have been here several times and have had lunch most of the times. A lot of people and it seems to be popular. We had different tapas dishes. The potato skin was good. Some other tapas were ok but really nothing special.

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed December 8, 2019 via mobile

This restaurant is really hard to find but still you better book in advance or you may not find a table... It’s located in Areia, just next to Guincho camping site (the nearest town is Cascais which is well worth visiting). The restaurant is really...stylish with a super friendly, relaxed ambience. The food is deliriously good, the menu comprises tons of Portuguese “tapas” designed to be shared amongst guests and you can truly choose blindfolded, it’s that good. Desserts are absolutely fabulous so make sure you keep a little space for it ... Free parking on the premises. Definitely worth the detour.More

Date of visit: December 2019
Reviewed November 17, 2019

Since this restaurant opened, which was the third of the same owners, every time I arrive in Cascais is my first stop. It's a place of light, even in rainy days, which is very rare, with great views, close to my favourite beach. The fish...and seafood are always fresh, the meat is great (steak with black pepper is a must) and the starters fantastic being the "pimientos padrón" and the "goat cheese" my favourites. The clams ("amêijoas) are simply fantastic, and the wine list, at decent prices, will make you come back very soon. Book in advance, specially during weekends when is always full house.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 21, 2019

It's not the best sign posted restaurant and it also seems like a chain. Nevertheless, the food is great as is the value. It's off a dirt road to the north of Cascais and the bacalao was wonderful as were the grilled padrinos and the...dessert. And the price was much less expensive than a dinner for two back home in Prague as well! Additionally, we were told the place was fully booked at 8pm and we had just found the place at 715pm. Luckily, we told them we would eat quickly and they gave us a table and the service was quick and great and in the end, we didn't feel rushed at all.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 7, 2019

We found this place on google after the Orbitur Campsite restaurant next-door opened too late for our need. We went at 6pm and only the tapas / snack part of the menu was available unless we waited until 7pm. Bread and olives to start were...very tasty. We ordered Sirloin sandwich and an Octopus salad with sides of chips and potato skins. ALL of it was to die for!!! The waitress was so attentive especially with the 2 children, 6 yrs and 2 yrs. Then we had dessert. A very nice Creme brûlée , children had amazing ice cream and i had chocolate mousse which on its own was delightful. When tasted with the salt and olive oil drizzled on the top it took it to a whole other level of deliciousness. Do yourself a favour and go to this restaurant. We will deff go again when we return to Cascais soon!!More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 4, 2019 via mobile

First time visiting after a recommendation from a local couple. We arrived at 6.30pm - a bit too early as they do not start serving the main menu until 7pm but you can still get tapas/appetisers if you want. We chose to wait till 7...for the main menu and we weren’t disappointed :) The menu is very good for meat eaters, not so much if you are veggie. My partner is veggie and found there wasn’t much choice of mains so opted for a tapas dish and two side dishes. He has the goats cheese and aubergine roll tapas, plain rice and roasted sweet potatoes and tzatziki. I had the shrimp salad for €12 and a side of roasted sweet potatoes. All the food was delicious! And a great price! Came to €42.10 for 2 soft drinks, 1 pint of beer, 1 main, 1 tapas, 3 sides and a dessert :)More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed June 20, 2019 via mobile

We chose the restaurant to celebrate our daughters birthday with family and friends. We have been here many times for lunch or dinner so we all thought it was a safe bet and were looking forward to lunch. We reserved a table for 7 for...13:30 and the restaurant was starting to fill. It took ages to place our order and the starters were served after some delay, what should have been seen as an ominous sign. At 15:15 our main dishes had not been served and when questioned about the delay, the staff member said he would get back to us in a couple of minutes. During the next 15 minutes no staff member appeared to explain what was happening nor apologise. A public relations disaster. At 15:30 we left our table and the restaurant. The service was “no service”. A disaster.More

Date of visit: June 2019
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