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This was our first time at restaurant and it was lovely. A cute little place with excellent food and dessert! The service was good and the seating was comfortable. The chairs are small bar stools but they work for me. I strongly recommend this to...anyone.More
Indeed it serves typical tasca food...some days better than others but the worst part is it has very snobby guests..the Cascais scum type of guests. Its unfortunate when you encounter people like that in this special Village but unfortunately it is the majority of the...Portuguese locals are like this. The place also has very uncomfortable stools so after a while your back becomes soar from sitting. Also no outside light comes in the restaurant.More
Amazing tradicional Portuguese restaurant/grill. Family runned, 3 generations working toghether.
Simple and fresh, everything tastes real and honest, huge porcions of grilled goodnes. Everything made from the scratch. And the bread!!! IIt s worth to go just for the bread... The real deal... Cant wait...to go back...
Ps- way to cheap (4 people, to much food, €63... )More
Had the soup of the day (green bean soup), fish fillet with tomato rice and cheesecake+lemon cake. All this with the white wine of the house. Everything was fine, the service was especially friendly. Would definitelt recommend if you are looking for good value for...your money.More
This restaurant is situated in Areia. They serve Portuguese food which is well cooked with generous portions. The owner has his own pace, so dont be in a hurry, but his kindness makes up for it. Well patronized by locals. I have visited several times...with friends and family and all dishes have been excellent and the bill is always a pleasant bonus.More
If you really want to feel you have experienced old Portugal, old habits then O Biscoito is a must. The food is quite tasty, cheap, the ambience is cool and old style not to mention its right in the middle of a typical old style...village with the small church on the side (ignore the new houses on the fringes just a human thing i.e. if we are not building we are not living :)) Rare place so close to the Atlantic Coast where you can still get Grilled Fish on or shell fish on the cheap, small or large steaks, tomato rice and Mummys old style chunky chips and this coming from an Organic Vegan. P.S. you will not believe the price of a nice cold beer, the wine and don't forget to indulge in a home made chocolate mouse .More