Great menu, great staff, great music, great view reasonable prices. We had a wonderful time. Had grilled garlic shrimp, tradional desert.
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Everything about this restaurant was average. Food, service, attention. We ordered the sole fillet for 2 people, it was overcooked. The nibbles brought out when we sat down were Ok but they obviously charged for these, 3 Euro, in addition some very nice cheese (best...More
We were recommended this restaurant from our hotel concierge, HF Ipanema Park. We were expecting high standards, but were disappointed on our find. We were given stale bread and olives and cheese for the table, then we served below standard kale soup which tasted gloopy...More
Got here late on our first evening at the riverside as our chosen T.A. reviewed restaurants were either closed or too full to accommodate us. A happy accident! I had gon ahead to see if a table for 4 adults and our grandson was possible....More
Situated on the river front or "Ribeira" of Porto, this restaurant offers delicious local dishes. The fish and seafood dishes are fresh and economically priced.
Four or us went upstairs and had a superb meal with help in selection from our waiter. The food was both good value and well presented. We had a guitarist / singer who really created a great atmosphere for the multi various international clientele
I'm not exaggerating when I say that eating at this restaurant was the single worst dining experience of my entire life. Let's start with the food. When we sat down at our table, the waiter brought us bread, crackers and various add-ons. We know this...More
During a recent short break, we visited this riverside restaurant twice, once at lunchtime and once in the evening. On our afternoon visit we both selected a local dish which the waiter explained was cod fish in mashed potato, cream and cheese. The dish looked...More
The atmosphere was OK, and that's the best thing I can say. I had the white asparagus starter, and it came from a can. The olives were not edible. Like most tourist traps in Porto, they immediately brought bread, olives, and some kind of "pate"...More