I went to this restaurant with friends for Dinner.
The restaurant is a fair size with very bright lighting - so probably not the best romantic setting which was irrelevant for my visit anyway. It was apparent that it was popular with expats.
The menu was written in english and french as well as portuguese. There was a good selection of seafood and meats as well as the house specialties which included cooking your own meat at the table on a hot stone. There were also some menu options for children.
The staff were very efficient and friendly which always adds to the ambience.
I chose the pork kebab with king prawns. As I was driving, I was pleased they had alcohol free beer which not all restaurants in the area offer. The meal was amply portioned and we were provided with finger bowls to clean up after wrestling with the prawns.
Although I didn't participate, there was also a reasonable selection of deserts from which to choose.
All in all, a very pleasant evening and I wouldn't hesitate to go there again.
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