A quaint little restaurant that serves delicious Portuguese food. The appetizer was a flaming Chourico sausage. They set moonshine on fire to create a flame to keep the chourico hot, looks great and taste even better. I had Paella, rich was mozambique style, a little spicy, the dish contained had pork, shrimp, scallops, chourico,squid, little neck clams, crab and mussels, simply the best Paella I have had, had 2 meals out of it. My wife had the Baked Cod Gomes aka Bacalhau a Gomes, also great she loved it. Staff was very friendly!
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