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2 minutes walk from our rental Santa Barbara, Quinta do Enxerim,The best coffee and bakery for breakfast or a ham and cheese toasty snack Friendly service
3 based on 15 reviews
O'Gradys 12 Bar is situated in the mountains, between Silves and Alcantarilha Gare, a hidden place were you are very welcome. The Tasmanan Seafood Chowder is a fantastic experience, the quality of the food is good and the prices are very reasonable. On Sunday's there is live-music and often also bbq. In wintertime, it is cozy inside at the open fire.
4 based on 53 reviews
Between the line is a great friendly culturally integrated bar restaurant with good English and Portuguese food and clients. Having lived in the Algarve for more than seven years now, it's quite refreshing to find a culturally integrated restaurant just a
I visited this lovely little place on a few occasions. Twice we had English breakfasts and once for frango piri piri. Always we were greeted with smiles and wonderful service, including rewards for my son's emerging Portuguese language skills! The food is fresh and fab, we will return.
4 based on 61 reviews
Great little place on the river front of Silves. Offers a little something different with a quirky relaxed ambience. Pleasant and friendly staff. Lovely toasties with home made bread. Reasonably priced. Be sure to drop in for lunch or drinks.
4 based on 31 reviews
This cafe is next to the castle in Silves, so it's popular with tourists after they have visited the castle.We were hot and tired, so stopping for freshly squeezed orange juice seemed like a good idea. The OJ was delightful!At â¬6.80 for two glasses, the price was not cheap (especially when you see how many oranges you can buy for â¬5), so you are definitely paying a premium as the cafe is for tourists. Still the OJ was very nice.Dear Sir, As you surely have noticed, our Bistro is door to door with one of the most important Medieval Monuments in the Southern Iberian Peninsula. Yes, itâs a touristic place, but for everyone; tourists are welcome, as anybody else. Our prices match our quality. We use bio oranges, that are freshly squeezed. The OJ are 350ml of 100% natural juice, no water, no sugar! Now, add the labor cost (my squeezing),Â electricity, my employee wage, rent, cleaning (water, products) and yes, our margin. This is a family business, not Starbucks or Nandoâsâ¦ If you had been taken by surprise, I could even understand your evaluation, but you asked me the price first, remember? And all the tables have menus with all prices on! So, your 3 stars evaluation itâs simply not fair, because you knew the prices before order, and like you said: the orange juice is delightful!Nevertheless, you are more than welcome to come back and try our amazing meals. You will find it a bargain, compared to the quality and love we present it each dish. Cheers :)
4 based on 124 reviews
There's a thriving ex-pat community on The Algarve and to celebrate our national poet's birthday, a Burn's Supper was held there. Not sure about the soup or the pudding, but the traditional haggis, neeps and tatties were fine. For a largish function the service was fine and the staff friendly. All went well until the dancing started....or rather due to a 'boggle' in the sound system....it didn't . All in all a very pleasant way to spend a Saturday night.
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