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4.5 based on 784 reviews
"The perfect combination between Nature and Gastronomy" We are a typical Portuguese Restaurant, specialized in fresh fish and seafood. Our history started in 1983 as a small hut on the beach and we have grown step by step to become the house as you know it today. Our growth is due essentially to the allegiance of our clients who have always been here with us, through all this years, helping improving our quality with their welcome suggestions and opinions.<br><br>Closed for winter holidays from December to February.
The food and location were both stunning. The service was out of this world and the birthday singing to the beat of a drum blew my mind. It also took my wife by surprise, which was the main idea. One word of warning. If you're going to get the rice with sea food, get it between 2 people. It was an enormous portion.
4 based on 758 reviews
This restaurant has been around for decades. I can remember coming here when I was young.
Prices are not cheap by any Standard, but the quality is up to par. Ameijas were expensive at 19 euros, but they were excellent. Seems strange to me always how prices differ on both sides of the border (Spain + Portugal) depending on local tastes and demand.
I wasn't in the mood for any heavy Seafood dish being alone this time, so I settled for the grilled chicken: Perfection!
Service is professional, efficient but in Portugal, at least in the Algarve, doesn't always come with a smile.
4 based on 362 reviews
Can see there are a couple of lower rated reviews more recently and I think here it often depends what is most important to you. This was our favourite restaurant in monte gordo within walking distance of our hotel (Alcazar hotel & spa).
I would not say the food was 5 out of 5 as it was nice, good even but not special with a fairly limited menu. I really enjoyed both the shrimp curry and the monkfish rice. There were not many nice desserts I found in most of the restaurants but I loved the creme brûlée which was a little more nutmeg flavoured than the usual plain kind - was lovely
Good wine selection with a range of prices - we went for a 16 euro bottle of red (can't recall name, had a cockerel or similar on it) and was really nice.
For me the reason for 5 was because the ambience of a place is important especially if wanted a more sit down leisurely meal and this place was great - especially inside with lovely decor and a Mediterranean style shabby chic I guess. Most other places were more cafe style, plastic Seating, bland.
Only thing not so keen was a 'lobster' starter which from the cheap price wasn't expecting much but pretty sure this was actually crab sticks in a Marie Rose sauce with pineapple added. Pic in white heart dish below - wasn't nice.
Went here several times in our week long stay and would go again
4.5 based on 149 reviews
Dined here with 2 friends twice on a four day visit to Monte Gordo. We had the garlic bread to start to share which was delicious. We were then treated to complimentary popadoms and condiments. Next up was the main courses we had a selection of vindaloo, chicken balti and chicken tikka with onion rice and pilau rice (2 portions of rice was more than enough for 3 people.) All three curries were delicious. We returned again and ordered the same meal on a different evening, including a bottle of wine it came to £46 euros excellent value for money. Highly recommend.
4 based on 291 reviews
Went here firstly for drinks, very friendly staff.
Decided to go for a meal in the evening as it was not far from our villa which we were renting.
We all enjoyed the sun set.
Food was good although my husband had battered cod which was not so nice.
A bit pricey.
Would not go there again
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Came for dinner, arrived early so had a choice of table, even if several were booked. The restaurant filled quickly and it was clear why: food is great! We had a very nice grilled robalo (sea bass), very fresh, clearly open ocean type. My daughter had a delicious bacalhau com natas. The recommended wine was also very good for an affordable price. The place was packed, so come early or book in advance. We will return.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
For me it takes a lot to compete with an Indian restaurant in England but here you go we found the winner. The food without doubt is exceptional but what exceeds this is the unconditional friendliness of the staff in particular Thakur who I assume is the owner. His hospitality is second to none as well as the lovely waitress who works there too. So this is our third and regretfully last visit as it's our last night of the honeymoon. However we would visit Monte Gordo again and this restaurant will be on our top list of places to eat. Thanks Thakur, here's raising a glass of Port to you from Mr Stephen and Lady Carole with an E. x
Ps try the garlic naan
4.5 based on 250 reviews
Like most Portuguese restaurants it's not much from the outside but don't be put off, its stunning!
A warm welcome and true to arriving early the choice of several tables. The usual bread, cheese and olives for starters which were fine with a. Large glass of sangria and a beer. We had come however for the steak on the stone and we were not disappointed.
A sizzling stone in a wood surround with a huge slab of the tenderest steak and four pots of dips on the side. A separate plate of chips accompanied the meal.
Each piece was delicious and was cooked to your own requirements.
The grilled chicken was good too!
Pudim Flan for dessert, although there wasn't much room left.
Staff and service were both good and helpful.
We worth a visit if you like meat.
4 based on 185 reviews
Its on the main street through the village to the sea. Not sure what that road is called
The restaurant is small and triangular in shape hence the bow of a ship, so tables are quite close together but a cosy and friendly atmosphere.
Service friendly if a little slow, but food very tasty and good value. I had sardines, potatoes and salad for €9.50.
Can get busy, especially in the summer but would go there again
4.5 based on 139 reviews
This restaurant is Popular with Portuguese and tourists. They speak English and perhaps more languages. The boss is Antonio nicknamed "To" and he explains the menu well. Traditional dishes like black-pig cheeks are yummy, tender and unforgettable. Tuna belly is also amazing . Black pig is the best and "To" has a list of recipes of the different cuts. The fact that I don't like bones is the reason I'm unable to give a recommendation other than the Tuna.
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