4 based on 13 reviews
We ate twice at Petiska Aki during our recent visit to Faial. The owner was welcoming and readily accommodated our preferences. Everything seemed made to order and was delicious. House wines available by glass were surprisingly good and inexpensive. We met same locals on both our visits and were greeted like old friends.
3 based on 67 reviews
After wandering up and down, we decided if this was packed with locals, it must be the place to go to. Just had warm beef sandwiches and half bottle vinho verde but it was good and cheap.
I went in to try the Portuguese nafta custard tart. There was one left which I had and I also spotted another interesting looking cake. I donât know the name but it was an island speciality made from honey and lemons, it was very sweet but so tasty. My friend had a savoury pastry which was. good. The lady was very obliging although she spoke very little English but she allowed us to take a china cup of coffee to a nearby bench outside and bring it back.later. Also very reasonably priced.
4 based on 34 reviews
We had a couple of savoury snacks followed by apple pie - very good. Only complaint was the cappuccino was from a packet but the food made up for it.
4 based on 60 reviews
Friendly Cafe with great views of Porto Pim Bay. Offering coffee, tea, soft drinks, beer and spirits. Selection of food, salad, quiche, sandwiches, cakes, Rissois. Seating indoors or on terrace.
It can be very hot in the Azores, even in September when we were there. Before deciding to have a snack lunch here we rejected a number of other cafÃ©s as it was impossible to sit outside, which we wanted to do, in the shade. Here we were lucky in that we found a table outside which met our requirements.We didn't want gourmet food and weren't expecting it, but what we had was fine. The English of the member of staff who served us was exceptionally good. We spent some time there chatting to other British visitors and never felt under any pressure to leave. Even without the chat, the view is splendid and worth the visit for that alone.
4 based on 1414 reviews
After waiting more than an hour the stake was not possible to bite (with so many nerves), so it went back. Even with the meal going back to the kitchen (and not replaced because the cliente could not wait one more hour) it was charged and after the complain of the client of being charged the employee told that could not do any thing and that would have to talk with the boss that was 3 blocks ways.The worst meal experience in the last 5 years.
4 based on 284 reviews
CASA: slow food coffee bar tea house Opened in 2008 in the city of Horta, in the Azores, CASA is a unique place in Faial Island due to the singularity of space and architecture, as well as the composition of its menu. CASA is a place to come, to be and to
I was there for lunch with my two girlfriends Carey and Cecilia and had a wonderful moment under the canopy ... vegetarian lasagna and delicious red wine was our treat today! The hosts were absolutely dedicated and pleasant so I highly recommend it as per my friend Terry Costa...
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