08 Feb 2014
I came here with friends one Saturday night. The three main course dishes were Ameijoas ‘a Portugalia (clams in white wine, onion, garlic and capsicum). At about $36 the dish wasn’t cheap but it was really tasty and well portioned. The second dish was Bacalhau ‘a Bras (salted codfish scrambled with egg, potatoes, and onion topped with olives). Again, the $28 isn’t cheap, but it was really beautiful to eat and nicely portioned. The third and final dish was Frango de Churrasco (Charcoal Chicken marinated and barbecued, over the open charcoal fire with Piri-Piri. Yum, yum.
We sipped our way through a bottle of white we brought along which attracted a small charge. All the food was really delicious although at about $100 it was fairly pricey (although my generous friend shouted the meal). Still, eating in Sydney is expensive and restaurants have large overheads. The service was helpful without being overbearing. I would like to come here again.