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One of those restaurants where you eat have good meal and treated well by personal . I don’t eat aut very often (actually, I don’t like to eat in restaurants in Faro - they are all have almost the same menu), but when I go...More
Yesterday I went with a friend to this French restaurant near the Marina in Faro. We had only cake and drinks. I had a "Paris Brest" and a glass of wine and my friend a coffee.
Everything was good but a little bit expensive but...More
French cuisine is one of the great foods in the world,saying this you always expect excellence from food and kindness from the hosts,le "savoir faire" est de rigueur.......A lovely evening makes the food taste better and the Scallop Carpaccio was divine,the duck Magret was not...More
We had about 2 hours in town, from the time of our arrival in Faro, on the train from Lisbon, and the departure of our bus to Seville. ( No trains from Faro to Seville )
We walked from the train station to the bus...More
Unfortunately this is one of the trends now in Faro itself. Restaurants are raising their prices for what amounts average food, all due to the influx of gullible tourists. This restaurant i ordered gaspacho soup which was okay but did not expect chunks of ice...More
We have been witha group of frient at P'tite Bistro Republique, having dinner.
Without any doubt, the best restaurant in Town. Excellent cusine with very fresh product and very kind and atencious service.
Found this wonderful restaurant on our way back to the airport at the end of our holiday. Had a super meal from a menu that steered away from 'traditional Portugese fayre' which was a nice change after a week of grilled fish. The staff and...More