This cafe is on the harbourside at Faro which was a pleasant location to eat early one evening during our visit. However, the golden rule is always that anywhere attractive to tourists proves to not be as good value as somewhere more off the beaten track, and this proved the case. I had Pasteis Bacalhau and Viv a pizza and chips; with a bottle of wine this came to forty Euros. The wine was only vinho da casa but was priced at 16 Euros, making it the most expensive we had in our whole week in Faro, and it was also easily the worst, tasting rather like something bought from a supermarket at 1.50 a litre.
Service was a trifle slow and not in any way special.
This is a good place for a coffee or an ice cream, but there are many better places to eat in Faro.
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