Delicious dourada fish! It was grilled on open fire and tasted awesome.
At first it felt like maybe they don't want us in, and when we got the table, waiter was a bit rude. There was no menu in English so we needed to find our small food dictionary.
When we made our order waiter was acting better. My girlfriend tried her best to speak Portugese and I guess that melted the waiter's heart because the longer it went, the nicer the waiter was. Also there was not such a rush anymore after a noisy group of people disappeared. Also it was a last evening before a holiday so...
after all the waiter was one of the bests during our trip in Portugal!
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