Although quite some time ago, I have fond memories of this restaurant and enjoyes at least 4-6 meals there while residing in Luanda. The steak on the hot stone is a must. The meat is of excellent quality, very tender, not too lean/not too fat. They will tell you it is sourced in Namibe in the lush, green southern part of Angola where the cows are able to feed on green meadows - and I have no doubt that is true. Do not forget or don´t be bashful in asking your waiter for a new hot stone when the one you are cooking on is cooling down. Your meat really has to sizzle! This restaurant reminded me of restaurante Casa Paco in Madrid - not in terms of appearance or atmosphere, but in terms of quality of your steak that you cook yourself.
Recommended for informal business occasions and for family/friends gatherings.
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