This is the ideal venue to share with good friends. It always has a good vibe, and maybe not the place for a quiet romantic evening. The menu has a wide range of authentic Portuguese/Angolan dishes - a remember to ask for the "Gindungo" - a fiery home-made chili condiment. My personal favorite is the seafood rice or seafood pasta - but be warned, it comes in decent portion sizes. Another favorite is the tripe in a tomato sauce, or the spice chicken livers or gizzards. Beef or seafood espetadas are also good, and the selection of fresh prawns (ask the waitress to show the different sizes before ordering).
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