Went to Komka based on other reviews. A little difficult to find but worth it. One downside was the staff did not speak English but we made do. Received a menu in English but didn't have prices so we asked for the Portuguese menu and worked it out. Having arrived at opening time of 1915 didn't know what to expect. Ordered the Polenta with cheese which was tasty. We also order a chicken and the BBQ pork, beef. We did not need the chicken (had it for lunch the next day) The BBQ was a 2 foot skewer with large chucks of meat, tomatoes and onions. Lots of food and enough to share which later patrons did. Did not try the recommended deserts. Staff was very accomodating Good value for quantity and quality
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