My grilled seabream was absolutely fresh and fine, though others in my party were a bit disappointed by the way the sardines were cooked. Generally, this is a large restaurant which has a number of areas, including a glassed-in terrace, where we ate. It's a bit hot in the summer, though probably very nice in winter. Service seemed a bit slow, possibly because we were so far away from the kitchen! Place is a bit scruffy and rambling and needs a bit of sprucing up. I think it lives on its reputation as the place next to the fish market. As a recent reviewer said, the Adega do Peixe over the road is a lot better. Will try to review it soon.
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