4.5 based on 20 reviews
Had a meal in this restaurant and it was really good and waiter Mirro was really helpful would visit again.
4 based on 303 reviews
Packed with locals, very noisy and lively. - A great place to have a long lunch on a Sunday afternoon. A generous buffet of truly local starters, soups, mains, cheeses and desserts. Drinks (sangria, wine, beer, soft drinks, coffee etc.) are included it the price, to be ordered in the table..The food is buffet style, so no steaks etc.
The personnel is very efficient, friendly and helpful. The patron was very friendly, as well. A very positive experience, would not miss if staying in 30 minutes drive range.
4.5 based on 504 reviews
I really have no idea why this place has such great reviews. The service is awful. It takes for ever to get a table, you wait for ever to just get your drinks in and then order food. The fish was way to salty and the sides were crap. Whole thing was expensive. Wouldn't recommend it.
4.5 based on 571 reviews
Spent 12 days in Setùbal and went here for dinner 3 of them. We had no expectations the first night as it didn't look much from outside. I tried the Black Angus Steak and it was among the best meat I've had, after that we knew we had to come back for more and we were not dissapointed. The picture is of the Tomahawk, 45 days matured steak.
4 based on 300 reviews
We picked this restaurant, after some great feedback from our friends. It did NOT let us down! Here you can have “petiscos” (like tapas) or main courses. We chose the first. We ordered bread, sheep butter, “alheira” croquettes, goat cheese with pepper jam, alioli shrimp and scrambled eggs with “farinheira”. We had a great meal and were quite full! We didn’t ask for dessert, but we recommend everything we tried. The staff was all very friendly. The service is not fast, but since the concept is to eat slowly while talking at the table, this didn’t bother us. The place is cosy, decorated like a Portuguese tavern with a modern twist.
Escolhemos este restaurante para almoçar, por já termos ouvido boas críticas. Não nos desapontou! Aqui pode-se petiscar ou pedir pratos principais, sendo que escolhemos a primeira hipótese. Fizemos uma óptima refeição e ficámos bastante satisfeitos. Pedimos pão, manteiga de ovelha, croquetes de alheira, queijo de cabra com compota de pimento, camarão ao alhinho e ovos mexidos com farinheira. Recomendamos tudo! Não provámos nenhuma sobremesa. Os empregados foram todos muito simpáticos. Achamos o atendimento pouco rápido, mas não nos importámos, dado que era um restaurante para petiscar. O ambiente é aconchegante, com um estilo de uma taberna moderna.
4.5 based on 272 reviews
Located ina quit plave of Seubal, with good parking conditions, this a rather quit fish reaturant, clean, with a good service and for those who like with a very good choice of wine from Quinta do Alcube, a local wine groing farm with excelent wines.
4.5 based on 331 reviews
Had lunch here recently with my family during a brief visit to Setubal. We all shared a couple of servings of “choco frito” (fried cuttlefish, a local specialty) as an entrée, and it was good. I then had a fish and seafood rice, which was great. The others had various types of grilled fish, and everybody seemed happy. The service was very acceptable (especially considering that the place was full), and the prices were more or less within expectations.
4.5 based on 175 reviews
Anexo Pizzeria is a modern and cosy space,whith restaurant service, where you can enjoy pleasant moments of socializing while enjoying the pleasures os a good meal. We offer our costumers a variety of dishes from salads, pastas, pizzas and rissottos. The dishes that we made we combine quality service, for the satisfaction of our customers is our main goal.
The păos were awesome, just the flavour as describe in the menu. The pizza was good but nothing more special exempt the thin crust. For me it was too much cheese and not enough other ingredients.
service was quite poor... feel like un local even if we are.
4.5 based on 267 reviews
Eating in Portugal is a job for the adventurous and for the cognoscenti. It's all the more fun when you have someone local to show you around. Generally, there are restaurants for every price range. This review is about one of the 'Family restaurants' that are so popular in Portugal with the Portuguese. These are rarely frequented by tourists, which is a shame as they are an inexpensive and tasty way to try 'real' Portuguese cuisine.
Velho Cangalho is one such restaurant, and it lives in the luxury of having establihsed itself as one of the first such restaurants in the area.
However, despite the name, it has lost some of its appeal of late. having taken on board fruit served with meat idea as adopted from Brazilian cuisine, it hasn´t evolved in the slightest in the last 15 years. And, whilst it is relatively inexpensive, the food has simply been overtaken, and, more often than not, the steaks are gristly and lacking in flavour.
I have eaten at Cangalho (both the Old (velho) and the new (novo) restaurants) and the quality is the same.
A 'bitoque' (pronounced bee-tok) is a traditional lunchtime meal: pork steak with chips, salad fried egg, and rice will set you back around EUR7-8. Their 'Terra e Mar' (Sea and Land) platter costs in the region of EUR23 and serves 2.
If you are not bothered by general blandness, you might actually enjoy the food, but why pay more when there are no less than 4 other restaurants within 4km that serve the same basic stuff and charge around 2-3 EUR less?
Again, I have nothing against the restaurant staff or the location (easy to find, easy to park, halfway between Palmela/Setubal and within easy reach of Lisbon and Freeport shopping outlet), it's just the food has really suffered of late from, how shall I put it? Lack of inspiration?
4.5 based on 166 reviews
Taifa is not a Cafe. Taifa is not a Restaurant. Taifa is not a bar. Taifa is all the above, and much more...
Firstly is the only place in Setúbal with some good Thai food...
The tom yam soup is just yummy.
The staff is friendly and fun.
The place is a mixed of ages .. way of dressing...all sorts of music...from jazz to R&B..and some days they have live music.
So if you are in Setubal is a must.
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