Sauteed mushroom and egg with garlic.
Cod and potato croquette.
Coriander and Parmigiano cheese salad.
Bacalhau and potato cream gratin.
Pickerel and vegetables Escabeche.
Clam and sauteed pork loin meat, Alentejo style.
Vegetables in Cocotte.
Freshly baked cheese bread – Pão de queijo.
Duck rice cooked from duck bouillon.
Seafood Cataplana(crab, clam, squid, prawn, octopus). Tomato soup based.
Risotto is added into the leftover soup.
Herb tea. Pudding.
Portugese egg tart. Chocolate mousse.
I was not too excited at first about dining in a Portugese restaurant cos the very few times I had Portugese food, they were not very memorable experience. But this place turned out to be much much better than I expected. The food is simple but very delicious. Heavy use of garlic and coriander in almost all the dishes. Cod seems to be a common ingredient. I absolutely love the “fluffy” croquette and duck rice. The pork is a bit hard but the clam and the tomato sauce are very tasty. The Cataplana is a must try. The risotto is slightly salty but very good still. The desserts are not bad but nothing special. 6 of us shared all the food and we had about 2 drinks each(champagne and wine included), came to about 4000yen each – such good value!!