Not friendly, pretended they didn't have ice nor ice water while they were serving it to tables populated by locals...
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We were there at the beginning of the lunch hours and were seated at one of three tables looking out on the street which I liked. The place is nicely decorated with red and white checked table cloths. Pictures of their offerings are located on...More
The team of Cozinha de Fátima is very pleased with your evaluation. Our motivation is to make our customers happy with our service. Thank you very much for the evaluation.
The place was nice and clean. People serving were very polite. The food that we had was also very good.
The Cozinha de Fátima team is very happy to have enjoyed our service and place. The satisfaction of our clients motivates our work. Thank you and always be welcome!
We just arrived in Fatima and as usual the kids were hungry and it was raining. found the restaurant on the main high-street. The local cheese with the bread and olives that was provided upon our arrival was a big help to calm the kids...More
Visited this restaurant after visiting Fatimá (which is very closely situated). Entering the restaurant, every table had a selection of starters already placed on the table. As we had no idea how long they had been there we decided to send them away, which every...More
Please be careful if you decide for eating fish. I have discovered something which looked like little worms inside the belly of my fish. We stopped eating immediately and asked for explanation. The waiters tried to explain, that they get their fish from the supplier...More
Service terrible. No space at tables. Friend asked for no ham on pizza... pizza came with no ham or olives! Friend was eating and he was asked to stand 6 times to let waiters go past. Was overcharged by 9 Euro... If we wouod have...More
Chose this restaurant over the place just below, but regretted it when got the dish. The soup was tasteless, the codfish in the second course very scarce. My husband chose pork and nad stomach problems after. Do gry another place.
The young guy (waiter) outside the restaurant luring customers in was "half" able to entice me to try the place because he can partly understand and speak English. A tourist couple passing by recommended it (they must have just ate there) and another tourist couple...More
When you go to Portugal everything on the table at the reaturants are a la carte, i.e. butter pats, bread, olives anything & everything has a separate charge.The Cozinha de Fatima the food was OK, the service POOR. My wife & I ordered the grilled...More