Busy with both locals and tourists and a short wait for a table but worth it. Excellent Portuguese food.
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This place is in a good central location not far from the train station. The wait staff was very friendly and helpful with the menu. The food was good overall - the shrimp and fish were both very good! The squid skewers were okay -...More
We went to have a late dinner at pinoquio. The place is always busy but the quality of the offers are not impacted. We had some seafood ( shrinks ) directly boiled-still hot with salt, and prego-a traditional way to cook beef. The fried potatoes...More
Hotel Concierge recommended this place. Our first positive sign was that the waiter showed us the fish (Grouper) for our approval before it was grilled -- it looked fresh and tasted that way once perfectly grilled. Seafood stew was also good with perfectly cooked seafood....More
Our tour guide recommended Pinoquio for lunch, and since it was near the last stop on our tour, we decided to try it. There was an inviting covered patio, but since the temperature was near 100 F, we chose air conditioned comfort inside. Our server...More
The seafood was outstanding, had cod and a seafood with rice stew. Nice and casual atmosphere and the service was very good.
Dropped in here for lunch one afternoon on our first day as it looked busy with locals. What a great find! Service was excellent, chilled local dry white wine was impressive and food was delicious. Freshly made chips (crisps in Britain, Leys elsewhere) were great...More
Loved pork with clams - this is a traditional Portuguese dish. Also had seafood with rice - good. Affordable wine. Good prompt service.