Food and drink
Portuguese fare is served, often spiced up with Mozambican twists. Easy drinking wines (plenty of them red) team up well with the varied menu.
I always have the trinchado to start - it's cubes of panfried steak served in a spicy gravy served with a basket of bouncy Portuguese white bread to mop up the flavourful sauce. I'm a fan of the chicken livers too, served in a spiced tomato sauce and invariably someone at the table will have the seared steak espetado - a giant skewer of steak dripping with spicy sauce. The seafood is tasty, if a little on the oily side, and the Prego rolls are fabulous.
Laid back with no frills and friendly.
Most of the waiters have been here for years - they rule the roost and they know their stuff.
On the outskirts of the central business district.
Main courses are, on average, 80 rand.
- Backpackers / Students
- Stag / hen parties
- Live entertainment
- Chilling out