Thanks HFO, but at that price, I think I'll have to see how much money I have left by Friday.
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You can ask for:
- Gambas à guilho
- Ameijoas à bulhão pato
with a white wine like João Pires or Dona Ermelinda... Huuum
Can you give me an idea what they are?
but in a sea food restaurant you can get "lost" easily, this was only a heads up...
Ameijoas a Guilho
Gambas a bulhão Pato
I'm looking forward to coming to your beautiful city, though the weather forecast isn't so good, but I'm sure we'll have a good time.
Don;t forget to vote at the film club.
My daughter and her boyfriend found these two were very enthusiastic to promote their seafood restaurant and even brought the ingredients out to pose for photos...
She tagged that day's collection as 'Cascais Beach' so I think that's where it must be.
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That lobster is about 120/130€...
I'd get the Ermelinda, you get way more for your money.
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This lot in Cascais were extremely honest about their establishment...
Just got back from Lisbon, had a great time, weather wasn't great, but it was warmer than England, and the people were so friendly and helpful.
Fantastic city, and I hope to go back for another trip when it's a bit warmer.
You need to se Lisbon with a sunny day, the intensity of the light is amazing!
did you went to any sea food restaurant?
We went to a restaurant in Cascais, which wasn't so great, and a few others in and around Lisbon. Maybe the best one was yesterday evening, a restaurant called Cervejaria Trindade in Chiado, which was nice inside, and the food was good.
We also had a very oily lunch at Casa do Alentejo, the most oily food I have ever eaten, in a nice, but strange building.
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