We went for lunch, and while the table was very small for 3 people, the food and service were very very good. I didn't know the theme of the place was Portuguese (my favorite foreign language), but that was the innate charm of both the servers and the decor. Our order came with these fancy very thinly sliced fried plantain chips. Very good, and fun to eat. I only had a club sandwich, but it was fairly good, and my 2 friends also liked their burgers. Unfortunately, a friend and I went back for breakfast the next day, and while most of our food was good. My pancakes could have been used for spackling. The cook is very very good, but he does not know how to make pancakes. His batter was very very heavy and cakey thick, there was no bounce to them, and the flavor was very floury. I don't know, maybe that's how they make pancakes in Portugal or Brazil? But I like mine light and fluffy. I sent them back, and told the waitress, she apologized and said the Cook was more knowledgeable for lunch and dinner, and NOT their usual breakfast person. Like I said this is the ONLY problem I had with them, I love the feel of this place, the staff is so nice, and the food I had other than the pancakes was excellent. I would go back and recommend this place to anyone.