To escape from the often heavy Portuguese cuisine, you may want to drop into this chic rendezvous that specializes in much lighter fare.
The chandeliers, the mirrors and the pearls provide the place with a luxurious and cosmopolitan ambiance. The daylight which comes from the huge windows reflects the golden beams.
Light luncheon fare is featured, even snacks, though you can also drop in for a full-service dinner. The list of starters is one of the most varied and tastiest in the area, ranging from octopus carpaccio with sweet peppers to game sausage with a quail egg.
The chef also specializes in Caesar salads, including one with grilled scallops. Try the stone bass filet on the grill or medallions of veal with fresh morels and white truffles, finishing with such desserts as cheesecake with guava jelly.
If you have plenty of time, come and have dinner with us and choose among the courses OA Restaurant’s menu offers you.
Food Author International
Dress Code Smart Casual
Open For lunch and dinner. Closes on Saturdays for lunch and Sundays