poco partido 1st visit

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poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Wed Jun 13, 2012 11:10 pm

i went to the poco partido tonight for the 1st time after reading on here that it was decent food&good value.well i can reiterate that !! 2 meals ,bread with pate,cheese&chourito sausage peices, sirloin steak with fries&garlic lamb chops with mixed veg,1 pint of lager,1 large bottle of sparkling water&2 coffees to finish with total bill was 38 euros good value i think.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by djprescott » Thu Jun 14, 2012 12:34 pm

That's very good value - haven't eaten there for quite a while, must try it again.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 12:08 am

i would defo give it a try !

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by Bruce Wallis » Fri Jun 15, 2012 7:11 pm

I think this place is owned by the guy that used to run A Gale.

We tried it, but whilst the food wasnt bad, the place was virtually empty, and totally lacked atmosphere.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Sat Jun 16, 2012 11:13 am

it is the same guy that used to run a gale,it was a bit empty when we went but it didnt affect the food!i take the point of lack of atmosphere but we went to la bella vita at club atlantico last night&there were only 10 people in there but the food was still superb.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by ncook » Fri Jul 27, 2012 11:12 am

We go here a couple of times every holiday. Love it!

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by pointersister » Sat Jul 28, 2012 11:27 am

Directions please?

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Fri Aug 03, 2012 10:22 pm

2nd visit tonight.me&my other half both had the grilled tiger prawns in garlick&piri piri which consisted of 4 large tiger prawns each, with a plate of veg&a plate of chips,the prawns were very nice indeed.the total bill for both meals,the usual bread,pate etc&i small bottle mateus rose&a large bottle of sparkling water was 47 euros.the service was also very quick &there were quite a few customers in.thats what i call great value for money!

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Tue Aug 07, 2012 12:08 am

3 rd visit tonite !when we were there a couple of days ago we saw a customer having chateau brioch (not sure of the spelling)&it looked nice so we went down tonite&tried it&it was excellent! 34 euros for 2 people&cooked anyway you want.really good value&this is now on our "must visit"list along with "la bellavita"which is where we were last night.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:31 am

4th visit for the must have tiger prawns with a garlick sauce & again it was excellent.we will be going to this place every time we visit as the tiger prawns at €17 to me seem fantastic value ,4 big tiger prawns with salad or chips for me is good as i have paid more than that for 3 tiger prawns.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by djprescott » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:58 am

Coming over later in September so might give it a try. Better be good Alf!! :wink:

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by ncook » Mon Sep 03, 2012 12:06 pm

We're over late September too and Poço Partido is on our list of definites to visit.

The bloke still recognises us from when we used to go to A Galé and we always get great service.

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 2:31 pm

djprescott wrote:Coming over later in September so might give it a try. Better be good Alf!! :wink:
if you like tiger prawns your in for a treat!! or steak or chateaubriand or the steak !!

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Re: poco partido 1st visit

Post by alf1956 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 2:33 pm

ncook wrote:We're over late September too and Poço Partido is on our list of definites to visit.

The bloke still recognises us from when we used to go to A Galé and we always get great service.
both antonio & the lady who does the serving are very welcoming .

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