A very large entrance lobby allows plenty of room for the bar, sushi counter, and reception area and adjacent to this is the separate smoking section which can be used for a more intimate function or family get together. With sunny yellow walls, tiled blue and white murals and the famous stained glass monks window, the Adega theme is clearly evident, yet owing to the extensive use of warm face brick the main dining area is rather characteristic of a large “eat in” cellar. Tucked around the corner is a very sheltered outside patio which has pleasant views overlooking the golf course.
Traditional fare such as the Bacalhau (cod fish), Caldo Verde (Portuguese green soup) and the Chicken Peri-Peri are popular choices on the menu particularly with the Portuguese community from the surrounding suburbs. Every Sunday there are speciliaties such as Suckling Pig and Feijoada (pork stewed with sugar beans, carrots and cabbage) which can be enjoyed together with a selection of Portuguese wines and brandies. Best sellers on the menu are definitely the Prawns, Monks Fillet and the Mussels in a creamy garlic sauce. For dessert the Grenadilla or Chocolate Mousse is highly recommended.