Still on my 2007 retro tour of Sal in the Cape Verde islands, we have found that cooking back at our self catering accomodation is limited by the difficulties of obtaining the ingredients in the quantities we want and the cooking space and equipment available.
Eating out is not terribly expensive so we decide to head to the resautant that’s not too far from the pier, on the beachfront for dinner.
We had been here earlier in the day, for lunch and returned in the evening becuase we had been impressed. I’ve got a combination of our lunchtime and evening menu photos here.
Kiwi’s Best Friend had lobster for lunch, she scored it high on the yummy scale, and had a deep fried cheese appy to go wiith it, the verdict on the cheesy thing was ” looked divine, taste somewhat lacking”
Kiwi’s Best Friend had sampled some of my lunchtime tuna and loved it so ordered the tuna for dinner … I tried some too… it was good but was not nearly as good my lunch plate…. Different chef perhaps?
Wanting a change from tuna I opted for the grilled fish for dinner and it was quite tasty actually, especially compared to some of the others.. ton of tiny bones made it a hassle though…
Himself couldn’t resist the lure of reasonably priced mega fresh lobster… we hardly got a word out of him becuase he was constantly busy eating with a look of bliss on his face.
Ordering the bread here was the best and worst thing I have probably ever done in my life. It was beyond divine. It’s arguably the best combination of garlic and bread I have ever eaten, the garlic was intense but not with that “raw” kind of taste you sometimes get when you have a mega heap of garlic…
I want all garlic bread to be like this.. forever and ever. This one has probably ruined me becuase few will ever measure up to this again in my lifetime. (sigh) I wrote this note when we were on Sal and sadly no garlic bread I have had since has been as good.
This bread has ruined me for life… I have this bread in mind each and every time I make my own garlic butter concoctions to go on bread… I keep trying, but in all honesty, I haven’t even gotten close.
Oh well, everyone needs a Life Challenge, “To attempt to match this garlic bread perfection“… (happy sigh) …someone’s gotta do it.