It is, without a shadow of doubt, the best restaurant I've been in Luanda.
As soon as you enter, simply the seafood scent it's addictive.
Do you see that Octopus Salad? That was my appetizer. Do you want to know what else I had?
But hey, I was celebrating 12 years of marriage, so an exception was required, and well deserved too.
So, how was that Octopus Salad?
Even if it didn't had exactly the same seasoning as I'm used to have it in Portugal, I have to say: It was pretty damn good.
And that is the beauty of the difference:
I already had Octopus Salad in at least 4 different countries (Portugal, Angola, France and Spain), with 4 totally different ways to do it and do you know which one was my favourite?
ALL of them!!!
Yep... beauty in the difference! If you live by that motto, you'll enjoy much more in life.
But hey, let's get back to food... lol... that's why you read my blog, right?
King Crab, Lavagante (a type of Lobster) and Percebes (Goose Barnacles).
It was a meal to remember... one of those we will be telling our grandsons about... Especially the King Crab. It was not the first time I had it, but it's always a feast when I do.
The morning after...
But I still want to share with you a couple of photos of my breakfast on the Luanda Epic Sana Hotel.
From the simple eggs to the delicious deserts, everything was brilliant. Even the Baguette had the level of the best I used to eat in France.
How much??? Was it worth it??
Well, to answer both questions, I would never spent that much money in a night if I wasn't in Angola and if it wasn't such a special night for us. It's not every day that you do 12 years of Marriage.
But it's Luanda. And in Luanda quality like this is hard to find and it's expensive.