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Sagres, MA report from SF Hound

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Sagres, MA report from SF Hound

hhc | May 26, 2008 10:57 PM

If you want to try Portuguese food you must try Sagres. Many people on Chowhound New England board knows Sagres and recommend it and now I can tell you it's worth going.

After Battleship Cove and hanging around Fall River we went to Sagres for dinner.

FREE Portuguese bread that are huge round things that are served cold, good for eating w/ sauce. Comes w/ generic soft butter.

We ordered:
Caldo Verde soup -small cup full of greens & potatoes -tasty.
mocambique shrimp -under appetizers, good to share for 3-4 ppl. Tasty sauce & shrimp.
Portugese style steak and egg (friend liked ok)
Pork and Littleneck clams -lots of chunks of pork, lots of cubed potatoes, not enough Littlenecks - only about 5. Good sauce & full of garlic.
Portuguese flan - tasted fine. $4.5

Huge portions, everyone liked their dish. Credit cards taken. Woman toilet/sink up in higher dining area. Men in lower dining area.

Doors: Seem to have door #177 & 181 for entrances.

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Sagres Restaurant
177 Columbia St, Fall River, MA 02721

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