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Amadeu's Restaurant

Posted by Staff / Listed on August 1, 2008 / review policy

Amadeu's Restaurant Amadeu's is a popular Portuguese restaurant in Kensington Market . They have a casual patio fronting Augusta and the park as well as a slightly more formal dining room inside. Best bets here are the seafood and the beer.



Joe / April 8, 2012 at 08:36 pm
Love to go to Kensington Market on the weekends and always end up at Amadeus for a pint of Stella on the patio in the summertime. The patio is great to just hang out and watch the action unfold in Kensington market. For lunch, they always have a couple of daily specials that never disappoint. On the regular menu, try the cod fish, grilled calamari or the steak "Portuguese style".
Cindy / July 26, 2012 at 10:56 pm
I went to Amadeu's tonight for dinner and had the pork Alentejana dish - it was the biggest waste of my money! The dish was $17 but the quality of the pork was probably worth $5 tops. The pork was overcooked and tough - it seemed like they literally boiled the pork and poured sauce on top. The pitcher of sangria we ordered was also watered-down and very pricey at $27 a litre. Service was mediocre as we did not get our food until 25 minutes later. I would not recommend getting that dish and quite honestly, I do not think this is a good enough Portuguese restaurant to make it to BlogTO's best list. This may be my one-off bad experience, but if any of you are considering going there, I would research a bit more before deciding to go.
Diana / December 6, 2012 at 01:46 pm
I love Amadeus Restaurant I usually have the steak Portuguese style medium well and The Pork Alentejana. The steak is so juicy and comes with around cut potatoes with a over easy egg on top.. I know is a lot of protein but I love it. The pork is prepared in scrumptious sauce and the clams top off the flavou. Th service is really good and they made me feel special. I f you to Kensington market I strongly recommend you to visit Amadeus. Priced affordable.
Esmenia Faustino / September 8, 2014 at 12:37 pm
Does anyone know what the ingredients are in the sauce they serve with the. "Beef a casa" or "Bitoque"? Its a brownish sauce served under the meat and fries.

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