Curry dabel (RM13.50) was a very thick chicken and potatoes curry which had a salty tang to it. The paste was obviously made of grounded fresh herbs as opposed to curry powder.
The fried Japanese tofu here (RM8.00) teemed with prawn pieces.
Another hit was the sambal squid (RM15.00) which would have been even better with petai thrown in! Spicy, tangy, fresh.
The total bill for the 6 of us totalled RM95.00. Prices here are pretty reasonable, and for folks who like spicy and authentic Portuguese food, this is a good spot.