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Entering this plush venue graced with art-nouveau fixtures, huge chandeliers, and a wall of Andy Warhol Elvis reproductions transports one to an otherworldly realm. Spectacular shellfish and Portuguese spicing are the draws here. Though the lobster thermidor with black cherries is fabulous, the simple perfection of grilled langoustines basted with lemon-garlic or peri-peri (chili sauce) can't be beat. The scallops with spring-onion risotto are heavenly, and steaks are good too. Though open for lunch, do yourself a favor and come for dinner when a jazz band croons Sinatra-esque tunes, turning up the tempo for twirling couples as the evening progresses. Exceptional waiters complete this uniquely enjoyable experience.
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