Mozambik Linksfield

“Great restaurant with food in the Portuguese theme.”

The restaurant is one of the now familiar Mo-Zam-Bik group of restaurants.

The restaurant itself is enormous, including inside and outside tables.

Food is good with the chicken peri-peri being their specialty.

Unless you are used to ‘crying hysterically’ hot chilli, don’t ask for extra hot.

You must book over weekends if you want to get in.

Date of visit: July 2014

Value – 4/5
Atmosphere – 4/5
Service – 4/5
Food – 4/5

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“Great Portuguese Restaurant.”

I have reviewed this restaurant before, and it remains really good.

They specialise in the typical Portuguese meat dishes, chicken peri-peri, Espetada, trinchado as well as prawns.

Just be careful, their ‘very hot’ peri- peri is really, really crazily hot.

Just a warning. B-)

The service overall is good, however here I must mention our waiter (sorry I hate the term waitron, it’s simply absurd) Dudu. She was simply unbelievable.

To the extent that when there was a slight problem with the chicken liver starter she noticed it even before I did, and immediately came over to the table and sorted it out.

Throughout the dinner she was always there to help, without being intrusive.

She is without a doubt a great asset to Mo-Zam-Bik Linksfield.

Date of visit: December 2016

Value – 4/5
Service – 5/5
Food – 4/5

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