Founded in 1870 as a private military club, the pink-and-white structure was restored in 1995 and reopened as a restaurant.
With advance reservation booking and a dress code of smart semi formal wear, experience an insight into old colonial Portuguese life and enjoy the ambience.
Although the club itself is for members only, the dining room is available to the public for lunch and dinner after 2pm. Make sure to try their authentic “Bacalhau” dish, African Chicken, Arroz de Marisco and top it off with a fine glass of wine from the Club’s extensive wine list. Don’t forget to leave room for dessert—the options include Portuguese sweet rice pudding with mango, warm chestnut tart, and coconut ice cream with caramelized pineapple!