If you want good food and drink, a homey atmosphere without pretense, and prompt service and are staying or working in the area, Josephine won’t let you down. That said, I would not go out of my way to eat there. My wife’s Angel Hair with Fruits de Mar was on the small side, but its mussels, calamari, shrimp, and octopus were cooked just right in a light, slightly garlicky sauce. I ordered “Josephine’s Beef Stew”, figuring if it was named for the restaurant, it should be good. And it was. With plenty of very small cubes of slightly chewy, but good beef and vegetable bits, the stew came garnished with a fried egg, crispy fried banana, rice, and manioc powder with some ham or bacon in it. Altogether, the dish had a fine winey flavor that went perfectly with my glass of Carmenere.
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