Reviews on European food in New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States. New Bedford is a city in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. As of the 2010 census, the city had a total population of 95,072, making it the sixth-largest city in Massachusetts. New Bedford is nicknamed "The Whaling City" because during the 19th century, the city was one of the most important, if not the most important, whaling ports in the world, along with Nantucket, Massachusetts and New London, Connecticut. The city, along with Fall River and Taunton, make up the three largest cities in the South Coast region of Massachusetts.
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4 based on 11 reviews
We have a full line of all seafood,fried or baked, we have sirloin steaks, carne de Espeto, Chicken and pork dishes, pasta and pizza's along with children's dishes.
You can sit at the bar or you can sit in the dining area, that has little division from the bar so it may get a bit loud. The owner is very pleasant. Food is fantastic with fresh seafood from the waterfront. They also specialize in Portugese Cusine. Very clean.
4 based on 25 reviews
This restaurant is a hole-in-the wall restaurant on the very busy Acushnet Avenue in the north end of New Bedford. It is family owned and is decidedly portuguese cuisine. Having said all that, this is in my opinion the best portuguese food in New Bedford and that's saying a lot considering #1 I am portuguese and have eaten at most portuguese restaurants in the area and #2 New Bedford is the national haven for portuguese food. The restaurant is simple but clean. The food is the same. The prices are very good and the portions are generous. The wait staff is accommodating though speaking portuguese will help in the ordering. But don't be discouraged from eating here if you don't speak portuguese, the staff understands enough english to get you through the ordering process. Wonderful restaurant!
4 based on 11 reviews
I ate at Bom Appetite yesterday for a late lunch with a friend. We wanted authentic Portuguese food, and we got it. He had the Littlenecks Alentejana, a dish of pork and clams in a savory broth. I had the Blood Pudding with Grilled Pineapple. We washed it down with some Lancers Rose - not the high point of the meal, but the selection of wines available by the glass is very limited. There is an attached lounge, but we did not go in there. I enjoyed my meal, and plan to return with my wife. Note the spelling: it is Bom, not Bon. It's a Portuguese place, not French.
222 Union is a casual gathering place in vibrant downtown New Bedford. Located on the ground floor of the stylish New Bedford Harbor Hotel, 222 Union serves elevated pub-style fare and a wide selection of craft beer, wine, and spirits.
222 Union Restaurant and Bar had a grand reopening a week ago. We were there for dinner Friday evening to try the new menu. The service was good and timely. Our questions were answered accurately. Our drink order was delivered promptly. We ordered the Crab Cake appetizer which was excellent! Our main course consisted of Fish Tacos and the Peppercorn Mushroom Burger. The tacos were very good but the hamburger, which was ordered wellfone, was charcoal on the bottom, literally,...a bit overdone. All things considered, we recommend 222 Union Restaurant and Bar. The bartender here is super knowledgeable and can whip up some delightful creations. Wanting a drink is a wonderful reason to stop here!
4 based on 22 reviews
Upon recommendation of a Portuguese friend living in New Bedford, I came to this place for lunch on Sunday. I must say that I enjoyed the time in this place.POSITIVE POINTS:It might not be in a âposhâ building and set-up, but it is clean and nicely set up. This is not a top of the range restaurant, but a good place to enjoy e good meal.My server â Ms Andreia â was amazing. Treated me like a king, quickly and professionally. Thank you very much, Andreia.I ordered the Clam Chowder, Mozambique shrimp and a nice little bottle of wine â Vinho Verde. All of which hit the spot. Clam chowder was nicely prepared. Not the best chowder that I have ever had, but very nicely prepared. As to the shrimp, they were amazingâ¦ nice texture, fresh and well prepared. For âMozambique Shrimpâ â and having been to Mozambique a few time - I was just let down with the lack of spice. Yes, I understand that the restaurants need to cater to where they are, and I am sure that they have adjusted the âtasteâ to the American buds. As to the wine, nice and fresh, just right.As to the price, I must admit that it is very fair for what you get in this place.NEGATIVE POINTS:The restaurant is divided into two sections â restaurant on the one side, and cafÃ©/bar on the other side. The restaurant section is great for this type of restaurant, but a little let down with the cafÃ©/bar side of this place. This part is very noisy, that hovers over to the restaurant section. Also, the cafÃ©/bar side is not as pleasant as the restaurant section.Please donât get me wrong, this is a great placeâ¦ and I enjoyed my meal here. SUMMING UP:Good food, very nice service and a very fair price â simply means that I will come back next time I am in town. Come in, try itâ¦ and I feel sure that you too will be pleasantly surprised, like I was.
4 based on 60 reviews
DINE AT A TOP-QUALITY PORTUGUESE RESTAURANT IN NEW BEDFORD, MA If you've never experienced the flavors of Portuguese food, you're missing out on fresh seafood, decadent sauces and rich meats. You can experience all the tastes that the Iberian Peninsula ha
We had an online coupon this time from the internet. I recall that the last time we dined here the food was great. We were offered the choice of 3 entrees and a bottle of wine.The decor was as I recalled rather charming. We were offered either soup or salad to begin our meal. that was a surprise for the price that we paid. I opted for a tasty scallop dish and my wife had chicken Mozambique. The Portuguese wines were very tasty and since we had another couple present we were able to have a taste of the white wine and of course savor the red. We ended the meal sharing a flan featuring coconut. Delicious! We arrived rather early and the owner and his family were enjoying a meal another section of the attractive dining room. Bon appetit!
4 based on 34 reviews
M & C puts on a wonderful cocktail party for 40 people. Everyone raved about the goodies that were prepared --from shrimp to scallops, to beef treats, and delicious vegetarian options. Delivered by their professional servers in a friendly manner at my home. It was fantastic. My guests were smiling and so was I.
4 based on 99 reviews
Food was good, service was good. Sangrias were ok. I had the baked stuffed shrimp. They were good, not the best I've ever had.Hubby had a special...it was good. Bread was great! Too stuffed for dessert. Parking in the back of the building...
4 based on 131 reviews
Located in the heart of the National Historical Whaling Park, Tia Maria's European CafÃ© is a family owned restaurant. Join us and enjoy our many offerings including homemade desserts, pastries or espresso specialty drinks in our casual and friendly atmosp
Visited New Bedford and we found this great cafe, the service was fantastic our breakfast was a traditional Portuguese breakfast with eggs, Portuguese sausage and Portuguese rolls, we finished off the breakfast with the custard tart (Pasteis de nata)what a wonderful treat! would definitely return when I'm in New Bedford
4 based on 322 reviews
First time here.....Excellent lunch!! Shrimp Antonio and fried fish with round fries and veggies- everything was flavorful, hot and tasty!! We will definitely put this on our list of places to return to.
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