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4 based on 130 reviews
Went here in June very easy to miss as just after main road junction, staff are so helpful even though they have English menu, I had grouper wife had pork medallions and my daughter the duck resotio all delicious make sure you don't miss this place if you are on the area, staff are so helpful full of locals
4.5 based on 160 reviews
Better known for its private party rooms and areas, this restaurant will not dissapoint. The food is good quality and it is executed in a very traditional, sometimes old fashioned manner.
Order bachalau de la casa, and you'll love bachalau forever. All the other dishes (I've dined many times and had a private party here) are good; albeit, a bit unmemorable or boring. But still good. Go without expectations. The hungry you will be overly satisfied and the demanding you will find it hard to complain when perfect marks are not attained.
The decor is nice, almost upscale traditional and the service is thoughtful.
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Really enjoyed lunch at this beautiful little restaurant. Full of locals, the staff were friendly and helped me with my Portugeuse! Clams done simply on the grill with coriander and lemon were the best my husband and I have eaten. Octopus skewers were also delicious. They also do Caldeirada if you ring up 24hours in advance to order it. Would definitely recommend if you're in the Lourinha/Toledo area.
4.5 based on 178 reviews
Restaurante típico sobejamente conhecido pelo seu Bacalhau Assado com Batatas a Murro. Ambiente acolhedor e bastante familiar.
Nice regional decoration. Very good food, including their specility in codfish. Very friendely staff
4.5 based on 142 reviews
Areal Beach Bar is located literally on the beach. Just 3km from the small town of Lourinhã, this location is a perfect getaway. Enjoy a drink, a snack or a meal while taking advantage of the breathtaking ocean view. The space in itself is very inviting and realxing for anyone looking for a perfect afternoon.
An unrivalled location and a relaxing atmosphere hiding a really excellent menu. Very helpful staff and amazing desserts. A must visit.
4 based on 50 reviews
I never go to Portugal without at least one visit to this quaint restaurant. They have a full menu, but there specialty is the Caldeirada. The wait can be a little long, but this is because everything is made fresh. In my experience, it is well worth the wait.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Have eaten at both closely located Avenida Restaurants. All food has been prepared and cooked freshly and in a timely manner. Service has always been outstanding, staff speak several languages. Seafood dishes are especially good. We find both establishments great value for money. The staff have always been very helpful, happy and polite on all of our visits.
4 based on 41 reviews
This restaurant was typical of many restaurants in and around Lourinha in that they are not at all inspiring, most offering basically the same old "traditional" menu. This "traditional" label usually means basic and average plain food, average service, in simple surroundings along with putting out little or no effort to improve. It's just all to easy to sit on their "traditional" laurels. In my opinion, at Castelo (and others) there is no attempt to improvise on the “traditional” or adapt to modern food trends or techniques so as to stand out from like restaurants, it's just one of the crowd offering the same old menu from menu central. How about someone offering “Traditional with a twist” or Noveau Traditional (I know that’s a contradiction in terms) just to break-up the monotony and to break away from the pack? We had the Mediterranean Salmon which was served swimming in a bowl of olive oil with boiled potatoes and salad. It was not all appetizing or satisfying. I guess we got what was to be expected but were hoping for something better. I give the restaurant an average rating as it was average for the area but I doubt if it and others like it would last long if it was transplanted elsewhere. We found that locating a decent restaurant in and around Lourinha was a bit of a chore that generally went unrewarded. The above may sound a little harsh but after four nights in Lourinha it’s how I felt. Our best meal, by far, was a little Italian place in Areia Branca, Pizzaria da Praia, with lots of great pasta dishes, Deserts, ice creams and Pizza too all served with enthusiasm and pride in their place and in their food.
4 based on 54 reviews
Good home cooking. There is nothing remarkable or memorable about the food. It's just okay. The location is nice and the decor of the restaurant is very inviting.
We ordered a 'tropical' grill. The meat is covered in fruits that are far from tropical (apples and kiwi) I suppose they put any fruit that is available at the moment they cook the dish. The portions are huge! Too big to be appealing. We also ordered a Costoleta de Novillo, and it was a huge piece of meat on a bloody big bone. Not particularly tasty and very dry. But, you can eat it.
The service is good. It's a good place to go with friends or family who are not too demanding. If you stick to the holy Trinity of portuguese food (bachalau, sardines, pork) you'll be fine!
4 based on 21 reviews
Great food, great service, great atmosphere, great value, local and international cuisine, sharing plates are recommended as the portions are large.
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