Find out what European restaurants to try in Monsaraz. Monsaraz is a civil parish (freguesia) of the municipality of the Reguengos de Monsaraz, on the right margin of the Guadiana River in Portuguese Alentejo region, near its border with Spain. The population in 2011 was 782, in an area of 88.29 km².
Things to do in Monsaraz
4 based on 50 reviews
Lovely food. Great quality and very friendly service by a lovely young girl.Who spoke English.Explained the menu as it was in Portuguese.Very reasonable bill.2 soft drinks 2 bottles of beer.2 coffees2 meals with salad and breadTotal 26.45 euros
3 based on 72 reviews
Located nearby Monsaraz, nearby Orada Convent, this typical restaurant worth a visit for a good meal with good service and great value.
3 based on 156 reviews
Tucked away in a side street of a one of the most charming towns in Portugal, this is a great find... good local dishes from lamb to porch preto to the classic pork and clams... Affordable, well served, kind staff.
4 based on 38 reviews
Our farm to table restaurant brings to your plate the freshest organic produce, cultivated in the estate and in local familiar farms. Our cuisine is deeply rooted in the culinary tradition of the Alentejo and is based on the concept of sharing, offering a
We were staying at Sao LourenÃ§o do Barrocal & book dinner . The estate is beautiful with gorgeous buildings so having dinner here is a treat in itself. The restaurant is known for highlighting and using fresh local produce from their garden & livestock. We ordered two entreeâs to start & both were good especially the beef carpaccio. However, we found the mains let this restaurant down as the oxtail stew was very rich & my hubby complained his veal was very ordinary. The decor is fabulous with definite farmhouse ambience . The bar is open late for those who want a after dinner drink. If in this region I highly recommend staying or at least having dinner. Casual attire is suitable.
4 based on 207 reviews
Enjoyed a comfortable group luncheon at this family-run restaurant en route to Ãvora. We started with traditional Portuguese Kale soup which was unexpectedly delicious, accompanied by fresh bread. A roast lamb entrÃ©e followed which was also very good. Monsaraz is somewhat out of the way, but if you go, Casa do Forno is a worthy stop. Thumbs up!
4 based on 271 reviews
Nothing special during our 2 hour lunch. Tried veal and pork, both were okay, but not extraordinary. Wines were okay, again nothing special. Service was adequate/okay. Again, far from super.Clean, nice outlook and one of the only restaurants open when we were in town.
4 based on 490 reviews
This was rated #4 for restaurants but worth a visit. We had lunch overlooking the valley below. Beautiful! The food was also good with codfish casserole and egg tortilla. We chose two wines, the Monsaraz rÃ©serva (good) and a white(?) also fine. Itâs really the location with interesting food and drink. The profiteroles were excellent too!
4 based on 129 reviews
This tiny restaurant was just down the road from our hotel. Super friendly owner. Eclectic interior but made to feel welcome. Locals at the Bar. Superb desserts. Coffee and brandy.. All at very reasonable prices. A place to relax and enjoy the magical atmosphere of Monsaraz.
4 based on 875 reviews
Excellent traditional Portuguese food inside a medieval walled city. Lovely food and the owner is a very charming lady called Isabel. Fantastic view as it looks out onto the largest man made lake in Europe. Definitely worth a visit!
This is a wonderful restaurant with delicious home cooked food. We had the assada borrego (beef stew) with potatoes. It was perfect. The appetizers are fine too. The view from the patio is astounding. The service is excellent. The owners cook and serve. If you come in with fewer than five guests, there is a small set menu to choose from. Other dishes are available to larger groups.
4 based on 726 reviews
Old Olive oil Mill, Olive oil Museum, Art Galery Bar Pub and Boat trips Also open school holidays and for groups
We ate at SEM-FIM two nights while visiting Monsaraz and were pleasantly surprised with the extent of the menu and the quality of service. The portions are huge and the menu reflects the local cuisine of the Alentejo region.A much nicer atmosphere than some of the overpriced restaurants on the hill near the castle.
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