Reviews on Pizza food in Esposende, Northern Portugal, Portugal. Esposende (Portuguese pronunciation: [(ɨ)ʃpɔˈzẽd(ɨ)]) is a city and a municipality in Braga District in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 34,254, in an area of 95.41 km². The city itself (the parish Esposende, Marinhas e Gandra) had a population of 9,197 in 2001. It gained city status on 2 July 1993. The present Mayor is Fernando Couto Cepa, elected by the Social Democratic Party. The municipal holiday is August 19. It is located on the Portuguese Way of the Camino de Santiago.
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3 based on 36 reviews
If this restaurant doesnât take all your money,If this restaurant doesnât kill you with the food,If this restaurant doesnât kill you negligently,So you can consider yourself as lucky !The food has no taste, part of the food was reheated from (how many ?) days before.. no fresh ingredients , a nightmare for your mouth..The music, to loud, tries to be trendy â¦ but it fails â¦What about the waiter and his management ? Arrogant ?... no is worse than that !What about the security ? Please, if despite what Iâve just wrote above you want to dine in this place, just think about this few following lines once you will be sited at the bottom of the restaurant with your children, knowing that the only exit is 20 meters far from your table and you need, in case of fire, to reach it after slaloming trough the tables around the bar, once this is done, to reach the building hall and finally the street !! For information pizzas are done in a wood oven !... I donât understand how in a European country , in 2019, the authorities gave the clearance to open this restaurant!Attytude is the new definition for : â offence to the Portuguese way of life and this great area of Esposende !â
3 based on 40 reviews
Pizzas are ok, although one can find better places in Esposende. They serve too many appetizers to tourists that in the end are as expensive as the main dishes... The final bill is too expensive for the quality.
3 based on 72 reviews
Ofir Beach is a modern mystery. Why haven't I heard of it before? Why hasn't anyone I know heard of it, let alone been there. No other nationality seemed to be lapping it up, except for Portuguese. That's got to be a good sign. If it's good enough for the locals... And so on. On the beach we rented a little tent, a "barraca" for 10 euros. (See photo). It was essential as it shielded us from the August sun, and the ocean wind. At lunch we closed it up and left our stuff inside. It was still there when we came back. No crimes had been committed. Barraca Law! It was while at lunch, in a cheap but nice cafe that we spotted a building with cool lettering on the side, 'Ofir Pizza Restaurant.' It was firmly planted in the memory bank. An image we would soon see again. With our three hungry kids we booked a table for 7pm, the earliest it serves food. The corner table had the best views and was in glorious sun light so we nabbed it. Had we been too hasty as we took out seats the heat of the sun was intense. The windows, mercifully, were on sliders allowing the Atlantic breeze to cool us down. Nice spot. The G&T I'm told was "one of the best, ever". Time to order food. Let the investigation begin. For me it was an open and shut case. I was in the zone. Looking out at the sea. Looking back at the menu. Remembering the cool lettering outside, there was just one suspect, 'pizza mare', aka Seafood Pizza. Someone else ordered burger on a plate. (Maybe there's a translation issue here? Do some burgers come under the plate?) And others had salad. I didn't want to crush anyone's dreams by reminding them that we're in a pizza restaurant that specialises in pizza, we all have our own learning curve. Pizza mare arrived and there was a gasp. From me. It was circular. So far so good, but half of the circle was sea food, as anticipated. The other half was mushrooms. A field of mushrooms. This wasn't a translation problem. I remember glancing at the notebook, she definitely wrote pizza mare. Anyhow.... I coped. Happily. The pizza with a split personality was actually fabulous. This place overall was fabulous and this part of the world is fabulous too. Case closed.
4 based on 115 reviews
This restaurant was a pleasant surprise. Every effort is made to make the customer feel he is in a real Italian bistro. Service was fast and congenial. The pizza was excellent as were the raviolis with 4 cheese sauce. The owner and pizzaiolo got second place in the best pizza in Portugal contest and even participated in Padova, Italy with the best in Europe. For top quality Italian food with quick and smiling service this restaurant is highly recommended.CarÃssimo cliente, ficÃ¡mos orgulhosos e agradecidos pelo seu comentÃ¡rio, Ã© por estes motivo que realmente tentamos atender da melhora forma os cliente! ApostÃ¡mos na relaÃ§Ã£o: qualidade/ preÃ§o, para obter os melhores resultados! Como fala e sendo verdade jÃ¡ temos participado em alguns eventos e concursos ligados a gastronomia italiana, nomeadamente as pizzas, porque sempre que felicitamos nesses eventos, de uma forma ou de outra, aprendemos sempre alguma coisa. Ã por isso que apostamos tambÃ©m na formaÃ§Ã£o dos nossos colaboradores! Todo o nosso staff mando as melhores cumprimentos, com muito entusiasmo! Resta-me agradecer da minha parte e deseja-lhe tudo de bom e um grande "atÃ© breve"... Um abraÃ§o. Chef Vitor Peixoto
4 based on 85 reviews
Very tasty pizzas from a real wood-oven. The service is quick and good. A value for money, prices are very reasonable. The ambiance in the restaurant is nice, and there is a terrace so you can also eat outside.
4 based on 284 reviews
Wood Oven Pizza And Pasta
Great restaurant - they have an Italian pizzaiolo from Naples - big crust and authentic flavour - nice Italian ambiance - good selection of wine ( had the Lua Cheia red for 11 Euros which is a 3.8 on Vivino ) - no doubt would come back next time !
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