Find out what Portuguese restaurants to try in Beira including TUGA'S, Pic-Nic, Restaurante Beira Sol, Restaurante Biques, Ca Te Espero
4 based on 47 reviews
In Beira on business trip. Arrived at this restaurant based on recommendation that was spot on right.3 people ordered crabs, fried, and grilled prawns as well as the mixed seafood (rice and home fries, veggies ) platter paired with a bottle of white wine. and chocolate cake with ice cream for desert. Everything was excellent. Language: English Menu available and owner speaks English as well.Service: Great service, very clean place, cutleries glasses are clean and shined. Ambience:It's not a bar noisy type of place. It is got a nice indoor and outdoor under the trees (garden area) kinda a area which is quite nice.This Place gets a well deserved 5 stars from me.
4 based on 26 reviews
This is to my knowledge one of the oldest restaurants in Beira and it has managed to keep a good standard on its food and service. I really liked their grilled "Lulas" with garlic butter. In spite of being old it manages to keep the style of a decent restaurant.
4 based on 37 reviews
If I'm not mistaken, this restaurant is now renamed as O Farol. Enjoyed a wonderful dinner there with colleagues. Excellent fish served with extremely flavorful vegetables. Attentive service. A bit noisy with loud television, but the food was excellent. Highly recommend!
3 based on 42 reviews
We stayed a couple of days in Beira and Biques was our spot for the sunset drinks on the beachfront. People are friendly, the beer is cold and food was good. Getting back in town and catching rikshaws on the coastal road was a bit tricky, but manageable.
Located in a side street of Beira's old city centre you entre the small and simple restaurant through a wooden wine cask to find yourself in a place that could be located in Lisbon's Bairro Alto. The restaurant serves from midday till late evening and is popular with local people after working hours. The typical Portuguese style place is know for its pork meat dishes, like "Carne de Porco Alentejana", as well as "Piri-Piri-Chicken", and on Sundays the famous "Cozido Ã PortuguÃªsa".
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