Reviews on Mediterranean food in Lajes do Pico, Azores, Portugal. Lajes do Pico (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈlaʒɨʒ ðu ˈpiku]) is a municipality in the southern part of the Azores. The municipality is located is on the southern part of the Pico Island. The population in 2011 was 4,711, in an area of 155.31 km². It is bordered by Madalena to the west and by São Roque do Pico to the north.
Things to do in Lajes do Pico
4 based on 171 reviews
The restaurant is nice with a beautiful terrace. Menu gives enough choice, food quality was good (not outstanding but good), prices are ok. The services is terrible though! They ignored me completely at the beginning, then I had to wait 40 mins for my starter (a small salad), I had no napkin on my table, I did not get ketchup and mayonnaise straight away even though I asked for it. Bill took a long time as well and I was in a rush (which I told them at the beginning). So I would only recommend this place if you have a lot of time and patience and are not very hungry as you will have to wait a long time!Hello BluecyI will be reporting your comments back to the staff and management as feedback. Please understand the restaurant is very busy in the summer and it is hard to accomodate everyoneÂ´s need in the restaurant.best regards
3 based on 36 reviews
Friendly staff. Great wine. Simple fare but cooked well. Quirky outside seats chained together (just for a coffee, no table) but in the sun. A local experience
A Adega AÃ§oriana Ã© uma casa tradicional de Tapas & Wine House a escassos metros do mar. Ã o lugar certo para a degustaÃ§Ã£o de vinhos regionais e nacionais, num ambiente verdadeiramente ilhÃ©u. Propomos um menu de tapas para acompanhamento, sem pretensÃµes.
The Adegas Acoriana is a great place for light plates / tapas. Food is really quite good for what is basically a small bar by a natural bathing pool. But the kitchen turns out great dishes like lapas (local limpets, small shellfush that taste halfway between a clam and an escargot), a terrific veal on local toast, great local sausage and a morcela (a local blood pudding) that blew away any other blood puddings I have ever had. Desserts are equally good -- especially what they called "cookie cake" (it is not some sort of regular cake with Oreos stuck in ti -- it is the.BEST. dessert. ever.) Local wines to wash it all down, on a picnic table overlooking the strait between Pico and Sao Jorge. It doesn't get better than this. We took some fresh-baked malassadas (basically, a sweet bread undecided whether it wants to be a donut, a danish,or brioche) back with us to the house where we were staying.Service is slightly slow -- only slightly --and only because they are understaffed at peak times. Be nice.. They're working very hard, and the waitress is very nice once she can get to you. Enjoy the view in the meantime. No extra charge. If you're staying in Prainha or anywhere near, it's a must.
4 based on 389 reviews
Casa Ancora is a modern restaurant that opened in August 2016 in Sao Roque do Pico. Architecture and design by world renowned Portuguese architects. Fusion cuisine by a young star chef with background in Michelin restaurants. Fresh local products. Careful
Saw this restaurant recommended in several travel blogs and Iâd definitely add my approval. Delicious food, traditional ingredients, lovely wine (even though green wine isnât actually green it tastes great!) and most of all amazing service! The waitress was so helpful and cheery even when there was a slight mistake in one of the orders. Yum!
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