Reviews on Soups food in Figueira da Foz, Central Portugal, Portugal. Figueira da Foz (Portuguese pronunciation: [fiˈɣɐjɾɐ ðɐ ˈfɔʃ]), also known as Figueira for short, is a city and a municipality in the Coimbra District, in Portugal. Practically at the midpoint of Iberian Peninsula's western coast, it is located at the mouth of the Mondego River, 40 km west of Coimbra, and sheltered by hills (Serra da Boa Viagem). The population in 2011 was 62,125, in an area of 379.05 km². The city of Figueira da Foz proper has a population of 46,600. It is the second largest city in the district of Coimbra.
Things to do in Figueira da Foz
Encontrado por acaso. Gostei do ambiente, da decoraÃ§Ã£o, da luz e entrei. E gostei do atendimento, da comida e do preÃ§o. E recomendo para quem gostar de comida saudÃ¡vel no centro da cidade.
We served only BIOLOGICAL food, WINE AND Coffee, GLUTEN FREE In a calm and familiar environment Try it and love it
We had âBrunch A Cavernaâ, it had an omelet, tomatoes, salad with olive oil dressing and bacon. It was great, they use bio ingredients, they offer oat milk or mandel milk for your coffee latte so they are trying to provide as healthy options as they cab. We really enjoyed it, the people here are really helpful and kind, highly recommended place! :)Thank you so much for your kind and visit...Hope next year we can meet again...Happy holidays..
4 based on 76 reviews
Nice confort food, deep tasting.Spicy and flavoured fish soup, nice fried fish, average dessert.Normal environment, tipical everyday restaurante, affordable price.
3 based on 454 reviews
Wonderful staff and great food! You can pick your own fish from the display. Itâs superbly cooked and beautifully presented. There are great wines and a small selection of beers. Dessert is varied in choices. Itâs a nice place without being overly fancy. You will feel comfortable dressed up or in casual wear. Itâs really a wonderful dining experience!
4 based on 477 reviews
A family history, connected since its early ages to the catering industry and that, on 15 May 1976, inaugurated the restaurant âCaÃ§arola 1â, on the side street of the Casino. This restaurant, managed by GraÃ§a MortÃ¡gua and her husband Alcino MortÃ¡gua, is a
The CaÃ§arola restaurant has a number of positive things, including several options on the menu, fast service (even when the room is packed). But unfortunately, my experience wasn't the best. The dish we ordered was not exactly how we imagined it (we ordered a steak with sauce, but the sauce was a washed mix of butter and something else), and there was a small mix up with our order... which we are pretty sure was an issue with the service. The plates being served around us all seemed good, so maybe it was just a bit of bad luck.
4 based on 155 reviews
Located in a former tannery it evolved from simple tavern to a large restaurant. Generations have changed but kept the art of cooking and the main strongholds that continue to attract diners: Stone Soup and Oven Baked Goat. In familiar surrounding you can
Having been a place where furs have been prepared (O Peleiro) the place turned into a very good restaurant with very good food and an excellent choice of wine.Also the appetizers are always very tasty and of course the "Sopa da Pedra" -Stone soup,which is a heavy beansoup with all parts of pork meat.May be in between some hot Shrimps with some garlic sauce and you roll out the restaurant fully satified.
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