Best Mediterranean restaurants nearby. Discover the best Mediterranean food in Pacos de Ferreira. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Mediterranean restaurants near you.. Paços de Ferreira (Portuguese pronunciation: [ˈpasuʒ ðɨ fɨˈʁɐjɾɐ]) is a city in the Porto district, in the north of Portugal. The population of the city in 2011 was 7491, while its municipality had 56,340 inhabitants, in an area of 70.99 km².
4 based on 23 reviews
Typical Portuguese restaurant in which the King dish is the codfish with Creme Bechamel, with the option of Bacalhau with Broa or Naco with Black Beans and rice. How sweet homemade desserts and fruit. With capacity for 80 people in a cozy atmosphere, rust
O restaurante fica a dois minutos do centro da cidade de Paredes. A comida Ã© excelente e o serviÃ§o de idÃªntica qualidade. O preÃ§o Ã© acessivel e abaixo do serviÃ§o prestado.
4 based on 143 reviews
We scoured the main streets of Penafiel for somewhere for a birthday lunch (for 9 of us) and this place looked like the best bet. A very friendly waiter, with a smattering of English (thank you!), took our booking for the next day and welcomed us effusively when we arrived. The food is standard Portugese fare, so definitely not fine dining, but it's well cooked and, as in many Portugese establishments, comes in copious quantities at very reasonable prices. The wine list was also quite sufficient for our needs, including a very decent port to finish with.For hearty Portugese grub this place does very nicely.
5 based on 16 reviews
A lovely young couple manages this place.Apart from the daily menu, they have homemade cakes/desserts and granola.
4 based on 145 reviews
Our group enjoyed a wonderful lunch at this restaurant. An absolute highlight of our trip. We were all served the daily specials and everything was absolutely fresh and delicious. Washed down with someLocal vino verde and finished with delicious fresh fruits and the local custard tart fresh from the stove. If you are in the area this place is a must!
4 based on 63 reviews
Abrimos o nosso espaÃ§o todos os dias para grupos de 10 ou mais pessoas. Excepto dias de Pascoa / Natal / Ano Novo
In the middle of a small toen Lousada in North of Portugal you find a restaurant with great meat dishes. The service is very good, The owner gives you personal attention and advices you great wines out of his enormous collection of high quality wines. Must do if you are in the area.
5 based on 530 reviews
Alentejo's cuisine is one of the pearls to be discovered by those who love food. I'm lucky to have been raised with magnificent meals from Alentejo, but having tasted excellence, I'm often disappointed even with the highly recommended places either in Alentejo or elsewhere. It is absolutely not the case with CansÃªras: the pumpkin soup was great, and I just couldn't stop eating the pork "bochechas". The wine list is an act of culture. Service and the decoration make you feel at home. Most of the food is seasonal (and brought weekly from Alentejo to the North of Portugal), so the ingredients are as fresh and natural as it should, and the taste is adjusted to the weather outside.
4 based on 247 reviews
A different restaurant, stylish with more international cuisine. Staff is professional however, sometimes a bit 'pushing'. Give your guests some time to settle and study the menu and winelist and never bring the bill to the table when your guests have not asked for it! This happened to us while we actually wanted to order a glass of local brandy with a second cup of coffee!
4 based on 1493 reviews
The restaurant sits right on the river in a lovely part of the Douro Valley. Food is delicious, well prepared and well presented. There is a good list of wines including a number of by the glass selections for pairing with various courses. Chef Rui Paula was present on the day we visited and was incredibly engaging and gracious to his guests.If the weather is favorable, an outdoor table is a must. Reserve in advance.
4 based on 343 reviews
Cozinha da Terra is a family restaurant inside Casa de Louredo that through the 15 years of its life received many gastronomic awards given by the experts of several opinion leaders.Cozinha da Terra wishes that the best prize continues to be the enourmous
From my home to the Cozinha da Terra we have to travel 42km. It is therefore a restaurant that deserves the journey, which is not very common. This time we were challenged by a friendly couple who knows the spot and goes there with some frequency. It is a rural house in stone and wood with the typical aspect of the houses of well-to-do farmers of Minho. The starters were very good. The "pataniscas" were not dry and they still had some fry oil, but the taste and texture were nevertheless at the right point. Then I ate a roast lamb that I had not eaten since my youth when the housemaid in our house in Beira Baixa made a roasted lamb that I still remember with longing. The white wine is produced by the owner's family is of excellent quality. We will be back as it is worth the trip!HelloThank you very much for your kind analysisAll the best for you
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.