Discover Restaurants offering the best Portuguese food in Sao Joao da Madeira, Northern Portugal, Portugal. São João da Madeira (Portuguese pronunciation: [sɐ̃w ʒuˈɐ̃w ðɐ mɐˈðɐjɾɐ] ( listen)), is a city and a municipality in northwestern region of the Portuguese Norte region. It's part of the larger Porto Metropolitan Area. The population in 2011 was 21,713. With an area of 7.94 km², it is the smallest municipality in Portugal. In 2010, the city was distinguished in Portuguese Quality of Life studies as the "Best Municipality to Live In".
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5 based on 112 reviews
Restaurante com comida excelente, Ã³ptimos pratos, confeccionados com atenÃ§Ã£o aos detalhes que confere distinÃ§Ã£o dos mesmos, cozinha portuguesa ao mais alto nÃvel, o serviÃ§o Ã© fenomenal, um ambiente fantÃ¡stico!Resumindo adoro!
4 based on 78 reviews
The restaurant is an old house that belong to one of the most famous business man in S.J Madeira in the last century. The dining rooms are very well renovated and the food is great. For 13 euros you can have the daily menu with wine, soup, desert, coffee and 4 choices of main dish of fish or meat .The staff is very kind and professional. Good car parking. While you wait to be seated you can enjoy a glass of wine and starters at the entrance.
4 based on 225 reviews
This is the first brazilian restaurant in Portugal, and is famous for the caipirinhas, the rodizio, and the famous frequentky customers (politicians, soccer players, actors, ...)
What a typical Brazilian style restaurant...You feel like in copacabana beach with this restaurant.It's a steak house so vegetarians are not welcome :)Waiters are nice, always nice with you.What a nice place. I strongly recommend this place.Decoration made with football jerseys.
4 based on 76 reviews
Capricious Pizzaria Restaurant offers you a variety of dishes and pizzas a la carte as well as suggestions of the day. We accept reservations.
I've been there a few times already (more than 10) and the quality of the food will not let you down. It's a pretty traditional Italian restaurant offering pizza and pasta but also other Portuguese cuisine dishes. It's been recently re-decorated. Go for the curry pizza (pizza Gallo) for something different.Thank you so much for your coment!We are always ready to welcome you.
4 based on 102 reviews
The best take away around! Good and fast chicken, perfect for when you don't know what to do for dinner or for when friends are coming over.
4 based on 96 reviews
If you love good food, good prices and a nice environment, this is the place to be. Have a nice lunch or diner between the locals. Great daily lunch deal for â¬6,50. Also a very good 3-course menu available for â¬13,- Very friendly people and good wine. It's located in a museum, so you really have to search a bit.
4 based on 97 reviews
At Sabor Quente Restaurant you will find a cozy atmosphere inspired by the industry, materials and themes of the region. In our menu you can find the flavors of traditional Portuguese cuisine, such as our delicious tapas and soups and a wine list of great
Went here the week before last.The Tapas are Portuguese style (on a mixed platter). We had the meats and cheeses, which was very good indeed! and also a dish of clams to share.The desserts were good tooAnd reasonable prices
4 based on 113 reviews
Installed in an area of ââundeniable beauty that stands out from the urban area that surrounds the restaurant "A Harpa" is the stage for a new gastronomic proposal in Sao Joao da Madeira. Charming and refined, this newly opened restaurant offers an extens
This quaint restaurant is lovely. It does in fact have a harp. I found out about this restaurant while walking, a diamond in the rough. The waiters are friendly and attentive. During the week they have a special for lunch which is called Executive menu for â¬14 Euros a person. Itâs well worth it! I did ask to split my dish and dessert. So tasty! I canât each too much and the portion size was perfect for me personally.A lÃ¡ carta is in the evenings and weekends.
4 based on 576 reviews
Franceschina is a combination of bread, meat, cheese and tomato sauce, invented in Porto, Portugal and oft-copied (mostly poorly). These guys have the real deal and the Owner insists on telling you about them at great length. When you finally bite into one, it is pure bliss. Wash it down with whatever wine he recommends.Infinitely grateful for the visit and for the warm and pertinent evaluation. Our concept has been very well received by your compatriots, who so often visit us, and even tried to take us to the United States!!!Knowing what you know about our gastronomy and being you people so genuine it is fantastic to receive your praise. From now on you have one more family in Portugal. Welcome and see you soon ...
Foi por acaso que entrÃ¡mos neste restaurante para um almoÃ§o rÃ pido e a surpresa comeÃ§a logo que entramos com uma decoraÃ§Ã£o original a fazer lembrar os tempos medievais com madeira rude e pedra.O atendimento foi sempre muito bom ao longo do almoÃ§o, escolhemos uma sopa de legumes, muito "caseira" e de seguida veio jardineira de vitela, um dos pratos do dia e estava excelente!!TerminÃ¡mos com um ananÃ¡s laminado e dois cafÃ©s e o preÃ§o foi uma agradÃ¡vel surpresa, cerca de â¬13,50.Aconselho a fazerem mais publicidade no exterior.
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