Portugal’s cuisine is as rich and varied as its landscape.


Restaurants in Barcelos

Turismo Restaurante Lounge

Contemporary Cuisine

Address

Rua Duques de Bragança

Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

253 826 411 / 936 941 554

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Restaurante Casa dos Arcos

Traditional Cuisine

Address

Rua Duques de Bragança 185

Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

253 826 265 | 912 539 661

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Taberna O Manhoso

Traditional Cuisine

Address

Avenida das Pontes, nº 264

Tamel (Sao Veríssimo) - Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

939 593 593

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Restaurante Bel Piatto

Italian Cuisine

Address

Campo 5 de Outubro Loja 26

Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

253 834 125

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Restaurante O Forninho

Traditional Cuisine

Address

Rua da Retorna 3, Lijó

Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

253 887 509 | 939 768 982

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Cervejaria O Manhoso

Brewery Cuisine

Address

Avenida das Pontes

Tamel (São Veríssimo) Barcelos (GPS)

Contact

253 821 249

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Portugal’s cuisine is as rich and varied as its landscape.

The most distinctive feature of Portuguese cuisine comes from the sea. As you enjoy a simple grilled fish, always fresh like the seafood that abounds from end to end along the coast, you can be sure that you are in Portugal! Cataplanas, bouillabaisses and any other fish or seafood dish are also excellent choices.

For meat dishes, our main suggestion is cozido à portuguesa, a mix of meats, vegetables and various sausages, cooked in a delicious way. We have excellent DOP (Protected Denomination of Origin) meats, from north to south, whether it’s beef, pork or kid. Many vegetables and fruit also preserve the taste of the old times, and some also have the DOP label, especially as many are produced organically.

Portuguese olive oil is of prime quality and is part of every dish, including cod (for which it is said that there are 1001 recipes!), which we excel at preparing and enjoying.

Each dish is matched to the right wine. The whole country produces wine and, while Port wine is famous, the Douro, Alentejo and many other table wines are no less superior.

And the cheeses! While Queijo da Serra (mountain cheese from Serra da Estrela) tops the bill, all the cheeses from Centro de Portugal, Alentejo and the Azores are delicious.

The sweets, whose roots go back to the many convents where they were originally prepared, even today make us “give thanks to heaven”. And a pastel de nata (custard tart) is a must. It is delicious with coffee, which we drink in the form of espresso.

At the end of a meal, we might make a toast with some Port or Madeira, fortified wines that have been spreading our name to faraway lands for centuries. Or with an excellent sparkling wine produced in Portugal, to celebrate a memorable meal provided by the country’s talented chefs.

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