We had the boar and the rice with octopus. The boar was tender and tasty. The octopus was also great. The entries and the desserts were good. While it's not a rustic place - likewise many in the region - it's also not fancy.
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One of the best restaurants at which we dined,on our 3 week driving tour in Portugal. Friendly staff and charming Manageress in the restaurant. The food and wine were excellent, a large choice and very good value for money. Recommend, would definitely go back.
Poças offers very nice regional food. The Sopa de Castaña is absolutely tasty, and so were the Liebre (hare) with rice and Jabali (wild boar). The Pastel de Castaña is also excellent. Very nice wine selection too, and very affordable. Staff is attentive and helpful....More
If you like huge portions at a great price, this is your place. This informal, yet sophisticated restaurant is a must for those seeking a true dining experience.
This was probably the lowest price dinner during our two weeks in Portugal, but both service and quality were at the upper end of our experience during our holiday. Excellent value for a very good meal.
Situated just down from the main old town square, you can eat in or outside in this quaint but very popular ( with locals) restaurant. The menu range covers local wild boar, local fish dishes, traditional Portuguese and also a whole Angel of a la...More
This was our second authentic Portugese meal of the week. Overall we'd recommend although that is balance between some opposing forces. My starter was a superb soup of chestnut and setas (mushrooms) a lovely local combination, although beware of you are vegetarian, it included what...More
Went for meal on a Saturday night, the service was great, food delicious, good prices & the vino del Casa was perfect, light & fruity.
A nice restaurant in the town centre, it was very busy when we arrived at 7.30, but the food was tasty and came in a reasonable time frame. A typical Portuguese local place. Our waiter was helpful with choices and we enjoyed what we ate...More