Botequim da Mouraria
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Botequim da Mouraria information
Poke around the old Moorish quarter to find this cosy spot serving some of Évora's finest food and wine. There are no reservations, just 12 stools at a counter.
Local gastronomes believe this is Évora's culinary shrine. The owner will cook customer by customer according to their (and often his!) whim, and he currently stocks more than 150 wines from the Alentejo alone