Carvalho’s top-notch regional dishes have earned recognition as some of Portugal’s best. It is hidden away amid the cluster of parkside cafes opposite the Jardim do Tabolado.
Right at the historic heart of Chaves, with views of the castle, this quaint restaurant serves up Portuguese dishes with a twist. The daily lunch specials are a steal.
Snack on tasty regional treats at this corner bakery, including the trademark folar de Chaves (big pillowy loaves filled with bacon, linguiça and local salpicão sausage).
Look for the bright blue door of this tiny bakery, which whips up the best pasteis de Chaves (flaky turnovers filled with ground meat) in town.