Fancying itself as the town’s ‘gourmet’ number, this tavern-cavern offers an elegant space with azulejos on the walls. Pork and bacalhau (codfish) dishes are its forte.
Smart and buzzing, O Lagar dishes up excellent regional cooking, with good-value, high-quality açorda (a kind of bread soup) and bacalhau (codfish). Service can be a bit slow, but it’s a pleasant enough place to lin…
Locals love this small place where it’s all about the food – lashings of plumas de porco preto (pork) and marisco (shellfish) dishes of all kinds, or a good-value three-course daily meal for €10.
In a lively dining room packed with rustic decor, this popular eatery has a huge menu of Alentejan specialities as well as a few Spanish classics (like tortillas, shrimp with garlic, and gaspacho).