Like the title says it is the best place in Evora to eat. Food is fresh and always beautiful every time. I'm here on business for roughly 3 months and would eat here every night if they were open. It's a must for anyone who enjoys good food.
Soon after we arrived, others were turned away so we were lucky to get a table without a reservation. It was very busy and very, very noisy. I had cabrito with roasted potatoes and salad while my husband had pork with clams and fries. Food was quite yummy but it was almost painfully noisy. Service was pleasant. Total cost with... 更多
We lunched here with friends and enjoyed the lovely environment and friendly service as well as the food. A local cheese and delicious bread with local red wine was great! The guys ordered wild rabbit and were very happy with it. I ordered duck with chestnuts and mushrooms. I didn't think to ask how the duck was cooked and it... 更多
Had a wonderful group dinner (20 people) here in October. It is a small, out of the way restaurant, but one of the best we visited during our time in Portugal. The owner mans the kitchen, along with his son-in-law and daughter. Restaurant is named quarter past nine because the clock on the wall was stopped at this time years... 更多
Enjoyed a lovely fall dinner on the terrace in a cobbled, lantern lit, back alley. Could not have had nicer service. The soup of the day must have translated to something like delicious small shark swimming in an enormous soup tureen l! Seriously large portions of everything are served here. This restaurant is known for it's fresh fish but the... 更多
We arrived after booking a table through our hotel (recommended by the hotel!)... after sitting for 20 minutes we finally managed to find someone to give us a menu... about 15 minutes later we managed to get someones attention to get us drinks... We then proceed to order and (apart from the 6 items on the menu that had a... 更多
The piping hot fish soup (Arroz de Tamboril) looked enough for four people at least, but it was so good, we just polished the entire cauldron off between the two of us. Our friends reported delicious melon with ham and bacalhau. The service was perfect and we wish we lived closer and could come here every lunchtime.
We ate here on the recommendation of our local hotel and found it a good introduction to Portuguese fish cuisine. The service was a bit slow but professional when it came (fish filleted at table) and the price (50E) for a couple of very satisfying courses seemed good.