Discover the best restaurant in Beja, Portugal including Taberna A Pipa, Luiz Da Rocha, Adega 25 de Abril, Casa de Pasto - Tem Avondo, Restaurante Dom Dinis, Pulo Do Lobo, Pizzaria Milano, Vovo Joaquina, Herdade dos Grous Restaurant, Toi Farois
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3.5 based on 218 reviews
3.5 based on 167 reviews
Had a good meal there at--for local standards--above average prices. On the ground floor there is a bar, the restaurant is upstairs. During my meal there was one other eater, still, the waiter had so much atrention for the other eater--apparently an acquaintance--that I lacked proper service. The food was good though.
The restaurant is in the center of the town.
4 based on 560 reviews
5 min walk from Pousada de São Francisco Beja
This place was recommended to us by the hotel we were staying at. I would endorse that recommendation.
The place has character, the waiting staff are very good, the two we had spoke English.
We ordered their speciality veal with the April 25th tag. When it arrived it was undercooked but they happily took it back and it was returned to our satisfaction without any problem. The salad with it was a little small but very tasty (we ordered another).
Interestingly, there was no salt or pepper on the table but the main dish was so heavily salted you didn't really need it.
For dessert we had something that featured egg whites and would heartily recommend that, it was delicious.
Overall, a lovely experience and the restaurant deserves its rating.
However, it is extremely popular and it would pay to book in advance. We were lucky and got in but you couldn't help but notice the majority of tables were reserved - and that was just for lunch.
4 based on 137 reviews
4.5 based on 339 reviews
The restaurant Dom Dinis is located along one of the most iconic national monuments : the castle keep of Beja Castle. The geographical location gives you a series of parking solutions in various streets surrounding this area of great historical interest , cultural and artistic of the city of Beja. When you visit us, we have to offer you a Meat Letter selected Black Pork , Beef and Lamb . Our menu features it is the graciousness and refinement of regional Alentejo dishes and the specialties of charcoal grills which complimented by an excellent letter of Alentejo wines tempt the palate of those who enjoy the Alentejo gastronomy. Labeled or not we await your visit in order to prove the quality of our service.
Nice place located near Beja's castle, so it's easy to find. We ordered the traditional dish of the restaurant. Grilled mix for 2. The sweet of the apple mash kills the pork's fat. And it's delicious!
4 based on 210 reviews
Have had the pleasure to have dinner at Pulo Do Lobo twice, each time a great experience. Ambience is very comfortable making for a great meal. The menu is full or regional dishes (as with most restaurants in Beja) recommend the Pork...excellent. Also their Migas is one of the best. House wine is very good...all in all a great place to Dine. Will return when I visit Beja in September
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Highly recommendable. Great food, excellent prices, huge portions. Go for the half portion, unless you're very hungry. Service highly efficient, very friendly staff. Do not go there without making a reservation, because you will always have to wait, unless you show up soon.
4 based on 252 reviews
High Informal Cuisine is the phrase that best describes us! Come and join us for the best Portuguese Food, 100% natural from our garden and farm.
What a pleasant surprise to stumble upon this little gem! During a leisurely stroll around the Pousada where we were staying, we found Vovó Joaquina and thought it looked like a welcoming, cozy place for tapas and a meal, so we decided to give it...MoreDear customer, thank you so much for so positive feedback. About the vegetables we can tell you we are preparing a small organic farm to supply our Restaurant, so the next time you come you will taste such wonderful vegetables. Best Regards Vovó Team
4.5 based on 218 reviews
No centro da impressionante paisagem alentejana e área de nidificação do Grou comum encontra-se a HERDADE DOS GROUS, do grupo VILA VITA Hotels. Durante o percurso até lá podem ser observadas nos montes pitorescas vilas brancas, muitas vezes rodeadas por muralhas, lembrança dos tempos amargos de Batalha contra os mouros.A "Herdade dos Grous" é uma propriedade de 793 hectares e constitui um espaço calmo para relaxar e saborear a natureza. Nesta herdade de exploração vinícola e agroturística, com características únicas no coração do Alentejo, a apenas 17 quilómetros de distância de Beja (no sentido de Lisboa), numa sequência sucessiva de olivais, florestas de sobreiros e vinhas, não é de surpreender que aqui encontremos a produção de um dos vinhos portugueses mais premiados.Os fabulosos jardins, uma "infinity pool" com vista para o lago artificial de 98 hectares, os antigos olivais e os laranjais carregados de frutos atestam a qualidade fértil desta paisagem singular. Este é um espaço de pura descontração, serenidade e afastamento da vida quotidiana.Os 24 alojamentos, com elegante decoração regional e lareira, proporcionam-lhe o refúgio perfeito para alguns dias de relaxamento. O ambiente rural convida a passeios a dois, encontre assim a singularidade e romantismo de um passeio a dois na ponte sobre o lago, onde não faltam ninhos de grous e cegonhas.Aqui, os visitantes também podem aprender tudo sobre a criação de cavalos, produção de azeite, agricultura biológica e elaboração de vinhos de mesa de primeira categoria como, por exemplo, o vinho tinto selecionado da casa, premiado como o melhor vinho tinto da região alentejana no ano de 2004.
We booked a 'top' wine tour and tasting at 20 euros per person for three wines expecting great things. The man who led our tasting of their top wines was clearly totally uninterested in what he was doing which was more than disappointing.
The wines themselves were of, at best, average quality for something around 6 euro per bottle rather than the much higher charge this estate levies.
The estate is well presented, the girls on reception pleasant but nothing can compensate for the rude, disinterested man who led the tasting or the dubious quality of the wines in the 'top' tasting compared to their unit price in our opinion.
Try somewhere else is our recommendation.
4.5 based on 91 reviews
Located in a small village outside Beja, this small, plain looking restaurant excels at one thing. PORK! While Pork is featured at almost every restaurant in Beja, Toi Farois takes it to a new level. Prepared many different ways, it is the most flavorful, tender Pork I have ever eaten (and that says alot)..a must have. Also quite novel and delicious is their tomato salad. Made up of just tomatoes, olive oil, a hint of vinegar, and spice they are combined into an excellent salad. Our party of 8 went through 2 huge bowls! This restaurant may be a bit off the beaten path, it is well worth the trip. I plan on being in Beja again next fall and will definately be stopping by.
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