Alcobaça Restaurants

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    O Telheiro: Once the best in town

    by solopes Updated Sep 20, 2014

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    A nice place in the outskirts of town. Good starters, using the typical cuisine. Fresh fish, gets its best in codfish, lamb, and chicken ("frango na pucara"). Good deserts and list of wines.

    I am not going there for several months, and heard that it was going down. True or not?

    PS -I saw another restaurant, not far, called "Telheiro II", and tried it. It has nothing to do with he first one! I don't know if it has the same owner, but the concept is absolutely different, closer to a simple "tasca".

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    O Cabeço: Simple and good

    by solopes Written Jun 25, 2014

    In a hill overlooking Alcobaça, this familiar restaurants closes on Sunday and Monday, and that's the reason why I took so much time to discover it (we use to eat out exactly in those days).
    I was invited by a friend, and had a good surprise. Nice place, gentle people, good food. I must have a second visit, but, so far, I have no doubt to recommend it.

    Favorite Dish: Seafood rice

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    Granja Abbatiale: Different

    by solopes Written Jun 25, 2014

    This is not a real restaurant, but a funny and different place where you may eat. It is a farm, prepared for tourism, in a do-it-yourself basis. You pay 5€ to enter, and become free to use everything in the farm, not only the many ludic equipments, but also the kitchen, grill, and even the vegetables produced in the farm, that you may pick in the vegetables garden or orchard. Everything that you pick or buy (there's a shop and a bar) will be discounted in the initial price, and you will only pay the excess, or... nothing more, if you didn't exceed the 5€ per capita.

    We've been there several times, and will be once more in July 27th, for a picnic with our dancing team, this time open to all dancers and families, which mean, probably, a few hundred people.

    Favorite Dish: - Damn! I forgot to bring coriander...
    - No problem! Third flower bed at your left.

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    Quinta da Falca: By the sea

    by solopes Updated Feb 28, 2014

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    Located in a wild area of the coast, facing the sea from the top of the cliffs this restaurant tries to act as an attraction by itself. That means... food. Betting in a selected cuisine and a careful service they match a medium/high standard.
    The prices... well, in line with everything else.

    Favorite Dish: Grilled fish

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    Celeiro dos Frades: Local food

    by solopes Updated Jan 24, 2014

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    In my first visit to this restaurant, years ago, I was somewhat disappointed.

    With a new management, things seem to be better now. The doses may be small to some people that I know, but they were enough for us, and well prepared. I was invited and couldn't know the prices, but in the list they were moderated.

    Very discreet decoration, with great "vintage" pictures of town.

    Favorite Dish: Cabidela

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    Quinta do Pinheiro: Away from it all

    by solopes Updated Jan 5, 2014

    This rural hotel has a very good restaurant, with different rooms for business, romantic meals or for parties.

    The food is very good, the price is not exaggerated, and that makes this restaurant a great choice when quality and ambiance are needed.

    Favorite Dish: Several dishes, but a special desert - I saw my son dancing, for the first time. With mum, indeed!

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    Frei Bernanrdo and other: "Frango Na Pucara"

    by solopes Updated Mar 7, 2013

    All restaurants in Alcobaça claim to have the best "Frango na Pucara", a delicious chicken dish in a pot.

    The best that I ever tasted was in Frei Bernardo, next door to the monastery. Justice must be done!

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    Frei Bernardo: Good food and location

    by solopes Updated Feb 6, 2013

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    Just across the road from the monastery, it's a serious place, with good portuguese food at reasonable prices. It is also a good place for a large group.

    I went there again, and ate one of the best "Frango na Pucara". Greetings!

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    Alcoa Pasterlaria: Alcoa for a sweet break after Alcobaca

    by Martin_S. Written Jun 29, 2011

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    A simple pastry shop with their excellent goods on display. The service was excellent and the sweets (pastries) were very tasty.
    Just a short walk across the square from the entrance to the Alcobaca and you are in sweet heaven.

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    O Capador: O Capador

    by rp6686 Updated Dec 4, 2003

    Tavern.

    Open from 07h to midnight.
    Average price: 4 Euros.

    Excelent place to have a snack before going out at night.

    Favorite Dish: Bifana (bread with beef) with beer.

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