O Guia: Local cuisine and seafoods too
This restaurant is not a particularly fancy one, but is right on the beach so it offers good views and fresh air. Lots of locals come here both for lunch and dinner.
The menu is pretty large, but every day has one or two specials that are typically a little faster to be served.
Favorite Dish: The fish is always a good choice since its fresh and well prepared. But the local dishes of which ever sort were good too, like the pork cubes in the garlic mashed potatoes.
Restaurante A Nau: Casual Local Dishes
I found this restaurant by following some locals, taking faith in the fact that if its good enough for them, it should be good enough for me.
The restaurant appears to be run by a family, with every member taking on their own role. There is a large TV on one wall that many locals were focusing on since they come here to watch the football games.
One word of caution, they will likely put some starter plates on the table, like cheese, bread, salad. If you opt to eat these, you will be charged additional since they are not included.
Favorite Dish: The fish dishes are all good. The veal and steaks are pretty tender, but cut real thin. The deserts were all satisfying.
O Migas: local culinary deluxe
Great restaurant, although set in a 1980s' retro décor which is not the best. They take local ingredients and recipes and give it a twist and take it into the domain of modern cuisine.
Favorite Dish: Wild poultry dishes
Migas de espigos with Codfish
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