Estarreja (Portuguese pronunciation: [(ɨ)ʃtɐˈʁɐjʒɐ] ( listen) or [(ɨ)ʃtɐˈʁɛʒɐ]) is a municipality in Portugal. The population in 2011 was 26,997, in an area of 108.17 km². It had 22,746 eligible voters in 2006. The only city in the municipality is Estarreja, which is in the urban parish of Beduido. The city itself has a population of approximately 7,000. It is built along the banks of the Antuã River, near the Ria de Aveiro. Estarreja is an important chemical industry centre, being the place where several industrial faciliies of CUF are located.
4.5 based on 905 reviews
Oxala restaurant was born in 1991 and from year to year has become a reference for the restaurant area. Here everything is taken into account, from the personalized service, to tasty dishes and decoration. In our restaurant you will find a refined, spacious and pleasant place, located in front of Ovar's Marina, which gives it a privileged and beautiful landscape for a meal. - Welcome and meet us.
As soon as you entered into the restaurant you are received with a flute on a open area with large variety of cheese, bread, olive oil, bacon ...a paradise to the palato. Ze is one of the best men hosting the restaurant with a lot of knowhow about client satisfaction. There are several private rooms on the 3 different floors. We had Fish cooked in Salt. Wonderful!
A place visited by well known people but welcomes everyone as a VIP. One of the wonders of Portugal. ! (Better make a reservation)
3.5 based on 8 reviews
This fairly typical Portuguese restaurant is a good bet for a meal in Estarraja. There was a good choice of dishes, huge portions (as usual in this country), and the food was both tasty and well cooked. I particularly enjoyed the black sausage, and other meat dishes, but friends with me said that the fish was good too. House wine was fine, and the bill surprisingly low.
Two small warnings: the owner is very chatty which is fine if you like a talk through your meal, and beware his home made spirit, offered after the meal - it was firewater!
4 based on 6 reviews
É um restaurante simples, com bom atendimento. Não tive sorte na escolha de uns dos pratos solicitados. Mas o outro estava bom. Ótimas entradas. Boa localização para que está de passagem.
4.5 based on 115 reviews
Casa dos Leitões is an excellent restaurant. The concept is very simple: they only serve leitão. Very good leitão, by the way. The owner and the staff are very nice. They even bothered sticking with me on the phone so that I could get to the restaurant without any hassle - yes, the address that reads Albergaria I'd not correct; you should actually look for Angeja. A must if you ever go near Aveiro.
4 based on 12 reviews
Local agradavel, com mesas defronte a bela esplanada, onde se pode desfrutar do sossego da Vila. Atendimento atencioso e acolhedor. Lanches típicos de Portugal foram os nossos pedidos: Bifana com ovo e Francesinha, acompanhado de cervejinhss, tudo no capricho!
4 based on 32 reviews
Pizzas ao estilo americano, massa fofa muito boas, o queijo é bom.
Já o atendimento... esqueceram-se das entradas, e ainda nos disseram que estava a sair, e que não estava esquecido, pois pois...
Ecrã 55" com SporTV
Mesas corridas de 8 pessoas (podes estar á mesa com desconhecidos)
4 based on 2 reviews
Nice place to have a meal, with an very big free, parking area near nacional road 109 and also have coffe service and Snack-Bar. We hope to see you here
Não é nada por aí além muita rapidez pouca perfeição é o típico restaurante para pessoas de trabalho 3 pratos do dia e mais nada 5,50€ .
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Casa pequena, modesta e despretenciosa.
Lista abrangente e maior que a casa .
Rapidez do serviço
A visita foi de grupo pequeno para um arroz de lampreia préviamente reservada.
Sublime a confeção. De comer e chorar por mais
Uma lampreia para 3 pelo preço de 50€ é um achado.
Comeu-se que nem abades.
Porquê pagar caro e ser mal servido se no Manel sai satisfeito e sem penalizar o orçamento
Verdadeiro santuário de sabores
4.5 based on 89 reviews
Located completely away from tourist tracks, this place is frequented mostly by local patrons. And although there is a number of traditionnal portuguese meals on the menu, the crowd´s favourite seems to be the picanha. Served in a manner similar to the rodizio in Brazil from a spit (and repeatedly taken back to the kitchen to be re-seared), it comes with a number of sides (salad, rice, fried plantains, black beans, farofa) and with grilled pineapple as a dessert. So don´t feast too much on starters, no matter how good those may be. Wines are also very nice and reasonably priced. Only downside: you need a car to get there.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
I went there for lunch with some friends, who had already been there and loved the place.
The place is very small (five or six tables), so my advise to you is to get there early (it opens at 12pm) unless you want to wait for the other costumers to finish.
The burguers are very very tasty, as well as the drinks and the Deserts!
100% sure I will be coming back!
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