4.5 based on 523 reviews
4.5 based on 189 reviews
We had an excellent dinner in Casa Velha. The staff was helpful and very nice and the food was great. We had fresh codfish fried fillet with cockle rice, it was fantastic. The white wine sangria was very good and also the desert was tasty. If you are in Lousã go have dinner here, you won't regret.
3.5 based on 40 reviews
Standard Portuguese simple restaurant crammed at lunchtime with locals. Prato de Dia with soup, main course, carafe of house wine, bread and coffee included € 6.- per person. Excellent value. Good quality well prepared meat and a crispy side salad too. But...some staff not very friendly and the food was only lukewarm. If these shortcomings would be addressed I would rate the restaurant as "Very Good".
3.5 based on 120 reviews
Went there to have lunch and the food was very good, the staff was very attentive. Sorry not know about the price because i din't pay the bill.
4 based on 55 reviews
We've used this bar quite a few times either for evening drinks before going on somewhere for dinner or more recently, a sneaky longish lunch. It's a common theme around these parts but the food is wholesome, unfussy and good value. Lunchtimes can be a bit quiet so if you are looking for atmosphere go there in the evening.
4 based on 33 reviews
Roadside family restaurant with simple, delicious and inexpensive Portuguese food. I personally recommend the sarrabulho, the roasted piglet and the Portuguese stew.
The staff is very friendly and the service is fast. Keep in mind that in the weekend you might need to wait 10-15 minutes for a table, but it's worth it.
4.5 based on 71 reviews
A unique experience of singularity and exclusivity, accessible to everyone. Appetizers and specialties inspired on the rich and flavourful Portuguese gastronomy. A special Portuguese wine selection, cocktails and many other surprises.
What a lovely family run place! The large windows allow you to see in on the modern décor and once inside they give the place a light, airy ambience. The furniture mixes modern simplicity with retro chic - understated and just right.(Not a disposable paper tablecloth in sight!) The wine glasses are proper wine glasses. The menu is a mix of stuff, surely giving everyone the opportunity to pick something they will like. Even the 'tipico' dishes are given a modern makeover. I had a dish of the day which consisted of some lovely home-made fishcakes and my husband had a steak served in a sumptuous 'house' sauce. For dessert we chose a home-made cheesecake (made by a family member), gorgeous! We plan to go back with several relatives to sample the tapas menu.
4 based on 48 reviews
The restaurant is in one of the rooms of the Palácio da Viscondessa. The main room if all in painted wood, beautiful really. The food was great and the wine selection was quite good. The staff was friendly, although sometimes we had to ask to be served of water or wine as they take the bottles from the table and were not always attentive to wether our glasses were full or not. But this was a minor inconvenience.
4 based on 31 reviews
The Retalhinho it is a wonderful plece ronded by nature with a fantastic vue at montain. we have also and-crafit suvenir end a logement the house of Urze
After a long hike, we went to this small restaurant for lunch. It was a traditional stone building with cozy interiors, with a great view.
The gentleman (speak English) and his wife were very friendly and welcoming. We had three different types of bread, olives, and cheese for starters. The only meal available for lunch was Chanfana. The lady of the house served big portions of Chanfana in traditional clay pot along with boiled potatoes and blanched Portuguese spinach (sorry, I forgot the name) in olive oil. The food was really tasty and in the end we were really full without space for a desert. The food was very reasonably priced.
I would totally recommend this nice restaurant to anybody going to Talasnal.
4 based on 76 reviews
Simple standard, fairly large, Portuguese restaurant frequented by locals. Tasty well prepared home made dishes, including local specialities like Chanfana and Leitao, at good prices. All inclusive menus on weekdays. Walk through the cafe and you will end up in the busy restaurant.
Friendly efficient staff.
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