Really good Portuguese family run restaurant, home cooking , massive portions, full of locals and tourists even on a Monday night. Good selection of local wines at reasonable prices. Definitely a must for any trip to Obidos.
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This is a family managed restaurant just outside the old town of obidos. Service is well, good English spoken. About the quality of the food, I can be short. It is just ok. We had fish and meat. I have had much better food in...More
We went here as it was two steps from our hotel, but were surprised at how wonderful this place turned out to be. Service was excellent and food was delicious. We had grilled octopus, our kids had pork loin with mushrooms, soup and desserts. They...More
We had a great dinning experience being cared by the Family. The food is spectacular, servings portions are adequate and in some cases even to share. We just visited in June '16 with our Uncle who lives in Portugal and knows the Family cast. After...More
So we planned a dinner and concert for the evening outside the walls of Obibos center and unfortunately we couldn't get into a restaurant that had been recommended to us. Short on time we wandered into Vila Infant a for a quick salad and wine....More
Very friendly restaurant (5 minute walk from Quinta da Olivia). The owner is charming and informative, speaks good English. The cuisine is Portuguese, and they do a good job with the local fish. Portions are large and sharable
On a local recommendation I went to the Infanta for a Sunday lunch. I was pleasantly surprised to see it is a family owned and operated business, and the food proudly displayed that vibe. I had the special of the day called (loosely translated as)...More
This and the cafe next door are the best places to eat in Obidos. And both get very busy. The food here is traditional and delicious. The service is exceptional and friendly. A must do in Obidos.
This is an amazing and authentic restaurant you should give a try if around Obidos. Staff is great, food is spectacular (both fish & meat), portions are huge and the house wine is great. We had Picanha, I truly loved it!