Of course the historical setting of the monastery sets the mood for a nice dinner but you should also come to enjoy the talent of the chef. The dishes we had were clearly off the beaten path of the touristy places around and offered a genuine taste of the country. I still remember a week late the subtle dry tuna, perfect starter and the very tasty cod with favas and chorizo, mixing land and sea flavors. Nice deserts and decent wine list. Our most enjoyable food in Tavira.
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