"Watch out for Adega do Saraiva, the restaurant where everything is so good that you need to have a bigger stomach than your eyes," Miguel Esteves Cardoso wrote in one of his Público chronicles, referring to the Portuguese saying “eyes bigger than your stomach” which is to stay you’re “biting more than you can chew”. A great truth when it comes to this traditional house in Nafarros, famous for its roasted kid goat, a decades-long recipe, which can also be ordered to go. Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays have a great Portuguese stew and a well-known cod à Tia Emília.
Perfect for: dragging your group for a lunch in Sintra.
Must try: the roasted kid goat.