Adega do Saraiva

Restaurants, Portuguese Sintra
Adega do Saraiva
Fotografia: Ana Luzia

A Nafarros pilgrimage destination, Adega do Saraiva is mostly famous for its kid goat roast, whose recipe has remained unchanged for decades. But there is more to sink your teeth into: roast cod, cuttlefish with beans and fish stew. Portuguese writer Miguel Esteves Cardoso said it best: “The dishes are superb: delicious, generously apportioned and modestly priced. Be careful not to eat too much.”

Time Out tips:

– Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, a renowned “cozido” is also served.

– Go on an empty stomach. Even the bread will tempt you.

– Wine is not the restaurant's strong suits. If you want the good stuff, bring it with you.



Venue name: Adega do Saraiva
Address: Largo do Paquete, 4
Opening hours: Tue-Sat 12.30pm-3.30pm & 7pm-10pm; Sun 12.15pm-4pm
Price: Up to €20
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