We stopped here for lunch while exploring Tomar. Our group all enjoyed their lunch: two had swordfish, and I tried a Portuguese vegetarian daily special. All very nice.
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This restaurant does a limited menu which changes each day. They have an English translation available. Main courses are about 6 euros. We had an enormous black pudding and a pork steak with tasty vegetables. The house wine was cheap and good. Staff were welcoming....More
If you are looking for great local wine and food, excellent service with all the qualities of old fashioned home cooking, Restaurant Tomaz is the place to go. Placed in the center of Tomar, with plenty of places to park (at least off season) it...More
A small restaurant, we had to wait a little, but good choice. More than worth! It was busy, so the 2 girls worked hard to help each customer. We had quickly our meal.
We stumbled across this little restaurant after visiting the castle of Tomar. It is very small but the food was tasty (every day another variety of Portuguese food) and the prices very low. Service was great too, we can absolutely recommend this place!
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My wife and I stopped here for lunch at a leaf shaded curb-side table. The Portuguese menu has an English translation. We had the cod fish with potatoes and vegetables. It was very good!
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The food is very tasty, with great flavors, which is what you expect at a restaurant. Mission accomplished right away. And the staff is friendly, helpful, which helps to have a nicer experience. And the location is great, right in the center, which is perfect....More
Came here with fiends as drop ins as we were looking for a place to eat that would be still open at 15.00 on a Saturday and everything around seemed to be closed. Well we had a delicious fish and meat excellent house wine and...More
The only place in Portugal where you're at risk to fall in love with the Portuguese kitchen! The place is cosy, people are very nice and the dishes... well, you have to taste them. Just beware: when they say "large" dish they mean something from...More
My wife and I stumbled upon this gem for lunch while in Tomar and left very happy. They had about 10 daily specials along with a menu on English that allowed us to identify what each plate was. I ordered a sausage dish which was...More