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A combination of Portuguese food with French cuisine. If you're planning on going there, make sure to call and book a table in advance.
Quaint part of town, small with a great atmosphere. Food was absolutely wonderful and delicious. Very nice selection of wines. The desserts are just heavenly. It’s kind of a romantic place so it’s a good option for couples but also families. Book table ahead!
O melhor restaurante de Leiria, com conceito francês, com comida de excelência e preço acessível.
Comida bem confeccionada saborosa e servida com requinte. Aconselha-se a reserva antecipada, tem uma carta de menus interessante no entanto há sempre uma sugestão do dia para um prato de carne, peixe e sobremesa.
Comida estilo "Nouvelle Cuisine". Muito saborosa, com acompanhamentos e temperos mais fora do vulgar. Excelentes sobremesas.
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“Coming up from the city, visitors enter Leiria Castle through the Albacara Gateway. Inside this defensive bastion, there are various historical points of interest that have been well preserved. They include the Church of Nossa Senhora da Pena, the former Royal Palaces and the Keep in addition to wonderful views out over the surrounding countryside. The architecture clearly indicates the medieval origins of this city. It was conquered by the first king of Portugal Afonso Henriques in 1135. He ordered a small chapel be built in honour of Our Lady of Mercy before handing over this military stronghold to Paio Guterres, the first governor of Leiria. Towards the end of the century, the castle walls were reinforced by king Sancho I after the region was finally secured by the Christian crusaders.”
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