Restaurant

Cervejaria João Gordo

6 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Nuno
Nuno
August 14, 2016
This restaurant really knows how to fill you up! Family and friends can have a lovely tapas style meal trying nearly every appetiser on the menu instead of ordering main meals, if the objective is diversity. Staff knows good English and are very helpful. Everyday is busy so if you don’t show up…
Mônica
Mônica
February 26, 2019
Aberto até tarde! Bom Peixe e bom Marisco
Julian
Julian
September 1, 2017
Le site à visiter sur Leiria. Cuisine traditionnelle de qualité, même si la qualité à un coût...
Inês
Inês
July 30, 2017
Marisco Fresco, Bifes Fantásticos, cerveja de pressão em reservatório 1000 Lt...
Daniel
Daniel
July 17, 2017
Espaço recente que conquistou rapidamente o estomago de muitos que por lá passaram. Simpatia no atendimento e comida muito boa

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Location
29 Rua Dom Carlos I
2415
Phone244 881 483