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Alentejo à Mesa, the hotel’s soul, is clearly a “must visit” restaurant. Its delicious, traditional cuisine and award winning wines will definitely conquer all guests and visitors.

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Its wine by-the-glass tastings are highly and particularly recommended. Wines come straight from some of the best wine producers and estates in the region such as the ones from João Portugal Ramos, Quinta do Carmo, Dona Maria, Adega de Borba and Herdade das Servas. The restaurant offers a good selection of tasting dishes with the best Alentejo flavours, which may be enjoyed at table with friends or family. If you fancy these wines, you may buy a few bottles to take them home with you.

These are some of the dishes you may like to try:

Soups

Bread soup from Alentejo, Tomato soup, Gazpacho from Andalucia

Starters

Cured ham, Regional cheese, Cheese with oreganos au gratin, Scrambled eggs with asparagus, Scrambled eggs with "farinheira" (a type of smoked sausage made with wheat flour, pork fat and seasonings such as white wine, paprika, salt and pepper), Mushrooms in the oven, Chickpeas with codfish

Main courses

Codfish with thyme, roast potatoes and sauteed spinach leaves, Codfish involved in the crust of the traditional Alentejo bread with flavoured "farinheira", Dogfish with royal bread soup with coriander, Iberian pork tenderloin with green asparagus "migas" (flavoured bread crumbs), Pork cheeks in Alentejo wine

Dishes that take a little longer

Succulent kid with golden potatoes and mashed spinach, Roast lamb in traditional oven

Wine by-the-glass*

João Portugal Ramos, Quinta do Carmo, Dona Maria, Adega de Borba, Herdade das Servas (*ask for the wine of the day)

Sweets to die for

"Pijamas" (a set of little portions of all sweets for a perfect tasting!)