domingo, 28 de maio de 2017

A Taberna do Adro e a Confraria da Amêndoa do Douro Superior

Right by the church in the quiet village of Vila Fernando, near Elvas, Taberna do Adro is a dainty tavern that is balm to the weary traveller and a boon to his stomach. We arrived late after a long journey from Madrid and were soon treated to a cornucopia of dishes illustrating the genius of Alentejo cooking: roasted peppers in olive oil, tiborna (similar to bruschetta), wild asparagus with scrambled eggs, runny and piquant sheep’s cheese, broad beans with chouriço and cured ham that melts on your tongue. Expect to pay a little bit more than in an average village restaurant – and to be happy to do so.
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In: https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2017/apr/13/best-of-rural-portugal-alentejo-readers-travel-tips

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