We were the first table; had a delicious steak with egg and fries, but the service was terrible. They need more waiters. It took forever to get anything.
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Ths is a charming restaurant serving great Alentejo meals and wine. The Ensopado de borrego (lamb stew) is so tasty with lots of meat and potatoes. There are also opportunities to have wild boar, fish stew and migas. The cover starter is bread, olives and...More
Very good dried ham and cheese with the olives and the bread. The red wine was OK and the wild boar was excellent.
Just been here today and had to leave a review! Very offhand young waiter, be careful not to have the entrada they offer. We thought it would be a few euro but they charged €8 for some tiny olives, 2 slices bread cut half, a...More
We saught this restaurant out because of it's review in Lonely Planet guide...what a mistake!! The recommendation/attraction was the 'boar stew'... We should have realised something was 'wrong' when this restaurant was deserted & the one across the road was packed.. When we sat down,...More
This has been my third time at Esquina. When I decide to go south to Algarve I tend to choose this route which normally includes a couple of stops: Serpa, São Domingos and Mértola. The scenery is marvelous and it normally includes a stop at...More
I had lunch here with my family, and I found this place overpriced for the quality of the food, the quantity is good but it lacks taste. Besides that the staff isn't very polite.