Nice restaurant located in an old olive oil factory. We have very typical regional Portuguese food. Very flavour-sum with nice atmosphere and great service. It was a good choice.
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Great tomato soup, the people is friendly, the food is very good and the space is a wonderfull old wine house or cellar, very well decorated.
Based on reviews, really wanted to eat here. And it was within walking distance, even for one with limited mobility, of the Vila Planicie where we lodged. Unfortunately, it is open only on weekends.
Great food for your palate and for paying the bill you’ll not touch too much money. Eating on the terrace you’ll be looking at the beautiful medieval town on the hill while smelling the countryside flowers perfumes and listening the birds singing. Enjoy!
We have been three times to this restaurant now, once as a couple in the winter (when the fire was lit), once with family, including young grandchildren (when we sat outside and the toddler could run round the grounds while we waited) and once with...More
We had an excellent diner at this beautiful location. Very nice petiscos (tapas like snacks) among which the homemade Dutch croquetes. This followed by succulent sheep and delicate bacalau dishes and finished with a choice of deserts, among which a fabulous chocolate mousse. All this...More
The food is fantastic and we are not able to pick one dish over the other. We had several dishes and were impressed by the great taste and quality. Sem-Fim is an extraordinary place with a cosy feel. From the outside the restaurant doesn't look...More
went to Sem Fim with family and friends and overall, again, a great experience. this time we've tried the gazpacho with nephrops and it was delicious. also the octopus and bull stew were 5*. very friendly service, the restaurant continues to be a great experience...More
A treat in Telheiro Having read the reviews after we went, I was somewhat surprised by the negative ones. We had a wonderful time. Our waiter, I forgot to ask his name, recommended some great white wine – Joaquim Madeira – from the region and...More