Guimares has many restaurants around old town, most are just OK (except Historico which felt cold and just-for-tourists.) At the recommendation of our Pousada, we went to Nora Ze Da Curva and were exceedingly pleased. It is hard to find, on a little street in old town called Rua da Rainha d'Maria, and upstairs (which makes for peaceful dining) in a well restored historic building: look for the sign at # 125 or 129. The food was exceptional, and the owner very very accommodating and friendly, showing my husband the reconstruction details he was interested in, all the perfect English.
fantastic restaurant in historic Guimares: Nora Ze Da Curva ”
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