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Restaurant ordering - tap water

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Later this week I'll be going to: Netherlands, Belgium, France and Portugal (maybe Germany too).

Is it frowned up to ask for 'tap water' in restaurants? I generally don't even like wine/beer as my tolerance for alcohol is not that high. Since I'll be eating out 2-3 x per day, I want to save some money from buying fancy bottled water if possible. Besides, I drink from tap as soon as I'm back at the hotel anyway.

What's the correct way / phrases to ask for tap water in French and Portuguese?

TIA

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