Fodor's Expert Review Dom Duarte
The dishes of the day at this bustling second-floor restaurant are excellent value, and the house wine—from a local producers' cooperative—goes down well, too. Some tables in the main dining room have views of the monastery, but at peak times you may be seated on the covered terrace in back. Try the house bacalhau (fried with onions and tomato), roast octopus, barbecued squid, or lamb chops.
Praça Dom João I, 5C
Batalha, Leiria 2440–108, Portugal
244 766 326
- Specializes in a range of tasty bacalhau dishes
- Everything served in generous portions
- Friendly service