Fodor's Expert Review Restaurante Típico Dom Roberto
The wooden sign and the rustic balcony outside may remind Americans of the Old West, but this delightfully rustic restaurant in Gimonde, 8 km (5 miles) east of Bragança, is Portuguese through and through. Hanging on the wall are hams from native bísaro pigs, and the menu features local game like hare, wild boar, and pheasants. For dessert, try the creamy rice pudding or local cheese with homemade compote.
Rua Coronel Álvaro Cepeda 1
Gimonde, Bragança 5300–553, Portugal
- Ingredients are sourced from local farms
- Old hunting tools adorn the walls
- Next to a store selling regional goods