The emblem of this restaurant is three barrels, a name that highlights its close relationship with local wine production. This family-run business has been growing slowly but surely and now includes a bar at the entrance, a small shop selling local products, and no fewer than five dining rooms, all with stone walls and decorative details relating to the world of wine. Home cooking is to the fore here, with delicious daily specials and dishes typical of the Beira Alta region. Make sure you try the octopus, the signature roast kid, and the 3-Pipos cod with “broa” (cornbread).
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