A most enjoyable feast of local cuisine. A family owned restaurant with a lovely, accommodating staff. We had the best meal of our Portugal trip here.
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The food selections were wide and delicious. I had a shrimp plate and it was the best I have ever eaten. The restaurant itself was amazing and the staff friendly and professional
We were on our way to the north and we stoped in Fátima for lunch, we came to crispim as they close at 4pm and all other closed at 3PM. It was a happy surprise topical food grill fish and meat with several different side...More
We had lunch in the outdoor area. It was a wonderful meal. So many great choices, extras, huge portions and lovely atmosphere. The service was excellent and the staff really made the experience delightful.
Its a restaurant that looks like a Tavern and has a house wine that’s served in wood jar. They can serve the food in swords or in plates depending on the order. Fresh homemade cheese. Flavory meat. One of the best meat places we’ve eaten.
The meal was absolutely appalling. Whilst we were there, a ((I think) millionaire who owned a lot of property in Fatima and was dining with approx 12 others. Our meal was awful and the service even worse. It took to shouting to get a response....More
Our tour guide recommended this wonderful restaurant while we were in Fatima and we are so glad he did. The appetizers were enough to fill you. Freshly made white soft cheese, home made sausages, and freshly baked bread. The lamb chops were the best we...More
Just minutes from the Sanctuary of our Lady of Fatima, this restaurant surprised us with welcoming and very accommodating staff. Fantastic meats were served in large proportions are tender and delicious! The shrimps are large with the right amount of seasoning are definitely the best....More
From entree to ambiance and staff.... Fantastic ! Thank god we were famished because the portions were truly large, and yes, delectable and pleasing to the palate. The staff was helpful and respectful inspite of the fact that there is a language barrier.