We loved our meal at 'A taska'. Cooking on a hot stone was quite a novelty- all the meats were delicious but I think the starters stole the show! I had goats cheese with apple and a fig jam and it was quite simply perfection....More
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Just returned from 2 weeks in Tavira. Visited the A Taska twice. We had not read any reviews prior to our trip. What an amazing little restaurant. Small, intimate, amazing decor & wonderful ambiance. Not a large menu but what they serve up is great...More
Walked in off a narrow street into a small, beautifully decorated restaurant. Lovely atmosphere and music. Ordered steak, selected our salad, bread and drinks. Food was Devine. Best meal we have had in 5 weeks in Europe. The service was excellent. Wish we knew about...More
We decided to try this restaurant as I had heard about hot sto e restaurants but had never experienced one. My husband and I both ordered chicken on a stone and asked what it was served with. We were told vegetables and chips. When it...More
Our recent meal was excellent from start to finish, and lived up to billing. We started with a regional specialty: a thick slice of apple topped with a thick round of goat cheese and glazed with fig jam, served warm and just luscious. Our mixed...More
We to A Taska on our first night in tavira based on trip advisor recommendations. Specialises in meats...had a lovely starter of fried bacon and dates followed by steak on a stone...all excellent...house red good as well. We Will return...
Had lots of good meals in Tavira but this was exceptional. None of the others we visited provided 3 courses that were all excellent. We followed the advice of a previous contributor and chose the goats cheese and apple starter. Probably not the dish we...More
Lovely tiny restaurant up a side street specialising in meats cooked at the table on a hot stone. Meat was very tender and tasty.Try the baked goats cheese on sliced apple starter really really good. Service was excellent the waiter charming.
This was one of our most frequented restaurants when we stayed in Tavira. Tucked down a road just a few feet from the main centre of Tavira, this was a lucky find. The starters were very good, an apple and goat's cheese affair was bursting...More