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Savoury Suppers

We offer you the option of pre-ordering a “Savoury Supper” or “Petiscos” meaning small savoury dishes in Portuguese. An ideal way for you to just relax following a day of travel, or maybe you are returning from a busy day of exploring.

Supper must be ordered (a minimum of 24 hours for cold and 48 hours for hot) in advance for you to enjoy in the comfort of your accommodation between the hours of 7 – 10 pm. We offer a choice of three cold and one hot supper based on a minimum of two persons sharing, @ 10 euros per person.

Da Terra: Portuguese omelette with seasonal filling, A selection of cured meats and regional cheeses, linguica sausages, green salad, tomato and onion salad, olives, our pickled bantam eggs, alioli/garlic sauce served with locally baked bread and our home made cucumber and sweet onion chutneys.

Do Mar: Portuguese omelette with seasonal filling, bacalhau/cod cakes, brochette with salmon and cream cheese, tomatoes and basil, green salad, tomato and onion salad, olives, our pickled bantam eggs, alioli/garlic sauce served with locally baked bread and our home made cucumber and sweet onion chutneys.

O Tudo: Portuguese omelette with seasonal filling, bacalhau/cod cakes, a selection of cured meats, a regional cheese, tomatoes and onion salad, our pickled bantam eggs, alioli/garlic sauce served with locally baked bread and our home made cucumber and sweet onion chutneys.

Our suppers include produce sourced here at Monte da Quinta: tomatoes, cucumbers, onions, lettuce, bantam eggs, home made chutneys, herbs and spices.

Bacalhau a Casa: Traditional Portuguese dish cooked to order and delivered to Monte da Quinta.
Our “Bacalhau a Casa” is served with a tomato and onion salad and a mixed seasonal salad.

Bacalhau com natas, is a creamy cod dish. Oven-baked and consisting of layers of bacalhau, onion, diced fried potato and cream. Use of dairy such as cream or cheese is not common in traditional Portuguese main courses, however the popularity of this dish—in households and restaurants—make it a classic.