Restaurant Pérola do Fétal is a culinary restaurant situated in a small village close to both the famous Fatima shrine and the Unesco world heritage town of Batalha.
The restaurant has gained many awards of excellence over the past 20 years and is well worth a visit. The restaurant serves regional and traditional cuisine with a modern gastronomy touch and served in a modern, comfortable surrounding.
The restaurant is large and airy and has an outside area where children can play safely.
The restaurant is spread over 2 rooms. One used for an extensive and excellent buffet consisting of delicacies that will tempt your taste buds to the extreme and another for its excellent and extensive menu.
The restaurant can host large groups but reservation is required.
The restaurant is very popular and situated just a few kilometers from both Fatima and Batalha.
Duck Rice with Orange
(Rice sandwiched with a layer of shredded duck, flavored with port wine)
(Stained Pork tenderloin, trimmed of crushed potato and Alheira)
Little cheeks Pig with Campestre Oil
(Stained Pork cheeks, garnished bread soup Corn and Asparagus)
(Garnished grilled Posta potato Murro and Migas)
(Stag Roll garnished with spinach broccoli)
Goat Hill with Kid Rice
(Kid Baked, studded with Roasted Potatoes and Vegetables Kid and rice) (Only on Sundays, holidays or on demand)
Creamy cod with shrimp sauce
(Shredded cod, potatoes, Bechamel Sauce and Shrimp)
(Cod baked in the oven to put, covered with bread, garnished flavored potato oregano and migas)
bass with clams
(Colored striped bass and Clams and Açorda with the freshness of the asparagus)
Supreme Octopus in Olive Oil
(Grilled Octopus, Garnished potatoes to Murro and Migas)
Monkfish Rice with Prawns
(Flavored monkfish rice with coriander)
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