Restaurante del Parador Casa da Ínsua

The delight of Portuguese cuisine

Restaurant of the Parador Casa da Ínsua

, 3550-126, Penalva do Castelo (Portugal)
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The delight of Portuguese cuisine

The restaurant of the Parador Casa da Ínsua allows you to enjoy an updated vision of the varied traditional cuisine of the Portuguese region of Dâo, with flavours such as green broth, rice dishes, veal or cod in its multiple presentations. A proposal open to other international creations and where artisan desserts, such as castendo, stand out.

Restaurant of the Parador Casa da Ínsua

Dining surrounded by romantic gardens

A beautiful and pleasant space located in the noble part of the Baroque-style stately home, ideal for discovering Portuguese gastronomy. The menu also includes products produced on the estate itself, such as Bravo de Esmolfe apples and Serra da Estrela sheep cheeses, both with Designations of Origin, as well as wines produced in the cellar.

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