Forte e Feio
Forte e Feio
The Forte e Feio Restaurant first opened for business in 1996 in a very old building in Largo da Barca Square that was originally one of the dockside warehouses. The stone walls and wooden beams have been preserved, enhancing the sense of bygone days and providing an ambience replete with charm and tradition.
Characteristic of the restaurants in Portimão, fresh fish takes pride of place on the menu at the Forte e Feio. It comes fresh from the daily fish auction in Portimão and the quality and variety are second to none.
Apart from the charcoal-grilled fresh fish, among which the famous Portimão sardines reign supreme, there are many other gems from Portimão’s vast gastronomy for you to sample. Try the maize porridge with cockles, the razor-clam soup, the bean and whelk stew, the battered sardines and the skate cooked in garlic and olive oil.
The desserts are every bit as traditional and you can round off your meal with a delicious sweet such as honey and walnut ensopado, peanut mousse or fig dessert.
Enjoying a typical and peaceful setting, this restaurant in Portimão has its own unique identity, enhanced by the quality of the cuisine and the friendly, professional and bilingual service.
At the Forte e Feio Restaurant, you can expect typical Portimão cuisine, a family ambience, and an architecturally interesting setting that seeks to preserve its historical heritage and maintain the link with the activities that were part of daily life in bygone days in Largo da Barca.
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