The olive oil is great. The food was okay. The specialty was also ok. Maybe other dishes are better.
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Hard to believe what you can find out in the middle of nowhere, but every trip we always stumble upon some fantastic place that seemingly should be in the big city instead of in the country side. This is such a place. Beautiful building, inside...More
After year I went back and the restaurant didn't disappointed at all. The environment and decoration is great, but the best is the food! You have a wide selection of mains courses . We've try the Maria Rita cod, and all the meat main courses!...More
If you want the portuguese experience go now! Maria Rita is a fine restaurant true to tradition and to portuguese gastronomy. Their alheiras and olive oil are to die for.
We traveled 180 km at night, throught the narrowest road ever, just to have dinner over Maria Rita, last week. To tell the truth, we wil do it again, once or twice, should we had to come back to eat the best meal ever. People...More
It's been over a decade since I last visited Maria Rita, in Romeu. I had been there several times on my way from Spain and loved it every single time. I recently was in the vicinity and decided to check if the restaurant was still...More
After a long trip and a little bit of navigating we managed to find this wonderful restaurant. The outside looks like any other house in the town, and it looks great. The decoration meets the traditional standards for the northeast of Portugal and is very...More
Maria Rita has resisted to time, motorways, economic crisis: fifty years later, quality never ceased to improve, decoration became exquisite... and food not only preserved the best of old time, slow time cooking methods, but it also found new ways of preparing the products of...More
This is one of the most wonderfull restuarants i ever been. Is located in a small village, in a typic house. In winter is very warm and cosy. The food is excelent! I recomend "spoa sec". You should book before going there. A great experience.
After leaving the Picos de Europa(Spain), we headed south & this was out 1st lunch in Portugal. I was drawn there by a guide book which said the building has been a restaurant since the Middle Ages. Their wine & olive oil were SPECIAL. Comfortable...More