Traditional smells and tastes

Aveiro, Portugal


We wish to try out something new. We are filled with the Portuguese welcoming spirit and eager to share the Portuguese traditional cuisine.

Appetizer - homemade chorizo and homemade corn bread
Starter - vegetable soup and home-made bread
Main course - roast veal with potatoes, white rice and vegetable salad
Dessert - angel hair (aletria - tradicional )
Drinks - red wine, beer or juice and water

Menu composition:

  • Appetizer
  • Starter
  • Main course
  • Dessert
  • Alcoholic beverage


  • Format: Dinner
  • Type: Portuguese cuisine

Guest preferences

  • Minimum: 3 people
  • Maximum: 9 people
  • Table suited to: Locals, Tourists, Foreigners

Previously at Isaura Maria's table

Discover some dishes out of Isaura Maria's kitchen in order to whet your appetite!

  • Vegetable soup with home made bread

    Vegetable soup with home made bread


    Vegetable soup cooked with organic, fresh vegetables: carrot, onion, leek, pumpkin and olive oil cream, with sliced cabbage.

  • Roast veal

    Roast veal

    Main course

    Roast veal traditionally cooked with herbs and spices. Tender, succulent beef from cattle raised in the surrounding mountains. These cattle graze the whole day on spontaneous mountain plants.

  • Roast potatoes, rice from the oven and salad.

    Roast potatoes, rice from the oven and salad.


    Potatoes roasted in the oven in the roast juice and rice cooked in the oven with meat stock and chorizo.
    Mixed salad or spring salad.

  • Aletria (angel hair pudding)

    Aletria (angel hair pudding)


    Very traditional locally. Angel hair pasta cooked in milk, eggs, cinnamon and with a peel of lemon.

  • Charred chorizo

    Charred chorizo


    Home made chorizo, charred on the grill sided with farm bread. This is your very first bite into this journey.

  • Codfish with corn bread

    Codfish with corn bread

    Main course

    Cod is one of the most traditional Portuguese dishes. It is said that there are over one thousand recipes for cod, which makes it one of the most versatile ingredients of the Portuguese cuisine.