On the banks of the Tagus, Dourdan was fascinated by the Palmeira restaurant, in Alcochete. “The fish was so fresh and was on display at the door waiting to be served”. It was here that he tried sea bass and fried eels, washed down with a cool white wine. “Portuguese wine is really good, but I’ll have to try more before I can choose a favourite.” Of seaside eateries, Dourdan picks out Comporta Café, where, apart from great grilled fish, he was rewarded with an array of seafood.
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