The sweetest time of the year is coming and nothing better than celebrating it safely. Since we can't have lunch outside, do the traditional egg hunt with the family or even go for a walk… if you don't go until Easter, Easter comes to you!
We all know that, according to tradition, at Easter Sunday lunch, leg of lamb is more than right on the menu. With the Quinta do Lago, you can choose between "the matured sirloin of beef or the leg of lamb, accompanied by roasted potatoes with thyme, carrots roasted in honey, cauliflower, broccoli and green beans."
This offer works under regime home delivery (home delivery) or takeaways (ready-to-eat).
You can see all the necessary information at website.
Em Farothe Eva Senses Hotel features a special menu for Easter. With prices starting at 20 euros and offering a bottle of wine, the choice goes through the following options: «cod stuffed on bread with spinach, country chicken roasted in clay with citrus fruit, roast suckling pig Bairrada and roasted lamb in the oven, as tradition dictates'. To accompany it, you can choose from «roasted potatoes with thyme and lemon, oven rice with giblets, roasted vegetables and homemade “Pala-pala” sweet potatoes».
For dessert, «a honey folar, cream milk with lemon and cinnamon or chocolate mousse with almond and salt flower.»
You can place your order until 13pm on April 00st, by calling +1 351 289 001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
O Hotel Faro «brings tradition to your home». With a menu of 49 euros for two people, «from Seafood to Lamb, passing by Bacalhau and not forgetting the fantastic Folar de Olhão, among many other delicious delicacies, nothing will be left to chance».
The service is from delivery, if you wish.
See the menu through the website.
O Vila Vita and the service Home&Away they want to give you "the easiest Easter ever." On April 3rd and 4th, you can receive a brunch stuffed with delicacies. The menu can be for 2 or 4 people and deliveries are made within a radius of 50 kilometers, between Olhão and Lagos.
Be sure to pamper your family even from a distance. Vila Vita suggests that «offer your family a fabulous brunch of Easter without having to move a finger! Bring together the people who matter and enjoy a delicious meal in a place that is uniquely yours.”
The menu can be consulted here.
For the Algarvians, the folar is also an obligatory presence at the Easter table. The Olhão Folar, or Folar of Leaves, is known for its appearance and flavor. It is made in layers that refer to leaves, with butter, sugar and cinnamon. According to tradition, this cake symbolizes reconciliation and friendship, for this reason godmothers usually offer their godchildren “the Easter cake” as a gift.
Na kubidoce, in Olhão, in addition to the traditional folar, you can find chocolate, sweet potato, orange, fig and almond, among other delicacies.
Cousins Box, a new business in which two cousins have joined, to win the pandemic at an economic level, and are “offering” the customer a snack in a box, at the door of their house. At this time of year, they wouldn't let the date go unnoticed and created the "Happy Easter Box", consisting of a mini folar, a mini sponge cake, chocolate covered almonds, egg stuffed with mousse of oreum, noodles and a small bunch of flowers.
You can get this box for 20 euros.
Traditional Easter eggs are available in all hypermarkets, but… And what if you had your own stuffed spoon egg made to measure? Ferrero, óreo, kinder bueno, chocolate, strawberry, are some of the flavors you can order at sweet belle, em Faro.
You can choose to order individually or a box with 3 stuffed eggs.
Here is a great suggestion for a very different and delicious Easter gift.
In Portimão, in the love of slices , the traditional algarvian cakes, such as almond morgado, are the protagonists of the lunch, because according to tradition this is the cake that is made in the exchange of gifts between godchildren and godparents.
From €10, delivery is made at your address and for cakes by the dozen, if you buy 12, you only pay 10 units.
There are several options and all of them are typically from the Algarve and traditional from the western Algarve. From the fine dessert, D. Rodrigos, to caramelized almonds.
Here are several very tasty suggestions to enjoy a safe Easter filled with good food.