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Best Portuguese Restaurants in New England?

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What are some good Portuguese restaurants in New England? I really like Casa Portugal in Cambridge and Estoril in Fall River and have heard good things about several other places in Fall River as well as New Bedford (and I know about a few others in Cambridge), but what other Portuguese restaurants around New England are worth going to? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 12/2/08 by hiddenboston)

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Raquelle wrote:
Casa Portugal in Inman Square for sure! They have superb febras grelhadas and their mousse de chocolate is to die for.
(Posted on 6/28/09)

starsquiggle wrote:
The Azorean in Gloucester.
(Posted on 6/28/09)

FRS wrote:
The Cinderella in Fall River is by far the best. Other good places in Fall River include T.A.'s, Sagres and a hole-in-the-wall bar called O' Gil's. Cavaleiro's in Lowell is excellent. The Azorean and Casa Portugal are OK, but nothing to write home about. I'm Portuguese and have been to all of these. I understand that Antonio's in New Bedford is excellent, but haven't been there yet.
(Posted on 11/4/09)

D wrote:
Trackside in Peabody.
(Posted on 11/6/09)

CJ wrote:
For me, the best Portuguese food is available in Fall River MA. A bunch are listed on www.corkyrow.com - I've been to at least half of them, and I loved them all. Prices are cheap, and you get plenty of food - all of it delicious. I make the trip in from Providence about once a month or so. Totally worth it.
(Posted on 1/15/11)

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