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Enjoy the fabulous great authentic tastes in this Portuguese restaurant where food is served in stylish and elegant surroundings. This highly recommended restaurant in Corby is well worth a visit.
RESTAURANTS - PORTUGUESE
Situated in Occupation Road, Corby, A Tasca is an authentic Portuguese Restaurant, owned and run by Alfredo and Helder. From the tasteful decor, to the table settings and onto the menu everything reflects Portugal and it's Cuisine.
A La Carte menu:
Their A La Carte menu has a great selection of traditional Portuguese dishes. Piri Piri Chicken is the most widely known Portuguese food but there are lots more to choose from.
For instance there's Peitos De Frango Recheados - boneless chicken breast stuffed with ham and cheese topped with a creamy mushroom sauce and pieces of cheddar cheese served with seasonal vegetables and potatoes.
Or how about Bife a Portuguesa - tender sirloin steak sizzled in white wine and fresh garlic, topped with prosciutto and served with hand cut sliced golden potatoes.
With helpful, friendly staff, A Tasca brings the wonderful flavours of Portugal to Corby, not just in the food but in the decor, in the traditional background music and in the general ambience of the restaurant, that would not be out of place nestled amongst the Restaurants of Notting Hill.
If you haven't already had the chance to dine out at A Tasca in Corby, then you should do so very soon - you won't be disappointed.
A Tasca Portuguese Restaurant is open
Tuesday to Sunday
12pm to 3pm and 6pm to 11pm
When you enjoy the great food and wines you can purchase some of the ingredients, cheeses and wines at their shop next door.
Please mention thebestof corby when contacting this Portuguese Restaurant
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