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Welcome to Baia de Cascais
Restaurant & Cafe

Baia de Cascais restaurant, Bedford, was established in 2010 to cater for Portuguese dining. The owner originates from the Bay of Cascais known for its fishing. Fish is a staple diet of the Portugese and is cooked in a variety of different ways. At Baia de Cascais you can try these authentic dishes.
At Baia de Cascais we offer two services. During the day we offer a Breakfast and Café Menu and in the evenings our Portuguese Restaurant menu. We were voted the best breakfast in the Bedford Area by Tripadvisor.
The atmosphere is cheery and cosy; somewhere to relax while you eat and drink. The staff are friendly and you only have to ask. If you have special dietary requirements then let us know and we will make sure that your needs are taken care of.
You need not miss out on your business as we are fully equipped with wi-fi internet access.

About Portugese Food

Portuguese cuisine is fundamentally rich, filling Baia de Cascais Frontage and full-flavoured, its dishes being closely related to Mediterranean cuisine. The wide variety of spices used was influenced by Portugal's former colonies. These spices include piri piri and black pepper, cinnamon, vanilla and saffron. When cooking meals, and flavouring them, olive oil is one of the main ingredients. Widely used are garlic, coriander and parsley.
Portugal is a seafaring nation with a well-developed fishing industry and this is reflected in the amount of fish and seafood eaten. The country has Europe's highest fish consumption per capita and is among the top four consumers in the world. Fish is served grilled, boiled (including poached and simmered), fried or deep-fried, stewed (often in clay pot cooking) or even roasted. Foremost amongst these is bacalhau (cod), which is the type of fish most consumed in Portugal. It is said that there are more than 365 ways to cook cod, one for every day of the year. Cod is almost always used dried and salted. The simpler fish dishes are often flavoured with virgin olive oil and white wine vinegar.

Extract from THE TIMES Friday November 11, 2011

Going Out

The Embankment (a pub and restaurant with river views), the Riverside Grill, Santaniello and Baia de Cascais number among the best-regarded restaurants. Popular pubs include the Wellington Arms and Bedford Arms.

Opening hours:

Mon - Closed
Tue-Wed 8:30 - 20:00
Thurs 8:30 - 21:00
Fri - Sat 8:30 - 23:00
Sun 11:00 - 18:00

On 18 April 2013 we were awarded a 5 star Food Standards Agency Rating by Bedford Borough Council  

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If you have any special dietary requirements please do not hesitate to ask.