‘Callum’ is the name of a grape variety found in the area around Oleiros that is used to make a white wine of low alcoholic content and intense flavour.
The name of the restaurant pays tribute to the cultural richness and local traditions. With modern gastronomy based on this richness and on fresh produce, preferably from local producers, Restaurante Callum provides exquisite culinary experiences.
The gastronomy of the region is prolific and rightly famous, particularly noted for its Cabrito Estonado (a dish of kid that has been scalded, de-haired and baked) and Maranhos (goat stomach filled with goat meat mixture).
Specialities: fish soup, cabrito estonado (kid that has been scalded and de-haired and baked), maranho (goat stomach filled with goat meat mixture), grouper with rice, Santa Margarida steak, tigelada (baked custard pudding (eggs, sugar, wheat flour, milk and cinnamon), arroz doce (sweet rice pudding) and papas de carolo (a kind of polenta pudding).
Open every day from 12.30 pm to 3.00 pm / 7.30 pm to 10.00 pm.