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4.5 based on 277 reviews
The moqueca capixaba is the local dish, but unless you are coming with a large group, you should get the small version of the dish. We had the shrimp and siri ones. Great food!
4.5 based on 464 reviews
We ate here the other night and loved it; Large selection of wines, and lots of tasty snacks whilst we sat outside on the Terrace. The inside is well airconditioned so probably best to bring something if you are going sleeveless. We are going there to eat next week so hope the main meals are as good. The presentation was excellent, and what started off as one snack led on to another then another - each better than the last. Cant wait to go back.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The restaurant has a good diversity of food and the flavor is OK but the atmosphere is awful. The place is incredible huge and noisy, not a good place to be with friends.
4.5 based on 535 reviews
This is a traditional Portuguese Cuisine restaurant. There You can enjoy delicious Cod dishes and seafood. Wine selections are available for the wine lovers. It is owned by a traditional Portuguese family and the Cod is the speciality of the house. The ambience is for business meals, traditional couples and families. It has not any young stille. Young people should looking for other options.
4.5 based on 227 reviews
Nice place for a casual pizza and some wine. Various options to chose. Superb service, especialy from manager. Thi first one came crude in center and burned in edges. Once seen by manager, imediatly was ordered another one, this time cooked at perfection. Nice wine chart, for pizzas.Good ambience.
4.5 based on 320 reviews
With a modern cuisine that walks creatively through several strands, Soeta offers guests a unique gastronomic experience at all times.
Soeta´s chef is equadorian, his exquisit touch in sea food makes an unbelievable experience when trying any of the delicious dishes. My favorites were the spherical olives, they just disappeared in your mouth and exploded all your senses! really!!
The attention was excelent.
Whenever you go to Vitoria, Soeta is a must go. The price is worth.
4.5 based on 895 reviews
A very honest italian "tratoria", kind of "mama"food in the old family way... Good service, young and beautiful population. Above all, good prices. An honest meal for an honest price! Very good for a business meeting, or a Sunday family lunch! Enjoy the best pasta, specially the lasagna! Antipasti are very good, and it can even be romantic... Take your grandchildren, your wife, your grandma. If she is italian,,, DIO!!! you have her love for the rest of your life... Please, donot rush the waiters... They can be very impacient...
4.5 based on 861 reviews
This is probably my 7th time here and I cannot get enough of this place. In comparison to other restaurants in the city which are pricey and don't impress, this is a gem! Their menu is just simply amazing. My personal favorite are the different types of risottos. It's the Don Rodolfo.
They have brick oven pizza which also amazing. The atmosphere is also very pleasant.
4.5 based on 579 reviews
A friend of mine was really raving about this place because of the food and the friendly, down-to-earth staff, and he kindly took took me there the other evening for dinner. The ambience is really relaxed, cool and funky, with coloured corrugated iron facades reminiscent of the San Telmo Tango district in Buenos Aires.
The Argentinian girl who met us and took our order was an absolute delight and recommended a Spanish beer and their empanadas, the selection of which we left up to her. Due to high demand they arrived, with apologies, after the main course but were delicious, succulent and bursting to capacity with yummy fillings.
The main course of beef steak, which we shared, was beautifully presented and came served with a little tin jug of a mouth-watering garlic sauce.
Despite being a Tuesday evening following a bank holiday weekend this cute colourfully rustic café was very busy and yet the staff took time to pay attention to each and every table with care.
A true delight.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Inside a mall, standard for this kind of restaurant. verry good service, very crowded, sometimes 45 minutes to have a table, not much to say about food, since a standanrd, giant onions milanese style, pork ribs with barbecue sausage, and so on. standard as anywhere.
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