Casa de Taipa
You can arrange buggy trips through most agencies or, if you speak some Portuguese, directly with drivers. A reputable operator is...
Attached to the Lua Cheia hostel and resembling a pub inside a medieval castle, this ever-popular tavern has different live bands every...
A unanimous favorite with a jungle theme, this is a fun place for sesame-crusted pizza (over 30 types from shrimp-and-four-cheese to...
Lonely Planet review
This hugely popular palm-thatched eatery specializes in great local tapioca and couscous creations. The tapiocas comprise a lightly fried tapioca 'pancake' around fillings ranging from vegetables and cheeses to carne de sol (grilled salted meat) or prawns. The eight-piece mini-tapioca appetizers (petiscos) are a riot. Get there early to avoid waiting for a table.