Overlooking the marina and with pleasant outdoor seating area, this casual cafe is a popular place for afternoon tea or lighter bites and drinks. Hamburgers and pizzas cater to a tourist crowd.
Give the taste buds a break from meat and fish dishes and veg out (literally) at this Zen-like vegetarian restaurant. The buffet changes daily; there may be vegetable lasagne, feijoada (bean casserole) and tofu dishes.
You might have to queue to get a place at this buzzing vegetarian eatery alongside everyone from professionals to butch-looking meat-eating guys. (Okay, so it has chicken on the menu.) It’s deservedly popular for its daily specials (around €6), juices and desserts. Generous portions are filling and enjoyable.
This tiny restaurant has many local admirers for its simple but tasty home-cooked meals (in the form of one or two daily specials).
It’s true, the owner is indeed ‘King of Chickens’ – good, inexpensive grilled chicken is the dish of choice (the owner is known to launch into song, and might squawk out a few notes).