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This has to be the most deceptive spot in Faro...
Located within the market complex, this unfancy treat-of-a-place is frequented by everyone and anyone, including – we are told – the town’s lawyers...
A fabulous local spot with a cosy feel and lots of pot plants. The delightful staff serve honest, home-style fare including rabbit, goat and seafood dishes...
This popular place buzzes with tourists and country charm. It has a lofty beamed ceiling, rustic cooking implements on display and long, communal tables and bench seats...
This simple place has been here for 32 years so it must be doing something right...
Give the taste buds a break from meat and fish dishes and veg out (literally) at this Zen-like vegetarian restaurant...
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.
This small place is decked out in black, red and yellow, and there’s a simple, airy courtyard. Serves decent sushi, sashimi and noodle dishes. A platter for two costs €42.
On a narrow pedestrian lane near the bars (follow your nose), this small pizzeria whips up delicious tasty thin-crust pizzas plus other dishes.
Candlelit at night, with a marina setting, big open windows and a plant-filled terrace, this is a slightly upmarket, romantic seafood choice.
This cosy, busy trattoria-style restaurant serves delicious regional food such as xarém (corn meal), and has daily specials on a blackboard.
The place to head for your patisserie fix and the place to be seen. Has a wide variety of homemade specialities.
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