Restaurants

Top Choice Bakery in Maceió

Panificação Alteza

This gourmet mini-market, complete with a coffee bar and bakery, is the perfect place to get your caffeine fix while stocking up on fresh bread, tropical fruits, cold cuts, Argentinian wine and chocolate cake for yo…
Top Choice Brazilian in Maceió

Divina Gula

A Maceió institution, Divina Gula specializes in the hearty cuisine of Minas Gerais and the Northeast. The picanha (steak) is excellent as is the carne de sol (grilled salted meat) with plantains, corn and zucchini.…
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Mandala Café e Restaurante

In restaurant-starved Centro, this hip eatery, which doubles as an art space and acoustic music venue, is a traveler’s oasis. Fill up your plate at the self-service lunch or come in the evening to support local arts…
Peruvian in Maceió

Wanchako

Worth a detour, this highly acclaimed Peruvian restaurant serves excellent seafood, including a dozen different varieties of ceviche and tiradito (a Peruvian version of sashimi). The sleek, art-filled setting makes …
Brazilian in Maceió

Restaurante Gogó da Ema

A friendly, down-to-earth restaurant located at the pousada (guesthouse) of the same name, Gogó da Ema does traditional Northeastern dishes, plus sandwiches, steaks and grilled fish. It's a good-value option for lun…
Buffet in Maceió

Sueca Comedoria

Despite the name, this sleek eatery across from the beach doesn't serve Swedish food – it's a family-run self-serve spot offering fresh seafood and regional cuisine, ideal for a quick lunch when you need a break fro…
Japanese in Maceió

New Hakata

With a spacious outdoor seating area, Maceió’s top Japanese restaurant offers a long menu of sushi and sashimi, tempura, noodles, calamari; in the evenings, there are live music, free-flowing caipirinhas and sake co…
French in Maceió

Le Corbu

A step up, style-wise, from many of the restaurants near the beach, Le Corbu specializes in French cuisine. Come for the elegant set lunch Wednesdays and Thursdays (R$50), or in the evening to peruse the wine list.
Italian in Maceió

Maria Antoineta

Hand-rolled pastas, classic seafood dishes, a good wine list, and live piano music make Maria Antoineta a top pick for a leisurely dinner. Try the risotto di baccalá (salt cod) and the gourmet pepperoni pizza.
Brazilian in Maceió

Parmegianno

Brazilian families flock to this popular chain restaurant, just across from the beach, for gourmet pizzas and hearty portions of shrimp, steak, fish, and chicken – accompanied with beans, rice, and salad.