Must see restaurants in The Amazon

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    Eti Mariqueti

    This cool and contemporary cafe is popular with well-heeled locals looking for good coffee served up with an enticing range of sweet and salty treats.

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    Pousada Restaurante Ilha Bela

    Fresh typical Marajoara fare, including fried fish and buffalo steak, served in a breezy corner dining area. There's live music on Friday evenings.

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    Casa Mia

    In the handsome surrounds of an old mansion just east of the center, Casa Mia is a popular choice for steaks and delectable risotto dishes.

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    O Rei do Peixe

    One of several open-air restaurants across from the plaza that are popular with local workers and families. For R$16 you can pile up your plate with a…

  • D
    Don Vergilio

    Popular pizzeria and per-kilo spot, open late for those nighttime munchies. Pizzas have thick roped crusts and come with both classic toppings (Margherita…

  • C
    Cia Paulista de Pizza

    You wouldn’t know from the dining room that this is actually a chain restaurant, as the wineglasses, tablecloths, attentive waiters and recorded jazz…

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    Pizzaria Varandas

    This welcoming pizzeria has checkered table settings, both inside and along the sidewalk. You can order up to three different topping combinations on a…

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    Restaurante Patú Anu

    A simple, reliable menu and a convenient location make this a popular choice among locals, first-timers and repeat visitors alike. Large servings of…

  • F

    Though hard to find and rather charmless, vegetarians will appreciate the creative, meat-free lunch buffet. It's located on the third floor, up a dark…

  • B
    Bella Epoca

    A passable Brazilian por kilo (pay-by-weight) restaurant, where you'll find various salads, mains and churrasco (grilled meats, including Brazil's…

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    African House

    Rice with grilled or fried fish draws the crowds to this spot fronting the main square. It's nothing special, but it's refreshingly simple and portions…

  • B

    Cheerful service accompanies a largely international menu with a few Brazilian touches, such as the rice with black beans and eggs. They have a smaller…

  • F

    Waiters at this loud, glaring family-favorite rotate with platters of pasta and pizza, including chocolate and banana varieties for dessert.

  • R
    Restaurant Ki-Papo

    Low-key per-kilo place with OK food and a fine panoramic view of Lago de Tefé. A short walk west of the center.

  • D
    Delicias de Vitoria

    This roadside pastry cafe does local pastries as well as pizza, and often fills up in the evening.

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    Restaurante Dina

    Popular self-service spot located two long blocks from the soccer field.