Restaurants

Top Choice International in Beira

Biques

Biques (pronounced beaks) is a sight for sore eyes if you've just emerged bleary-eyed from the bush. Perched on a rise overlooking a windswept scoop of Macuti Beach, it's long been revered by overlanders for its piz…
Top Choice Italian in Beira

Tutto D'Italy

Top of the list of 'weird epiphanies in Beira' is this fabulous Italian restaurant hidden (there's no sign) in a children's park on the cusp of the Ponta Gêa neighbourhood. All the Italian favourites – antipasti, ve…
African in Beira

Restaurante 2 + 1

Get past the cheap 2+1 Takeaway outside and dive into the air-conditioned heaven of this lovely restaurant, a plush, inviting culinary star in the otherwise dilapidated Maquinino neighbourhood. The helpful waiters d…
Cafe in Beira

Café Riviera

Head to this old-world street-side cafe for caffeine Portuguese style and a bolo (cake) as you watch the passing Beira scene – both the pretty and the gritty. It offers all the usual snacks, including chicken and sa…
European in Beira

Restaurante Pic-Nic

Set in one of the more dilapidated sections of the baixa, Pic-Nic defies its name and location, with waitstaff dressed in starched white shirts dispatching Downtown Abbey–worthy service. And it's not all show. Amid …
Seafood in Beira

Nhumba Yathu

Parked on Macuti Beach with a terrace overlooking the lighthouse and shipwreck, Nhumba specialises in seafood, selling grouper by the kilo and serving up fish cooked simply and fast. Grab an outdoor table and enjoy …
Seafood in Beira

Clube Náutico

This colonial-era swimming and social club is a popular waterside hang-out. Average food and slow service are redeemed by the relaxing beachside setting.
Market in Beira

Central Market

The Central Market in the town centre is the best place to buy fruit and vegetables.
Supermarket in Beira

Shoprite

Mozambique's default supermarket is heaven for self-caterers.