Top Choice Seafood in Lisbon

Cervejaria Ramiro

Opened in 1956, Ramiro has legendary status among Lisbon's seafood lovers. Here you can feast on rich plates of giant tiger prawns, percebes (goose barnacles), lobster, crab and clams – and a juicy steak sandwich fo…
Top Choice Seafood in Around Sintra


This legendary seafood restaurant sits on the edge of a small beach below Almoçageme. No fancy techniques or overdressed dining room here – just incredibly fresh fish and seafood cooked to perfection, served in a ca…
Seafood in Around Sintra

Azenhas do Mar

Shake the table and your plate might just fall into the sea at this top seafood place, perched above the saltwater pool in Azenhas do Mar. The sea views are stunning, especially from the deck. Skip the overpriced an…
Seafood in Setúbal

Xica Bia

Our migas was tasteless mush, but locals (and many reviews) swear this staple for seafood and international fusion is reliable. The decor is notable, however: fado shawls, wrought-iron chandeliers and copper pots ja…
Seafood in Silves

Marisqueira Rui

Situated in the old town, with a unfancily dated interior of yellow and cork, this place is Silves' finest seafood restaurant. Join the locals – it gets busy – and savour plates from cockles, clams and crabs to bass…
Seafood in Setúbal

Casa Santiago

Wafts of fish sizzling on the grill will reel you into this local favourite, where the hungry lunchtime crowds feast on huge portions of choco frito, served with a squirt of lemon and mounds of fries, rice and salad…
Seafood in Sesimbra


No menu, no frills, just the tastiest grilled fish and cheapest plonk in town at this tasca run with love and prowess by Senhor Isaías, his son Carlos and chip-maven Maria. Sole, sardines, swordfish (your boneless c…
Seafood in Sesimbra


One of Sesimbra’s best, this sleek restaurant faces the beach. Feast away on large seafood platters for two. Choosing a bottle from the arm-long wine list is quite a challenge.
Seafood in Lagos

Casinha do Petisco

Blink (or be late) and you'll miss this tiny traditional gem. Cosy and simply decorated, it comes highly recommended for its seafood grills and shellfish dishes.
Seafood in Porto

Taberna São Pedro

Fado drifts over the azulejo-clad walls, toddlers tear through the dining room, plump and oily sardines (and other fresh fish) are roasted on sidewalk grills, and you can almost smell the tart snap of vinho verde (y…