Café Picasso

Top choice seafood in Piriápolis

Down a residential backstreet several blocks from the beach, septuagenarian chef-owner Carlos has converted his carport and front room into an informal, colorfully decorated restaurant with an open-air grill. Locals chat astride plastic chairs and listen to tango recordings while Carlos cooks up fresh fish and homemade pasta, along with paella (UR$930 for two) on Sundays.

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