I had dinner at this restaurant on my first night in Rio, had dome nice caipirinhas, casquinha de siri ( crab meat on a shell ) and some sardines the place is great as is full of cariocas ( locals from Rio) and great location...More
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A great seafood restaurant not far away from Copacabana. We had the "Sinfonia das frutas do mar" (Mixed seafood platter) which was absolutely fantastic. It can easily be shared by 4-6 persons. You get lobster, squid and octopus, king prawns, and various types of fish....More
I love seafood soups. I asked my taxi driver to take me to the best seafood soup restaurant in Rio. He took me to the O Caranguejo. He was right. Their Siri soup is delicious. I had no idea you could put so much crab...More
A small , traditional restaurant hidden in Copacabana . They serve sea food and are famous for its " pastel de caranguejo" as well as the lobster and king prawns skewers. Well worth a try !
The food what I ordered, seafood paella/risotto was OK. The price actually surprised me. The bill for one person including wine was more than 200. That was far too much for this kind of dinner.
Visited here for my Birthday back in Sep.2016 I ordered the seafood paella and Moqucea with fish and shrimp it was very tasty but way too much food for one person but seeing that I couldn't decide on what to order I ordered both dishes...More
If you want to try a good sea food in an informal place this is the place. Also you can enjoy the authentic carioca life style, because the atmosphere . :)
We visit O Carabguejo as we was living just around the block and every evening the restaurant was full. The fish was very good and there was plenty of it. We ordere a fish Paella and shared it between two but there was enough for...More
I asked for a Moqueca of fish and shrimps but I am not sure what I've got. For sure it was not a moqueca. No flavour at all. I've got very disappointing.
Probably one of the best seafood I had in Brazil in months. Non complicated bar with professional and classy staff that offer bes seafood in a "Portuguese" kind of typical bar.