We were totally delighted to partake in the local seafood. Abundant is an understatement . So many delectable local dishes, pastries , coffee , wine and more!
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Ramiro is about eating seafood, drinking beer and mopping up with bread. There is no fish, rice, potato and vegetable. The range of seafood is very wide and the price is fair. We had thin slivers of cheese and really sweet mango and pineapple for...More
Though people complain that it can be touristy, who cares!?! It is delicious and there are plenty of locals there too! We had the spider crab, shrimp, and barnacles! Have the steak sandwich for dessert! Why not!?! The waiter brought us a lemon slushy with...More
You feel like in a factory ! they interested in "IN and OUT" . You are given an ipad to choose your food and make it quick ....little explanation. Very famous, expensive, but not up to high quality, you can go elsewhere to eat lobster...More
The food was very good and the ambiance was so nice with locals and tourists. The waiters are entertainers and the price is fair.
This restaurant was recommended by a local. The lines outside seem to be the norm. They serve fish, no salad, no vegetables. Our group of nine had garlic shrimp and steamed clams with lots of delicious bread, and large beers. The bill came to 11€...More
Ramiro is one of the most famous restaurants in Lisbon, has been for so many years, they serving sea food in portuguese style. The place is located few minutes walking distance from Martim Moniz underground stop, once you arrive, you need to speak with the...More
Delicious meal, fish was fresh, nearly still hopping on the plate. We queued for about 30mins to get in, once we were seated, our waiter didn't say hello he just dropped an ipad on the table, which we later realised was the menu. He barely...More
The line-up is longish, but worth every minute. Their queuing system is a little confusing, but it seems to work for them. Absolutely worth the wait. We had a lovely dinner of glorious local bread, amazing baby clams in butter and cilantro, and giant tiger...More