Loved the mariscada (seafood) moqueca. Also had a great pimenta (hot) sauce, plus pirão and well seasoned feijão (beans), and grilled surubim fish as a separate dish.
As soon you're in Morro de São Paulo you'll realize how many restaurants there are there. The 'Tinhare' is one with a great price and quality. They have a from fish to meat. If you and your partner don't eat much, the plate for 1...More
This is a simple little place with no frills but the food is just fantastic! I had never eaten Bahian food before but having been here totally loved it.. If homely simple cooking is what you are looking for this is the perfect place for...More