September 22, 2017 by The Atlas Team
A wonderland of fresh seafood, and the word is out
This is the most visited seafood restaurant in São Jacinto, so don’t expect to just walk in and grab a seat inside. Big shrimp from the grill, fired enguias, grilled squid, and a bottle of the Alandra white wine was enough for two people (and two stray cats). With a line out the back door waiting to get inside, you can be sure this place is legit. If you haven’t made a reservation (which you should in the winter months to ensure warm seating), ask for a table in the front outside or at the bar for prompt service and a fine meal. They’re the most recommended place in town for a reason.