5 expert reviews
"For over 50 years, this institution attracts Lisboan lovers of fresh seafood."
Travel + Leisure
"Simplicity is the key here: Pluck the freshest shellfish possible from surrounding waters, slap it on the grill with modest seasonings (salt, pepper, garlic, white wine), and sell it by weight." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"So, can you tell us a little about this place? This beloved Lisbon beer hall and restaurant occupies three floors; but despite all the seating, expect to wait in line before you score a table." Full review
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"Bright, crowded, and noisy. It also serves some of the best seafood on the planet. Locals flock here in big, celebratory groups and they generally follow a time-honored sequence of consumption." Full review
"Not going to Ramiro when you’re in Lisbon is like going to the beach and not putting your toes in the water. It’s the most important seafood restaurant in the entire city, and the line..." Full review