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The "Farol" is a century-old restaurant, the oldest in Setubal and is known for good beer and good seafood, from their own aquariums. With a cozy atmosphere and a great ''Tejo'' river and Lisbon's view, it's a great place to be.The name "Farol" came from the lighthouse's existence in Cacilhas who once helped navigation of small boats,called "Cacilheiros".Cacilheiros are an easy transport to lots of people in Lisbon to the other side of the Tagus river. You can combine the great tour with the excelence to be able to lunch or dinner in Cacilhas and taste our fish or seafood.
We were brought here by Paulo our guide and were delighted he did so. The staff were highly professional and cared about their customers.
We had a seafood stew with rice which was excellent. We also had mussels which were considerably larger than those in...More
Thoroughly enjoyed our meal here. Served by a charming man from India, we followed his recommendation and had a set meal for two (number 6 and costing EUR 40). Plenty of food, prawns both cold and served in a garlic butter; seafood rice with lots...More
Took the ferry from Cais de Sodre to Cacilhas thinking there would be many restaurants along the waterfront. There were a few but the area was somewhat rundown. That said , we decided to eat at Restaurante Farol which was quite busy albeit with some...More
We hopped on the ferry across the river to this dinner spot. We were with a tour group. The restaurant was very accommodating and friendly. Let me be honest, I am not a seafood lover. However, the prawns and clams were fresh and delicious. The...More
Our guide suggested Farol for lunch. It was a great recommendation. We ate great grilled octopus, clams in wine sauce and a shrimp “soup” that was like a porridge with bread as the thickener. Lots of garlic. A carafe of vinho verde. We enjoyed it...More