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No ambience, like a canteen.
Staff do not speak much english so difficult to know what to expect and ordering is guess work.
We had fish chips and vegetables. The fish was cooked in very overpowering palm oil.
My fish was undercooked, they could see...More
I had read some reviews and as always they were mixed. But I wanted to eat real Bahía food and soak up some of the atmosphere. As a woman alone, I felt completely relaxed and safe. The food was incredible! I had sautéed octopus for...More
Loved this place. It has a Bahia-style Moqueca prawn stew and it was divine. You must try it!
Only disappointment was that I went back twice when it should have been open according to its times, but it was shut. Do check with them when...More
Good service and atmosphere in a nice spot. Quite good food, albeit not the best in terms of cost-benefit. All in all, a reasonable choice in a tourist-dense location (some metres away from Pelourinho).
We were taken to Mamabahia on our tour and it was the same menu as their sister restaurant Odoya which we were taken to for lunch on the same day. So it was disappointing to have the same menu when you are looking for different...More