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This place was awesome. The food was excellent with the option of sitting inside or outside. Staff was highly attentive. It would have been nice if they had WiFi like all the other restaurants. Not that I surf the net, but we had a young...More
Following the recommendation of a few friends, we went to Varanda to have dinner. We absolutely loved the food. The farofa is delicious along with a dish called Gratinado de Frutos do Mar. The restaurant accepts credit cards and does not use plastic, which in...More
This is where we had our best meal in town. The place has an open concept with several areas to sit inside. We were caught by a sudden rainstorm that forced us to run in and decided to stay inside. The staff was very cheery...More
Everything is Noronha has a much higher average pricing, so, Varanda will be average Noronha priced. However, avoid hitting this stop when it's too crowded. I first got a seat on the outsides (in the 'Varanda' - balcony - itself) and it took forever for...More
We’ve been there after a morning by the ocean and the meal was wonderful! We had ceviche and a plate called Swell - seafood on a delicate coconut sauce with touches of mango and lemongrass. It was served with brown coconut rice. The wine was...More
The worst dinner in Fernando de Noronha and we paid 420R for it!
We ordered a seafood mix as entry: the fish was over cooked and mussels were disgusting (probably old!). As main we ordered some tropical grilled fish and we asked explicitly rare cooked...More
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Hi, thanks for asking, the island is a little more expensive then São Paulo and Rio because of supply distances... in restaurants like Varanda and Cacimba (both of us) a couple spend around R$ 200,00 in average (it depends... More
Hi, thanks for asking, the island is a little more expensive then São Paulo and Rio because of supply distances... in restaurants like Varanda and Cacimba (both of us) a couple spend around R$ 200,00 in average (it depends on many things... like drinking wine por example). We accept cards.
There is a Santander bank, as well Bradesco and some ATM. In the island there isn't money exchange. I sugest you to bring money (real) with you cause many places dont accept cards, here is a safer place with no violence so you can carry your money with no problem. Hope it helped you.