Close to the port, tucked away in an alley (there's a sign in the main road indicating the restaurant), it serves the best food in Fernando de Noronha.
The portions are generous and the food really tastes home-made. Specialties vary from seafood (crab, lobster, shrimp), fish and few meat dishes. They also have a vast choice of appetizers (including pastéis).
Staff is friendly and attentive.
The wine choice is limited and expensive, like anywhere else on the island, and the caipirinhas worth a try.
We found it to have the best quality /price ratio on the island.
There's outdoor sitting (limited). No reservation needed if you go relatively early.
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