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Ramiro Lisbon Restaurant – Best Seafood in Town

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Ramiro Restaurant in Lisbon is probably the best place to eat fresh seafood in town. It’s extremely popular among locals and today also visited by many visitors. The place is so popular that they don’t even accept reservations!
Founded in 1956 by Mr Ramiro’s father, started introducing later the shellfish and seafood, which became quickly a success amongst locals.
From all type of shellfish, including tasty king tiger prawns, lobster, clams, barnacles and others, everything is delicious. After visiting several times, can’t say enough good things about this place.  Give it a try, you wont regret.
Recommendation goes for the clams as a starter (ameijoas) and grilled King Prawns as main course. You can end up with a decent meal and spending as low as 35 to 45 Euro per adult, which is not an expensive price for this type of food here in Portugal.

Cervejaria Ramiro
Avenida Almirante Reis 1,
Phone: +351 21 885 1024
Notes: Closed on Mondays
Opened from 12PM to 00h30AM

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