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situated in the townsquare of the small village, Caramba bar is a busy bar/ restaurant where the locals come in combination with tourists. Open till late it is continiously busy, causing somewhat of a wait between ordering and being served. Food is good, prices are...More
Great food for great prices. Nice and warm which is good on rainy days. Lively place with locals and some tourists. But mostly a great local feeling. Portugues food and great value for money. Really friendly staff.
We have eaten here previously last year and really enjoyed our meals from the special board. This time we ordered sweet chilli chicken which turned out to be a leg covered in chilli sauce!! Others had stone bass, only one out of the three ordered...More
Its been over a year since I live in Portugal,but one of the best places to eat it is Caramba!every single dish starting from burgers and up to the main are realy amaizing!The owner is one of the kind!realy nice person!and it is not expensive...More
We have visited the caramba on numerous occasions and every time the food has been excellent and really reasonably priced, plus the drinks are also very cheap and good quality, I'm sure we will be visiting again in the future!!
Having lived in Bensafrim for six months last year I can safely say this is my favourite bar in the nearby area.
Fantastic value for money. The portions are huge and incredibly tasty. The bar itself is very cosy.
I took a lot of friends...More
We stayed in Barao de São Joao for 2 weeks in June. We ate at Caramba's a few times. Marco the owner was always so friendly & the food so delicious.
One night we just popped in for drinks before going back to our cottage...More
We visited almost every day for two weeks either for lunch or dinner. A real gem. Food and drink really good value. Only tip patience is a virtue as it gets really busy and you may have a wait but well worth it.
This bar can be found in the sleepy village of Barao De Sao Joao, which is around 1 to 2 kilometres from Lagos Zoo. The village, although Portuguese, seems to be inhabited by multi nationals who all seem very friendly. Marco, the owner takes great...More