When there with my family for my birthday lunch, had the seafood platter for 4, loved every single thing on it! The staff was very nice and welcoming, not a cheap place to eat but good value for the food they serve
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If you want to eat at Maré Cheia, be sure to make a reservation beforehand. But you can rest assured that you're going definetely enjoy a great meal. The price is more than fair for the quality (and amount) of food you get. Besides, the...More
Its location is perfect, the price is not that high and the shellfish is of top quality... If this is not enough, every-time I go there the staff is really nice! This is definitely a go-to place for a nice dinner.
Monday night, it's rammed with local families enjoying fresh and plentiful seafood for not much money. We appear to be the only tourists in the place; they treat us so kindly, giving us a great table, translate the menu and provide good bottle of wine...More
First of all: Make a reservation, whether for lunch or dinner. We tried once without a reservation, and the wait was an hour. However, with a reservation the next evening, we were seated immediately. Our waiter's English was excellent, as was his recommendation, which was...More
Excellent service...yummy giant mussels tapas served with our aperos.....and possibly THE best squid I've ever eaten. We also ordered the octopus but was disappointed as it was extremely salty - not surprising as it's served on a brochette with (too much) bacon & ham. Overall...More
A traditional seafood restaurant with a wide variety of nationalities being fed. Service was efficient (except our salad never arrived), bordering on brusque. Prices are steeper than in other places but justifiable by the quality of food. Good arroz do marisco. Seating is available outside...More