When Portuguese chefs are not working, they like to gather at Cervejaria Ramiro to enjoy some beer and seafood.
The restaurant is located in an unglamorous part of Lisbon and looks like an ordinary place. What makes it unique is its extraordinary seafood.
Ramiro does not serve farmed shrimp that arrives, tired and frozen, from far away lands. Instead, they offer you precious fresh shrimp from the Algarve. They prepare exquisite “carabineiros,” large shrimps once abundant in Spain but now available only in Portugal. They cook tender clams, a wonderful crab called “santola,” and salty percebes brought warm to the table.
Even though Ramiro is in business since 1956, it is excluded from tourist guides for national security reasons. If the Spaniards learned about Ramiro’s seafood, they might invade Portugal.
Av. Almirante Reis, nº1 – H, 1150-007 Lisboa, tel. 21 885 10 24, email firstname.lastname@example.org, click here for website.