Mercado Velho (Porto Santo)

Centrally located, Mercado Velho will serve you food from early morning to late evening. Not only do they have the freshest tuna and sardine dishes, but also the traditional alcohol-flambéed Portuguese chorizo. A favourite among locals, this hidden gem is yet to be found by most visitors to Porto Santo. Useful Information Address: Rua João Goncalves […]

Read More

Casa d’Avó (Porto Santo)

Casa d’Avó is known for serving local ingredients and dishes with an international cuisine twist. The menu varies with the day’s fish haul, and the attentive staff will certainly serve you a dish that will make you want to come back to this tiny, remote island. Useful Information Address: Campo de Baixo, Porto Santo Opening hours: Sun–Sat 4pm–12am […]

Read More

O Polar

O Polar is living proof that an extensive and expensive menu is not needed in order to achieve excellence. With a short, affordable selection, the restaurant will not leave you disappointed with any of the Madeira-style barbecue dishes. Useful Information: Address: Rua Pico da Torre 26, Câmara de Lobos, Madeira Opening hours: Mon–Sat 12pm–3pm 6pm–11pm Phone: +351 291 […]

Read More

Cantinho dos Amigos

Located just across Mercado dos Lavradores you will find this typically tiny, dimly lit Portuguese restaurant. The fish sandwiches and dishes, along with the hospitality, will leave you wishing to come back more than once. Do not forget to try the locally crafted cider. Useful Information: Address: Rua Murcas No. 84, Funchal, Madeira Opening hours: Sun 9am–10pm, […]

Read More

O Jango

While in Madeira, be sure not to miss lapas, grilled limpets picked up from the island coast. O Jango will offer you fresh, generous serving of lapas, as well as plenty other seafood dishes, such as octopus salad and swordfish with banana. Useful Information: Address: Rua Santa Maria 166, Funchal, Madeira Opening hours: Sun–Sat 11am–10pm Phone: +351 291 221 280

Read More
en English
X