When you can trek through the rainforests in the morning and take in a tear-jerking opera at night, you know you're in a special place. Manaus offers a rich variety of nature, culture, art and dining. Explore the lush vegetation of Amazonian jungle on a guided backpacking or river tour, or sample the colorful bounty of the Mercado Adolpho Lisboa. The stately Amazonas Opera House was built with the finest materials, and inside you'll be blown away by powerful performances.
Things to do in Manaus
4.5 based on 312 reviews
It is a busy snackbar: a lot of people come here for a refreshing pitstop while walking up and down in downtown. There's no tables: you just seat in the counter and ask for your favorite juice. All of them are totally natural and freshly made and come in hearty, plentiful amount. "Cupuaçu" fruit, "taperebá" fruit or "guaraná" are a must. It is worth trying the "tapioca com queijo coalho", a kind of a cassava pastry filled with regional cheese.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
After a visit last year, where I was impressed with the quality of the food, I returned this year with friends who raved about the wonderful meal we had. The sardinas were amazing and of course the tambaquí was delicious. Service was professional although the drink order was mixed up but promptly replaced.
The price is on the higher side but if you want a very good meal in Manaus, Banzeiro is a great option.
4.5 based on 217 reviews
You can tell a good restaurant, well mostly you can, when
it's busy, has a buzz and people seem enthusiastic. All this on show when we ate here. Really good, authentic portuguese food.
Having holidayed in the Alentejo it brought back memories.
The menu is a bit restricted being mainly bacalhao in many guises but very good nevertheless. We had the best ( and dearest) wine of our 3 week stay in Brazil. Well worth it.
4.5 based on 739 reviews
Opened on June 5, 2009, in the district of Alvorada, the restaurant was created to provide people from all over the world with the authentic Gaucho barbecue. The name La Parrilla was inspired by the "parrilla", a system of mobile grills used by Uruguayans and Argentinians for the meat preparation system. This system differs from the traditional grills used in Brazil, where incandescent embers are used to roast the meat. The wood or charcoal is burnt separately, preventing the burning carbon from interfering in the taste of the food, and avoiding getting the roasted steaks dry. The steaks prepared in the “parrilla” are healthier and tastier and should be appreciated by steak lovers who are used to the coal-tasting-barbecued meat, in a way they can enjoy the flavor of a smokeless, less fat steak and the true flavor each cut provides. Noble meat, oriental cuisine, pasta, cellar and the service that only La Parrilla can offer you.
La Parrilla is on my list of regular lunch restaurants.
It used to be great, but now is slowing down in service and quality. Especially the service needs attention. With all the success and together with the fact that it is a very large restaurant, it now starts to become a 'large food factory' instead of a nice restaurant.
I myself particularly appreciate my meat quite rear. But the last visits have shown continuous problems of serving the meat as one likes.
4.5 based on 335 reviews
We were surprised by this little lanche. The staff was super friendly, attentive and their recommendations were spot on. We had the best juices of our entire, 6 month stay in Brazil. The food was also good, the homemade pimenta is especially recommendable !
4.5 based on 918 reviews
Excellent service and attention. The head waiter very kind and provides the best service to its customers. Delicious meat! They serve a lot of side dishes and also incredible desserts. They have a bus service without charge, they pick you up and take you back to your hotel. Medium range prices. This is a typical Brazilian – Manaus restaurant. Highly recommended!
4.5 based on 223 reviews
80's would be up there as my favourite place to visit in Manaus. The Container Mall - where 80's is situated - is a cool and vibrant place where the Manaus locals like to frequent. The burgers are out of this world and the atmosphere...MoreHello We appreciate your words. I hope you come back more often. Thank you!!! :)))))
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Adolpho was the pioneer in bringing to Manaus a new way of cooking meat by laying out the chunks over the steam and smoke of charcoal rather than directly placing the steaks over the grills. So his new place in Parque 10 is actually the original and the best place to enjoy a "Picanha no Bafo" in Manaus. many other Adolpho inspired meat restaurants have been settled in the city but Adolpho continues to be the best. My favourite choice is the Picanha no Bafo with Broccoli rice. The food is definitely good although not cheap at all, but price is worthy. The ambience is modest, looking like a large bus station meal lounge, as that is the restaurant's style. Good place for an evening meal with friends and family. The place is not opened for lunch, unfortunately.
4.5 based on 346 reviews
I went with my family for dinner ,and it was really amazing.Nice atmosphere,excelente menu,lots of options ,great musicians and efficient waiters. Surelly we will return soon.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The Tambaqui de Banda offers , among other dishes , roast band tambaqui grilled on coal . A simple dish , tasty and ours! You can taste it in our restaurant , order at the counter or buy from home or work , with the unprecedented advantage of paying with credit card! If you do not eat on time, can arrange a date and time for Delivery . This is the perfect solution for those who want to eat healthy food without leaving home and not worry about having cash or check at the time to pay the claim . Few restaurants today in Manaus offer your fish grilled and grilled adopted for convenience . We preserve the flavor and the method of preparation of fish, in the most rigorous quality control. We have the Certificate Program Safe Food .
Staying in Manaos for a night before joining a cruise, we were looking for a convenient restaurant and came across this great little place. Our daughter in law is vegan, I am veggie and our husbands are omnivores so this was perfect for everyone. We ate sardines baked in banana leaves, vast quantities of the most succulent prawns, something very Brazilian, can't remember its name, and the best fries on the planet. Wine is not available. Our bill for all the food, two large beers two fresh juices and a Caiparinha came to £44, amazing value. The restaurant is in the square by the opera house, very safe.
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