Morretes is a small historic city on the coast of the Brazilian state of Paraná. It has a population of around 18,000 people. It is famous for its restaurants, especially a traditional plate called barreado. It is also the home of many historical monuments.
Things to do in Morretes
4 based on 269 reviews
This place is a must-go-to restaurant if you're in Morretes (probably before or after the train ride?) potentially even a destination by itself.
The portions are humongous (a portion might just be rightly sized for two people) and you actually get much more than you order. Better order the traditional regional dish, Barreados. Every portion comes also with shrimps, fish, mussels, salad and an extra portion of meat. The other dishes are pretty much exactly the same extras, except for that the meat is exchanged for whatever you actually ordered. Have fun!
4 based on 845 reviews
The best place to eat the Barreado, a typical dish from Paraná state north coast.
4 based on 159 reviews
Good food, big portions for a fair price. Excellent service, big place with a lot of space but it lacks a good view. P.s.: I went there on a friday night and the place was empty.
4.5 based on 336 reviews
This is my favorite restaurant in the lovely town of Morretes; Barreado, the local specialty, is really good, and so are the side dishes, such as fish and shrimps. The views of the river are quite nice, and the place is not as full as the other more famous restaurants. Not the cheapest in the area and service a bit slow when full, but no big deal.
4 based on 322 reviews
There's nothing special here. The only really important detail in this place is the air conditioner, as the city is hot as hell! Food is good but only good. The toilets are terrible.
4.5 based on 560 reviews
I went there with my parents because I saw it here on TripAdvisor. I tried the barreado, It was good, mine it's better hehe, but still really good. The best thing is the place. There is really cozy and comfortable, the staff were really nice to us too. My unique suggestion it's to not put the tulipa glass inside the fridge! Pls!
4 based on 261 reviews
At lunch the restaurant offers only barreado - a simple meat stew served with cassava flower, rice, and steames bananas - which can be strangely and optionally supplemented with fresh sea food. Expensive, given the simplicity of the preparation, although well made and gracefully tended by attentive waiters. Good draft beers from a Curitiba microbrewery.
4 based on 464 reviews
Barreado is the typical dish from Parana seaside, particularly Morretes area. And at Casarao you eat it as it has been done at some local grandma flavour.
Absolutely delicious, spices at correct level and very good meat.
Restaurant is located at downtown on the historical area.
Also if you want to take home and prepare a delicious party, this is the place to get it.
5 based on 125 reviews
A place surrounded by montains and beatifull views, Celeiro is not a just a delight for our taste, but it is a site that will provide you the experience of nature, food, kindness and nice conversation. You should spend the hole afternoon or even days over there. Emilio and Denise had mastered the art of hosting and ougth be congratulated for creating a place so nice in a remote location. I advise a visit to all residents of Curitiba as a day escape.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
Rápido e objetivo. Se é uma sorveteria, vende sorvetes. Não espere encontrar refrigerante ou água para comprar na Sorveteria Banana da Terra. A simpática casinha amarela abriga deliciosos sorvetes, cerca de 20 sabores. R$4,50 uma bola, o dobro disso se forem duas. O carro chefe é a casquinha, mas também é possível pedir banana flambada com sorvete e banana split.
Aos finais de semana a sorveteria bomba, é a sensação das tardes ensolaradas em Porto de Cima. Comum formar fila de 20, 30 pessoas. Mas o atendimento é ágil e sem mimimi, logo a fila se dissipa. Não espere muita simpatia no atendimento. Eu não diria que sair de Morretes até Porto de Cima apenas para provar o sorvete compensa, mas se você tem outras pretensões para o vilarejo, e você deve ter, porque vale a visita, não deixe de provar. Dizem ser artesanal e é bem cremoso. Se quiser provar algo diferente, tente o Bom Bocado, que leva leite condensado, côco e queijo. Sim, lasquinhas de queijo levemente curado, que nao identifiquei se parmesão, cunha ou algo assim, mas o sabor do queijo é bem suave. Me lembrou muito o pudim que minha avó fazia, ela colocava parmesão ralado e aquilo ficava uma delícia.
A sorveteria fica bem no centrinho, próxima à igreja. Uma boa pedida para refrescar os dias abafados na Mata Atlântica.
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