Although few offer dishes of typical caiçara cuisine São Paulo, like the Azul Marinho – fish with green banana mush – and none serve the almost unseasoned barbequed fish accompanied by cassava flour, which was eaten by the Indians, the restaurants of the Baixada Santista prepare delicious recipes for fish, shrimp and shellfish. And not only that! Different specialties can be easily found.

Along the seashore of Santos, besides the international cuisine, there are very friendly restaurants specializing in fish, such as Vista ao Mar and the Mar del Plata. In the city Center you will find good options, like Porta do Sol and the Café Central.

In São Vicente, one of the highlights is the Terraço Chopp, on top of Ilha Porchat, with good food and beautiful view.

In Praia Grande, the list is long. Expensive, average or inexpensive there are many and diversified restaurants.

In Guarujá there are many restaurants with varied cuisine, bistros and cafes to suit all tastes. And some traditional places like Restaurante do Joca, the Dalmo Bárbaro and the Rufino’s Restaurant, which serve, with ingenuity and skills, very fresh fish.