The range of restaurants in Armacao de Pera is extensive enough to satisfy all tastes and palates. As well as wonderful local seafood eateries, expect to find Indian and Chinese restaurants too. It's always worth looking at the specials board in any restaurant to spot the dish of the day. Spicy piri piri chicken features prominently on many menus, as do steaks and grilled meats. The Algarve prides itself on the quality of its produce and when you eat in a restaurant in Armacao de Pera, you'll be able to savour this enchanting region's tastes and flavours.
Expect to be wowed by the food when you eat at A Tasca, one of Armacao de Pera's oldest restaurants. From peppered fillet steak to an extensive seafood menu you'll eat some fantastic food here. The pudding list is extensive, so you can totally indulge. Not all credit cards are accepted, so it's a good idea to take cash to meet this bill.
Start your meal with a cocktail or two and then move on to the serious business of eating. Swordfish and monkfish are on the menu when in season and the seafood platter is divine. While eating your meal you can enjoy fabulous views of the sea.
Chicken piri piri is a sort of national dish and when holidaying in Armacao de Pero this is the place to indulge your chicken passion. With moderate prices, a family friendly atmosphere and some of the best chicken dishes in town, O Casarao is a gem to treasure.
With its stylish decor, excellent setting and innovative menu, make sure your Algarve holidays take you to Arte Nautica, which frequently wows the critics. House specials include grilled prawns, pork and clam stew and the chef's specials board advertises the best dishes of the day. Sit back in comfort and enjoy the view from the terrace which is raised over the beach on stilts.
The Ghurkhas are renowned for their fighting skills and Gurkha Kitchen is popular for its culinary prowess. From chicken shashlik to authentic mulligatawny soup this restaurant is high on diversity at moderate prices. There's a Himalayan menu as well as one containing standard Indian fare.
From seabass to squid or prawns, cooking is something of an art form here. The beautifully presented, and tasting, crab is sublime and meat dishes are on the menu too. If you complement your meal with a tiramisu and wine you may be very pleasantly surprised by the restaurant's moderate prices.
Look out for the imposing entrance arch and you'll know that you've reached your destination for delicious Chinese food. Always a treat to find on your holiday, you won't be disappointed by the sizzling beef, the spring rolls or the crispy pork served at Happy Talk.
Monkfish and seafood all make an appearance on the menu at Hera as well as children's portions and even chicken nuggets. The seafood platter is one of the stars, as are the restaurant's salads and clam stew. Situated on the seafront, this restaurant is a popular tourist destination.
If you love tapas, then O Lobo do Mar should be your destination of choice. Expect to see razor clams, a local speciality, as well as squid, local cheese and hams on your tapas plate. The fish soup is rich and tasty and this restaurant also serves a mean mojito.
If you can't do without your weekly kebab then head on to Churrasqueira Brisa Mar and check out the restaurant's selection of all things kebab. Local Portuguese piri piri chicken as well as delicious avocado dips are all on the menu.