The access is through the charming neighborhood of Monte Serrat and you will probably pass in front of Bonfim Church to get there. The view is towards the Bay of All Saints. But the food… oh, this is the real show. Fritters, moquecas, shrimp, pirão, farofa and a menu full of gastronomic baianities that would make Dona Flor’s two husbands smear the fingers. The restaurants in this area are famous for always having fresh fish. The restaurants of Pedra Furada take this name because much time ago the place was a headwater. You will find the natural beauty of the city and the delicious typical Bahian cuisine there. Try to get there early to get a table facing the sea! In some of them, there are trees in the patio, making everything better. We made a little itinerary that goes through there. Click this link to find out more.
Pietro’s Bar – 6 Rio Negro Street – Pedra Furada – Monte Serrat, Salvador-BA
Recanto da Lua Cheia Bar – 2 Rio Negro Street – Monte Serrat, Salvador-BA, 40325-250
Photos of the place: Fábio Marconi
Restaurante Pietro's Bar. Foto: Fábio Marconi