Quality Hotel & Suites Natal
Av Engenheiro Roberto Freire
Phone: (55) 84 4008 4888
Fax: (55) 84 4008 4889
Av Engenheiro Roberto Freire 3090, Natal, BR, 59094
- Phone: (55) 84 4008 4888
- Fax: (55) 84 4008 4889
Trilha do Camarão is a great addition to Ponta Negra’s eclectic dining scene. Located a short distance from the beach, this restaurant is popular among locals as well as visitors to the city. It specializes in seafood, and prides itself on an array of shrimp dishes. Their Rodízio de Camarão deserves a special mention. This is a great alternative for large groups and family dining.
Botequim Ta Na Hora, the trendy music bar located in Ponta Negra, is a great place to enjoy fantastic drinks, yummy food and great music. Showcasing local and national musical talent regularly, the place is swarming with young music lovers. Affordable prices, a great vibe and awesome music sets Botequim apart from the many bars that thrive in the city. Dedicated to the favorite genre of the city, Tuesday nights are Samba specials!
If you’re looking for authentic tapioca wraps in Natal, then Casa de Taipa is your place to be. This simple eatery features tapiocas, pastries of yuca flour, stuffed with an array of fillings. Savor couscous with shrimp; carne de sol com catupiry cheese; tomato sauce, mozzarella and basil; with a chilled caipirinha. Local flavors from northeast Brazil are typified in its menu. For those with a sweet tooth, try their fried banana, cinnamon and ice cream tapioca.
Cipó Brasil is the reference point for pizza in Natal. This award-winning pizzeria is a favorite among locals and tourists alike. On the menu are delicious renditions of crepes and pizza with an array of fillings and toppings. Some of bestsellers include turkey breast and corn; ham, eggs, onion, peas; and the classic pepperoni. The unique decor creates an enchanting theme of thatched roofs, picnic benches, statues and lush greenery. This place is great for birthday parties as well.
Paprika is a great place for beer and good food. Facing the beautiful ocean, this pizzeria is unusual in many ways. Established in 2010, the idea behind this place was to combine good food with good music. And yes, it does fulfill your expectations on both parameters. The menu here mostly has pizzas and other Italian dishes with their specialty being seafood. They have a full bar, so you need not worry if you are a whiskey drinker or vodka lover. There are many alcoholic beverages apart from beer. The outdoor seating of this restaurant ensures that along with great food and music, you also enjoy some picturesque views of the ocean. The sunsets from here are breathtaking.
Pinga Fogo has been a favorite on the Natal dining scene since opening its doors in 1973. This restaurant has two outlets in the city, in Ponta Negra and Lagoa Nova. On the menu are delicious sushi rolls and seafood, as well as pasta and barbecue specialties. Complement your meal with a wine selection from their fine cellar, and sign off with their signature Petit Gateau.
Farofa d'Agua is a mainstay for authentic Brazilian dining in Natal, and is popular among locals and tourists. This restaurant serves up delicious regional specialties that mirror local flavors. On the menu are traditional Carne de Sol, Camarão ao molho de cajá, and Pastel de Caranguejo, that look as good as they taste. The hearty portions, great service, as well as chic and elegant interiors make for a memorable meal.
Novo México is a great place for hearty Tex-Mex cuisine. This unassuming eatery features staple dishes at a pocket-friendly price. On the menu are quesadillas, burritos and homemade tortilla chips served with signature salsa and guacamole. It features a home-style ambiance with only a few tables that overlook the kitchen. For dessert, look no further than the fried ice cream.
Restaurante Abade is arguably one of the best restaurants in Natal. Established in 1997, it is located by the Ponta Negra beach and features a tropical atmosphere. On the menu are Portuguese specialties as well as other contemporary dishes. Savor brie cheese with honey, and steak and seafood with a glass of wine and piano tunes. Their bacalhau, a Norwegian-style salted and dried cod, deserves a special mention. This restaurant has been visited by the likes of Antonio Banderas and Pelé.
The restaurant chain Sal e Brasa has a longstanding association with quality food and amicable service. With several outlets across the country, this churrascaria in Natal is a popular favorite among locals and tourists alike. Sample an array of delicious cuts at their all-you-can-eat buffet, each of which is grilled to perfection the traditional way. Complement your meal with a refreshing fruit cocktail and end with a dessert. The spacious and elegant dining room is great for large groups and family outings.
Lotus is a favorite among locals and visitors in Natal looking to sample Japanese cuisine. Chef Joelson Milk creates a delicious menu of Asian fusion flavors. On offer are sushi rolls, noodles, stir fries and tempura-battered vegetables. Complement your selection with a glass of fine wine. This restaurant is great for groups. Their Hiroshima dish with ten sushi varieties is great for sharing.
Pioneers of cheese bread in Brazil, the Casa do Pão de Queijo has more than 400 stores throughout the country. Started in 1967, the brand has become huge and successful. Their signature cheese bread is something that is loved by everyone. Apart from this classic dish, they have other dishes like panini, sandwiches, savory puffs and pastries and pastel de Forno da Vovó, which is nothing but a healthy option of baked pastry. Coffee, cold drinks and other beverages are also available here. With outlets spanning throughout the country, you know where to order from when you are in a mood for some comfort food.