This restaurant is on the edge of Aracaju, and you can sit on the deck and enjoy the breeze. They have an a la carte menu with great prices, as well as a seafood buffet that includes shrimp and oysters. I love the pasta here, and tried the gnocchi with bolognese sauce. The shrimp risotto was also delicious, but the best part of the entire meal was the dessert! The most requested is the chocolate mousse, but the chocolate pavlova really won me over.
It is located in the Orla Watchtower, which is the main tourist point in Aracaju - an excellent option to eat at night! You'll find pies of different types, including cottage cheese and canned meat. Enjoy juice to accompany, and for dessert; try the pastries with a delicious blend of milk and white chocolate!
Far from the centre, this restaurant is located on the edge of one of the beaches of Aracaju. These beachfront restaurants are half a kiosk, and to be honest this one has the worst front of any of them, so I imagine few people stop here by chance. Lucky for me, I had a recommendation. I can honestly say that I had the best food I've had in Aracaju here! Absolutely delicious, each dish better than the one before.
The Sollo restaurant is set a bit apart from the bustle of the city. To get there, you have to take a taxi. It's a really beautiful place, where everything is very well-kept, and the whole restaurant is lit by candles. It's all wood, with a lovely terrace where you can sit and eat outside. The food is great - soups, pizza and of course, seafood-based dishes. We had four-cheese spaghetti and grilled chicken, drinks and 10&% service charge, and paid $50, even in a place as beautiful as this. It's very dark, so the photos didn't come out well.
La Puebla is a Mexican restaurant that you can enjoy in Aracaju. It's dark, and the environment makes it seem much more expensive than it really is. There are plenty of options to choose from ... chicken, beef, combos, etc. We ordered two dishes for four people. The beans were excellent, really well-seasoned. In the end, we paid $30 a head, including drinks. It is located behind the Radisson, though it is a bit hidden.
This is one of the best restaurants around Aracaju, frequently recommended. The name and logo are quite strange, featuring a crab with horns. But the place is really good, especially if you're a crab-lover. Still, if you don't like seafood, the menu has more on offer, including meat and pasta. The steak is huge - easily enough to share with a friend, and costs around $50. The restaurant is quite difficult to reach on foot, being on a corner on the river by Campos Alu street. It's better to take a taxi, as it's quite far from the centre. It's quiet during the week, but fills up at the weekend.