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Mercado Sao Pedro, Niteroi
(4/5 based on 70 reviews on the web)
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  • Without any doubt is the best place to buy seafood in Niteroi. Fish always fresh, enough variety and options of stores. On the second floor has a few restaurants have the option to buy the fresh fish down there and do up there. The last time I went they charged 15.00 to make a pound of shrimp in garlic and oil and half a kilo of squid the doré. Was wonderful!! Anyway, a great place to meet and leave full of seafood dish pro Sunday.
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  • The San Pedro Market is the perfect place for someone who's not a fisherman find great fresh fish. The market Gallery is more neat and organized than you'd expect, it's not pretty, but it's functional. Only. Hallway with fishmongers from both sides. Look right, scroll to the bottom and look at everything. Then buy. In most boxes have the option to clean the whole fish that you chose. If you'll take away, take a cooler, the fishmongers will provide the ice. If you're hungry, there are restaurants on the mezzanine, you choose the fish on the floor and he is prepared to your way at the restaurant. Please inform yourself before buying if the box provides this service.
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  • If you thought of seafood, the best place to buy in Niteroi is the famous market.
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