Rio de Janeiro
Satyricon displays its fresh catches—including lobster, oysters, shrimp, and whole fish—near the restaurant entrance, and it cooks up this South Atlantic seafood into Italian- and Mediterranean-style dishes. The house specialty is the pargo, or fish crusted in rock salt and baked. But also appealing are the seafood pastas (like the clam-studded spaghetti alla vongole), grilled or steamed lobster, cuts of sashimi, and maki rolls. The stylish, soft-toned dining room is often busy with a social and well-dressed crowd thanks, in part, to past celebrity visits from the likes of Sting and Madonna.
Eat like a local: order the raw oysters, add just a squeeze of lime, and slurp away.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Dress Code
Cuisine Type:: Seafood