From Guia to Ponta Delgada, always with the same essence
Known for the concept “The original flavor of Frango da Guia since 1964”, the history of Restaurante Ramires dates back to 1964, when José Carlos Ramires opened a small café in the parish of Guia, where it served snacks, preserves and ham. His determination and astuteness brought a barbecue chicken recipe from overseas to Guia. Ramires’ recipe quickly became very popular, with an increasing number of visits from customers and friends. Thus, it was necessary to increase the facilities of the small cafe. The space inevitably grew to other parts of the country, more particularly to the island of São Miguel, in the Azores.
Established in Ponta Delgada, this restaurant has a capacity of 110 seats, with Wi-Fi connection, television and background music. In addition, the Ramires Restaurant follows sustainability values, having established protocols for the separation of waste for recycling, as well as the collection of used oils.
There’s nothing like the smell of a good barbecue
Established in 2014, this traditional-type restaurant provides catering services, with table service and take-away, serving an à la carte menu.
The menu includes snacks ranging from chicken wings and stewed gizzards to dishes such as Guia chicken, strips of pork spare ribs, sirloin steaks and regional pork secrets.