Tabuleiro do Marconi
Tabuleiro do Marconi Review
Owner Marconi Silva started his little slice of Bahia by selling acarajé (deep-fried bean balls usually stuffed with paste made from shrimp and other ingredients) on the sidewalk in front of where his restaurant now stands. Since moving indoors, he's expanded his menu to include favorites such as escondadinho (a lasagna-like dish with cheese, meat, and mandioc) and shrimp risotto in a coconut shell. Kitsch is this tiny eatery's other calling card: keepsakes and curios line the walls.