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The very freshest fish and seafood come from the sea, and are the main ingredients in the Bahia’s cuisine. Joined by vegetables and fruits whose flavours the sun has made sublime, and their combination provide the elements for a dining experience that you will never forget.

Start with what the ocean provides. the moqueca is the most famous dish from Bahia and a dish you can’t miss in your trip to TRITON Salvador.

It is a difficult job to single out a restaurant or two in beautiful Salvador and as long as you find a great view and wash it down with a great local drink, you are sure to have an amazing culinary experience.

THE GASTRONOMY OF BAHIA

Salvador’s cuisine shares the history of the people and ingredients that came to settle in the city. Local ingredients, a mix of global flavors, and a strong culinary tradition make Bahian cuisine particularly memorable.

There are a few important things to know before diving into a plate of Bahian food, known around the country as some of Brazil’s best cuisine. Azeite de dendê, red palm oil, is an essential ingredient in many iconic Bahian dishes. It has a distinct flavor and texture and can be hard to digest if you’re not accustomed. Pimienta malagueta,malagueta pepper, is a chili popular in Brazil as well as some Caribbean and African countries. If you’re missing the spice in many traditional Brazilian dishes, head to Bahia and this chili will fire you up. Salvador’s seaside location also makes it the perfect place to sample delicacies from the ocean.

Here’s what not to miss in the heart and stomach of Brazil.

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