I finished my main before my partner’s main even arrived. No cutlery came until we asked for it after the food already arrived. Also if you’ve ever eaten sushi before you won’t like this.
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With an all-you-can-eat style the restaurant has an excellent homemade cooking and the decor reminds you a family farm. Perfect for an unpretentious lunch with the family. It is also possible to try out a pizza and Japanese food "rodízio".
When I don't feel like cooking, we go to Fazendola for our meals. It is very near my place and the kitchen is reliable, although not very inventive. Sushi there is good, specialy if you enjoy salmon and tuna. As I said, don't expect anything...More
I normally wouldn't have picked this restaurant because of the buffet style (and the mix of Asian and South American food). However, the pooring rain gave us no choice than to enter the first restaurant we saw and that was Fazendola. We were pleasantly surprised!...More
We chose this place as some people wanted toe at brazilian, some pizza and some sushi!!! Didn't think you could find all 3 in one place. this is one of those places where you have to get your plate weighed. I only had the sushi...More
Three of us ate here and the Sushi Platter was great value and very nice. We ate at the open air section in the square opposite the main restaurant. Spring rolls we has for starters were disappointing and overpriced but the sushi was very good....More
During the winter months in Rio they do a great all you can eat fondue for only R$50, which is really cheap! All you can eat meat, cheese and chocolate fondue. In the summer they do all you can eat pizza which also sounds pretty...More
Popular( sometimes crowded ) place - reasonably priced - bufe lunch - evenings (after 18) dinner - many dishes - pizza etc - garden outside seating
I think we ended up paying ~$20 USD for all-you-can-eat sushi, which would be unheard of in California (where we are from). And, we knew going into it that anything buffet-style poses a serious risk of foodborne illness (we were willing to take our chances...More