Found this restaurant in a lot of books and referrals, but it's just a tourist trap Not at all a cousy restaurant, food is ok but not top and mainly tourists in the room. Friendly service!
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This a very tradional place in Rio de Janeiro being a 115 year-old restaurant. It is rather simple but confortable. So is the menu made of recipes that turned this place famous for, mainly roasted goat, roasted boar and roasted piglet. The roasted goat being...More
I visited this place with Trip Advisor's reviews. The famous "Portuguese cousine" doesn't exist, it is expensive and the place doesn't have any interesting. Really I don't recommend somebody, specially I don't recommend to foreigners visiting Rio de Janeiro. They offer meat, potato and rice...More
A very traditional and old restaurant with an amazing food, quality and service. It is not a fancy restaurant but it's worthwhile the visit.
Food was tasty and very typically Portuguese with great picanha meat, brocoli rice and fries. Not especially high quality food nor a fancy place, but great dining options if you're with a group of friends! Dishes are very reasonably priced (230 reals for 4 people,...More
This old-fashioned restaurant is located in the heart of Lapa's nightlife area. They serve traditional Brazilian fares at reasonable prices. Their signature dish is cabrito (baby goat) with boccoli-rice. But they also offer other unusal menu options such as wild boar. Worth a try.
Started a 6 hour food tour of Rio here. Only had fried cod balls and a great pineapple/mint drink. The place is charming and based on the sample I had, well worth returning to for a full meal.