The picanha we had was splendid. Simply the best we had eaten. The dish comes with a broccoli-rice and fries. And if all this isn't enough they bring you additional farofa with banana. My favorite restaurant in Rio
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So that´s right, what could one expect there? What I can say is that it was not luxury! Some of the portions are enough for 3 or 4, which may not be obvious. We were shocked how the Braseiro could have so good reviews, I...More
Lively, unassuming Brazilian brasserie. Friendly staff and seriously tasty food. Recommend the little sausages as starter. Local wine was simple but good. Loved the picanha. One tip though, one order of meat plus sides is enough for two big eaters.
Our guide dropped us off at this place for lunch. The waiter did not speak English and I do not speak Portuguese. We muddled through with my minimal knowledge of Spanish and lots of pointing at the menu. We ordered some stuff we only had...More
I have not been here in ages and decided to give it a try. How delighted we all were! The place is packed so arrive early (before 1:00 PM for lunch). We had a 15 minute wait. The appetizer sausage is perfect; I had two....More
Gavea is a pleasant upper middle class district in Rio de Janeiro, and its Praca Santos Dumont is its heart. Braseiro da Gavea is one of several restaurants on this large wooded square, well-known by the locals for its excellent meat. The restaurant is usually...More
Great. The food was delicious, the waiters always friendly and helpful, atmosphere both chatty and relaxed. Went there perhaps 6 times in a 1-month visit!
This traditional restaurant in the Gavea neighborhood areas aka "Baixo Gavea" is very well know for its cold draft beer "chope" and food specially the Picanha with rice broccoli dish. It is close to Jardim Botanico and Parque Lage. It gets very crowded at night...More