I came across this restaurant for a business lunch. Place is quite antique and nicely decorated. Looking at people around us, it's clearly a restaurant for locals, with not a tourist on sight. A few too many tables, making it a bit too overcrowded. There wasn't a menu as such, just one option of fish and one of meat. I suppose this may make the visit a bit more laborious if you can't speak portuguese. I had the meat, bife de lomo, which was very rich and nicely served with rice and a tropical fruit salad. Great idea to have fruits with meat, which is very typical in South American dishes. The high point was the desert. Many options. I went for a fantastic mousse of condensed milk and almonds. A few points to improve but still worth a visit.
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