I went to Coccinelle by chance with friends, and it's a really pleasant restaurant in a beautiful setting. The kitchen is visible from the dining area, but the staff is careful to stay reasonably quiet and not intrusive. I tried the gazpacho and the hachis parmentier. They were both very good. It's not easy to find quality, European dishes like that in Rio or Brazil. The bread was very nice, too. I didn't try any Japanese item, but I noticed that it's an important component in the menu, I'll do that in my next visit. And I definitely didn't find it overpriced: very reasonably priced for the quality you get.
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