The picture on the website isn't the restaurant; it's the bodega next door. The restaurant is a tent in the adjacent alley. There is no indoor seating. We sat at a metal table under a canvas roof. The waiter handed us menus, but they were in Portuguese. It didn't matter; the only choice was steak or fish (type of fish unspecified). I ordered the steak, while everyone else chose fish. Drinks? Go next door. I did, and found in the cooler there a can of diet guarana drink. My steak was nicely rare. It came with rice, plantain, brown beans that were not what you think, and pico de gallo. On the table were bottles of strange little red and yellow round things. Add one to your dish and steam will come out of your ears. Dessert was a sort of pudding made of acai with sliced strawberries and crushed cashews. It was very cold and very sweet without added sugar. After lunch, I returned to the bodega and bought six more cans of guarana drink. Total bill: $12.41. Use of the soccer ball was free.
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