Though the menu options were limited, by leaps and bounds, this restaurant provided rich and exquisite food --- if our stay hadn't been so short, we would certainly have returned!
Located a few steps away from the center of town, the menu provides food with Indian, Italian and Brazilian influences. We ate in the peaceful and shaded garden area in the back that overlooks more trees and a small stream in the distance. We enjoyed pesto bruschetta for an appetizer (3 generous portions), ravioli filled with pumpkin and beef in a red ragu and cubes of white cheese, and a beef stew cooked in a yogurt sauce, accompanied by a mound of cous cous and 3 fruit sauce -- the combination of the latter was outstanding. Dinner for 2 was about 90$ reals, bit of a splurge from the other tasty and inexpensive options, but worth it. Highly recommended! Hope you enjoy it.
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