This is a charming brand new restaurant at the river side. We went there for dinner and were greeted by Renata (owner) and she was great! She made us feel comfortable and got us a table even though we did not have a reservation. The decoration values the native artists so you will see lovely paintings hanging on the wall. The food is well presented and the menu brings the best of fresh ingredients along with a variety of drinks. Try the cachaca de jambu after dinner! This is the place if you want to hear good music at the background, fine food and a fantastic customer service. Renata speaks English so you can ask as many questions as you want about the traditional and very exquisite dishes served there. Also try the local fruit juices, they are delicious. It is well worth a visit.
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