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This is a lovely park where you can walk around and explore. The buildings are also very nice. There are some great photo opportunities with Christ the Redeemer in the distant background. There is a lovely cafe you can get a drink or meal in this amazing setting
It's kind of amazing that you can hike in a forest and relax under the water of a waterfall in a city known for its beaches.
You can reach this one through different trails, it's a good option to have a guide or someone that knows the region.
It's a great and refreshing contact with nature, and you can relax...
Variety and quality in appetisers, salads and main dish, in an agreeable surrounding, whether you choose to sit in the covered varanda, or inside in the air conditioning main dinning area. Good selection of breads and pastries.
Who would've though sushi as a dinner choice while in Rio? We stopped a local walking his dog, and he suggested Yume, and he praised the happy hour. The happy hour lasts from 4-8, and it's 2 for 1. The sushi, sashimi, and the hand roll were incredibly fresh, and plentiful. We tried several different things, and we found the...
reviewed November 18, 2019 by Alice_the_wonderland
Looking forward to french brunch, and a great outdoor seating, we were a bit deceived... One positive note is the curucuma latte that was delicious (but with various degrees of curucuma in the similar beverages).
I am a Brasilian Restaurant Manager living in London for the past 15 years and would love to recommend this restaurant. The Octopus was great, Sauv Blanc from Brasil was crisp and tasty. Equivalent to a bib gourmand on steroids this will impress and delight foodies with local, original, traditional yet modern flavours and combos. Nice açai liqueurs and safe...