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Came here after 4 years and looking forward to the good experience we’d had before. Not to be - my steak was full of gristle and cold, my wife’s was the rough end of a filet and overall we felt ripped off.
We stopped by this quaint little place for lunch as we were strolling the streets of town. The menu was appealing because it had photos so that you had a pretty good idea of what you were ordering. The drinks were strong—beware! I highly recommend...More
Visited here on Tripadvisor reviews and it was as people say. Varied menu with meat, fish, pasta etc. My partner had filet mignon which was good quality and cooked well. I had ravioli which was light and fresh. Service was attentive and professional.
This restaurant is housed in a nice retro-like building, and has a good atmosphere. The menu had quite a choice of food on offer, so we decided to ear here. Mu filet mignon was nice, but my wife's chicken was rather dry. No starters on...More
We all ordered pichanha(beef cut) medium rare which came very cooked. Very expensive for small portion. Another tourist trap. Service was nice but like in most places in Brazil, staff don't speak English. Avoid.
Went for dinner on a Tuesday night, live Tango Night, and had a Tango artist, singing and playing the accordion, giving the place a great ambience.
The food was delicious, T Bone steak and Bife Chorizo outstanding, but the salads and roast chicken excellent too!...More