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It is a simple restaurant but it is a legend. It was founded in 1874 and the waiters seem to have been there ever since...
The best is the beef meat, which is very good. The French fries are poor (too mushy instead of crispy)....More
Lamas has always been qualified as a traditional Carioca Restaurant
It is true that the whole menu is typical of Carioca food.
However I wonder how is it possible to charge 1.5 usd for one sardine. I said 1 sardine!!!
Needless to say that all...More
I love coming back to this restaurant to get a feel of old Rio and its dishes.
Service by the white coat and black bowtie waiters is always professisonal and a throwback to tradition. Once the food is brought to your table the server proceeds...More
When you enter the restaurant, you may have to bow your head. Inside it has a good atmospere filled with history. The menu has a variety of food a lot inspired by portuguese cuisine. The waiters dressed in white give you good service.
I wanted a really good steak for my last meal in Rio. I got the garlic one and it was incredible. The baked it perfectly and the garlic on top was just perfection. It was a little bit expensive for the place, very simple and...More