One of the best "bobo de camarão" I ever ate. Simple place but with an excellent brasilian Bahia food. I recommend also you try the local beer they offer
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We started off as a table for 3 but ended up 17. We had travelled to porto seguro for my niece's wedding, we thought we would have a quite dinner for 3 at a recommended restaurant ( by a local) over an hour we were...More
I have been coming to this place even before I had my first cell phone. You can either go for the famous PF prato feito, or for my favourite Filet ao Poivre... Meat with a spice cream sauce... It's not the cheapest arround, but it's...More
A good place for a basic dinner. The fried gnocchi were great, but the rest of our meal was just okay. Chicken parmigiana was good, but seafood was a miss. The service was pretty casual. They will not come to your table to take your...More
Was surprised when we learned it was mostly gnocchi. But we were hungry so ordered anyway... It was wonderful!! The menu was original and selections were enjoyed by all of our party of four. A nice change of pace.
We went in a group of 3 and we're advised to order 2 dishes as the plates were big. We asked for recommendations and they said: manguti and creme de Leite gnocchi. We went with it and could barely eat the latter, it was disgusting....More
I had been to this restaurant once before and loved it (we had a fillet that tasted delicious), however, our second visit was not so pleasing. We had a "fish moqueca" and a "buttered fish" - the buttered fish was served with some tasty sautéed...More