FOOD: First of all I have to say that it has been my first experience of brazilian food, so I cannot say if it was a good typical food or not but I can certainly say that the food was tasty and I enjoyed the dinner. We had picanha and fasolada. The meat was perfectly done and the fasolada was tasty, not my cup of tea (I am not a fun of beans...) but it was good.
FOOD PRESENTATION and CUTLERY: You should put an eye on the food presentation... few carrots flakes or a bit of parsley on the plate can easily make the difference... try to put more colour on the plates, if it looks nice you're half way ahead ;) BUT BUT BUT please change your cutlery sets! they just don't fit in the picture. Those forks are BIG and HEAVY and not easy to manage... Knives... a HUGE knife to cut the meat has been brought on the table.... and it was good to cut butter on a summer day! ;) Please do something about this! Seriously. :)
VENUE: the restaurant is nice and cosy on the main room.... the side where the bar area would be nicer with different lights... too bright for my taste... It's definitely not a posh place, and this is not a problem, I like simple and cosy, and it looks like it has been made with low budget but with a genuine effort, so there is room for improvement but that will come with time... I really like the effort to keep anything reminding Brazil flag's colours and also the map printed on the tables. I haven't seen any particular refence to the Brazilian Carnival, or Music.... that's a pity.
SERVICE: Waiting staff is very nice, all the guys were kind, nice and young... so I will not complaining about the wine drops on the table and that I had to ask for water twice.... they are nice guy and I felt they are trying their best to please the customers.
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