- Very salty, but tasty.
- Opt for red meat.
- Don't bother with prawns at all.
- Cheap(ish) caipirinhas.
HOW IT WORKS
Upon seating, you're given a sheet of paper with a list of drinks on that get ticked whenever you order one from the waiter. Once you've self served yourself food, you take your sheet to the weighing counter, and they add a sticker with the weight + price to your sheet. At the end of your meal, you take the sheet of paper up to the payment till and they tally everything up.
Once paid-up, you're given a tear off receipt from the sheet of paper, which you have to present at the door to be allowed to leave.
I think at R$9 each, the caipirinhas served here are the cheapest I've found so far in Búzios, and are as good as any others I've had.
Given you pay the same per kilo no matter what is on the plate; the best value items are meat. I really recommend going to the guy manning the grill at the back and picking up some steak; it's pretty good quality, tender and tastes great.
The duck in red wine sauce is also fantastic.
I was less impressed by the seafood items, especially the sautéed prawns.
They seem completely overcooked, and by the time you've shelled them, you're left with remnants of a slushy paste rather than solid juicy prawn flesh.
Most of the food is very salty, which gives everything a strong taste, but you'll be left seriously thirsty unless you get yourself some bottles of water.
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