The entrance to the restaurant is not obvious if you haven't been there before - its down the curving staircase to the left of the circular pool. The location is great with wonderful views of Guanabara Bay, the Sugarloaf and the famous Rio skyline.
The service is somewhat slow and the food is perhaps not the best in Rio. The menu is simple but the food is, however, well cooked and tasty. You actually eat here for the fabulous view.
The prices won't break the bank either. Not to be missed if you are a tourist and over on the Niteroi side of Rio; Brazilians should eat here as a homage to Oscar Niemeyer. When you leave feel how cool the breeze is blowing over the circular pool even though the actual wind is sweltering. This is successful modern architecture.
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