Went to Tereze for a birthday dinner, and had a recommendation to go there. Hmmmm, this place needs to lift it's game if it wants to align rhetoric and reality. We called in and booked for later in the evening, we requested a window table and given a clear indication this would be doable. When we got back later we were plonked well away from said window and had to ask to be moved, which they did. We then ordered, including breads and mineral water. These two items alone accounted for R$30 in the bill, plus a set 13% service charge!! The meals were undersized, tepid and nothing special at all. The suckling pig was too fatty, too small and the accompanying mashed sweet potato was awful in taste. The vegetable ratatouille was also too small, featuring a table spoon of vegetables with potato and cheese over the top. I thought cuisine minceur went out of fashion in the 1980's. Desert was the highlight of the evening. Service was slow and inattentive. I mentioned the tepid nature nature of the main course dishes to a waiter who said he would pass this onto chef. Well if he did, we got no feedback. All in all a poor effort from a place that clearly wants to position itself in the upper echelon. At over R$200, this was an expensive mistake, for which we had the dubious privilege of paying a set 13% service charge, frankly a rip off.
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