We ate here several times, on our own and with groups. The food was always excellent, they had English menus, but no waiters who could communicate in English, so one needs a little Portugese. The menu was quite varied with excellent seafood, and had enough variety to satisfy vegetarian diners. Best wine list we encountered in Brazil and Argentine. They automatically serve a variety of appetizers that are excellent, but, if planning to have a menu appetizer, decline them. As in all Brazilian restaurants, portions are huge so select with caution.
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