The restaurant offers a fusion cuisine. A mix of Japanese, Thai and a plethora of random influences. Customers can order a set sequence of various dishes or order straight from the menu. The menu is ample and creative, fit to satisfy the pickiest customer. It has specials for pregnant women and children. The food was not exceptional, but it was tasty and well presented. The staff was friendly and accommodating. On the downside, service was slow and unorganized. We were a party of 6 and the appetizers were served randomly, so some received their food while others waited for over 30 minutes. Some of us received the main course before others were served their appetizers. The sushi took well over one hour to be served, but, to be fair the restaurant was completely packed. For 6 people, with no alcoholic beverages we spent about 250 US dollars, which is above average for Brazil . The ambience was rustic and beachy with Thai accents. Not accessible for people with disabilities.