We visited Sao Paulo the first week of July 2012. We had walked past this restaurant a few times while staying nearby in a hotel. It looked lovely and the staff looked really attentive so we decided to have dinner there one night. They do have menus in English so you can figure out what you want to order. The only problem is not one staff member spoke English so they would bring the Portuguese menu and we had to try and match up what we wanted which would be fine, if the menus were layed out exactly the same. Some of the menu sections were in different areas on the different language menus (the side dishes for instance). I knew enough Portuguese to be able to match up what we wanted. The pork tenderloin was a bit overcooked for my husband. My grilled shrimp was $30 R (about $15 American) and it was 5 dried out shrimp on a skewer. When we got the bill they had put 2 extra food items on the bill we didn't order so we had to pantamime that we didn't order those things and they took them off the bill. We actually had an AMAZING meal next door at Ragazzo's (little pizza shop, may be a chain) the night before for 1/4 of the cost. I will do a seperate review for that.
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