The saying goes that Fortune helps the brave people. Not always, the location requires a lot of self-confidence, to put it mildly. The street is not in posh surroundings.
It gives you at least a favourable bias, since its mere existence is a barrier to bad taste, in a place with little choices.
However , this was not enough, as well as the efforts of the waiters. There is a false concept that expensive food is a perfetc synonim of good food. That should not justify charging U$ 10/12 for desserts and "caipirinhas" The main course portions were not generous at all and considering that two couples ate only two of them and two salads, price was very high. One of the dessert chosen Tiramisu, had a lot of Chantilly, and underneath it, I had trouble finding the core of the dish. Fortunately company saved the day. I see other visitors think otherwise, but I see no reason to go back with so many alternatives. Even if the food was not that bad
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