Very charming place. Outstanding service. Great passion for local Brazilian ingredients. My only issue was the execution. The empanada/dumpling appetizer was wonderful, although they promised four varieties and the pumpkin was nowhere to be found. May main course had a large portion of an Amazonian fish that was cooked perfectly, but unfortunately a bit oversalted. My spouse was not thrilled with the free range chicken entree: "it was ok"
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