Nice decoration and pleasant atmosphere. Service is really friendly and efficient. Caipirinhas and batidas were perfect.
What I liked best was that the menu has dishes from all regions of Brazil and they seem to be prepared according to local traditions. We had the Barreado, which was served exactly the same way as in Morretes (Paraná state), birthplace of the dish. It was delicious, as well as dessert (dark chocolate brulée with cupuaçu cream).
Actual price range for this restaurant would be $45- $75, and not what is displayed here ($14 - $22). Though it might be a bit expensive, it's totally worth it and I highly recommend it for those who want to try good Brazilian cuisine.
The only thing I didn´t like was the "shared" restrooms for both men and women on the first floor. I'd rather have more privacy.
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