This place is a real find in Morro.
It`s a small, family run place that really hits the mark. It`s very decent, local food and very reasonable prices (at least in Morro terms!).
The restaurant itself is a semi-open place overlooking a little street by the fountain. It`s only a two minute walk from the town square. It actually has a nice little atmosphere, the service is good and cheerful.
The food is simple, local and really good. Portions are a decent size and all seems to be fresh. Everything on the menu is R$15, apart from squid and fillet mignon which are R$18. Excellent value if you ask me.
Drinks are the usual pretenders. The Caiprinhas are good shouts too at only R$5.
For me, the best value for money in Morro.