We discovered this Brazilian restaurant because it was near the hotel where we were staying on the Upper East Side. We ended up taking a friend and we all had different Brazilian dishes -- all of them good. Especially memorable was the feijoada, Brazil's national dish, a zesty stew of lots of different things. It would have been enough for two. Prices were about what you would expect in Manhattan, but I wouldn't say they were unreasonable. The dessert crepes were great to finish off a tasty meal of lots of food. My only regret is that we were staying just one night in the hotel, so there was no way to take the leftovers, which would have been enough for another meal or maybe two!