This is place specializes in seafood, specially the famous Brazilian fish stew called "Muqueca". They also have a couple of dishes featuring steak and chicken if fish is not your thing. The address has changed to down the street at 1008 Cambridge St.
For Appetizers, you should try the Cod cakes and the Fried Yuca with dried beef. The fried yuca tastes like a broiled potato with a twist. The cod cakes were the best.
For Entrees, my wife tried the Cod a Capixaba, which is a type of baked cod marinated in coconut oil with veggies and spices. I had the regular fish stew, which was good but lacked a little bit of salt, or seasoning for my taste. The most tasteful of the two was the Cod dish.
For Dessert, you have your typical Brazilian sweets: passion fruit mousse, flan, and brigradeiro. They have a variety of fruit drinks and combinations.
It's a small place, so I recommend reservations. The ambience is very nice and relaxed. One thing that surprised me is how well maintained and decorated the bathrooms are. It's not usual to find such clean and inviting bathrooms in privately owned restaurants. I know it's just a bathroom, but that tells a lot about the place.
Overall, this place is well worth the trip and the price.