My wife and I enjoyed our visit here in January 2020. Our waiter was attentive and knowledgeable, explaining the differences between dishes which we were unfamiliar with.
Crispy bread and tapenade were served as “on the house” appetizers and they had delicious marinated hot peppers to go with it. We could have filled up on these alone! We also had empanadas and were genuinely pretty full before our two entrees arrived.
Our entrees consisted of the fish stew which the restaurant known for and a black bean stew which is the Brazilian national dish. Each were excellent. The fish stew had a similar flavor profile to Thai Tom Yam soup though there’re are clearly some very different ingredients between the two. The black bean stew was smoky in flavor and had a lot of fresh toppings to add on top, including fried plantains.
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