Still one of the best places to have traditional dishes, especially "feijão tropeiro". Outdoor tables are best, our waiter was very attentive and even suggested one of the dishes, big enough for our family craving.
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Went with my wife last Wednesday for lunch. The service was good. We had the ora pro nobis (leaf cactus) risotto and a salad, which were very good. Tiradentes' restaurants tend to be a bit on the pricey side. A good value for money considering...More
When you have the harmony between an idilliac location, behind a centuries old fountain, a view of creek and a real home-cooking Brazilian style, you start thinking of heaven. You can eat al fresco or in a rustic interior with barrels of cachaça which you...More
One of the best meals we had in Tiradentes. To begin with: the location; right beside the water font and next to a little river. Its an old house, with cozy decoration and excellent food. João, the owner/cook/maître, welcomes, chats with everyone and cooks delicious...More
The charming setting and the live, soft music (yes, live music that doesn't interfere with conversation) offset the food, which is somewhat below average.
Went to the restaurant by accident (thought it was another one), but got surprised with the food quality, abundance (common in the region) and price. It's not the best ever, but sure worth the price.