The restaurant was only about 100 meters from our hotel. Our friend mentioned that it served the best seafood in town, but he never went there himself. We did and we haven't been disappointed. It is on the expensive side by Brazilian standards (not by Australian though), but the smallest moqueca with all the trimmings can easily serve four. We had the one with what we call in Australia "yabbies" (lagosta) and small prawns - and it was to die for. Our waiter was superb and found us a bottle of the Chilean white that we asked for, though it was not on the list.
I can tell you that it was an exhausting walk up the hill, all 100 meters of it after this meal!
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