While cruising along the Brasilian shore, you'll probably have a full day call in Buzios. Don't start with the famous and most touristic and most expensive "Rua das Pedras" ! When leaving the pier, turn left and walk about half a mile further than the Brigitte Bardot statue. You'll reach the genuine little fishermen harbour (Ossos Beach), and will hit the cosy terrace of the French restaurant "L'Escale", not very far away from a nice beach (Go up the church, and then down). I spent one week in Buzios, and found out that "L'Escale" was my best restaurant, -quality and price wise. The menu is short, which is always a good sign (Fresh products), and both the fishes+sea foods and meat are very well prepared and good. The wine list is fine, from Argentine and Chile, and they have half bottles. Francis, the French chef, and his wife, Sylvia, will tell you, crowd permiting, how they sailed around the world, and decided to make a call in Buzios. Agùstin, the charming Argentine attendant who helps them, will do anything to please you. (They also have B&B rooms, but I had booked at El Cazar),.
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