The food is well worth the price. My husband is a "Foodie" and said this is the best Brazilian food he has had. Our waitress was very patient and even shared the recipe of the alcohol free drink we had with exotic fruits and soda so that we could duplicate it at home. She was very good, friendly and professional. This restaurant originated with family recipes and is run by a female from Brazil.
Their broiled French bread slices with parmesan, blue cheese and creamy onion topping was an excellent appetizer. "Torradinhas Leme".
My husband had the National dish "Jeijoada DeOgum" which had black beans with Brazilian dried beef, smoked sausage and pork ribs along with rice and collard greens. Delicious. I had their excellent chicken. Husband had the mixed seafood stew which was also unusually tasty. We ordered champagne cookies in amaretto liquer with chocolate, egg custard and whipped cream and sauce for the next day along with another dish that was relished.
There is no question that we would come back here again for a special occasion.
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