The food was great, and the owner who has received some negative comments in some reviews was very accommodating to serve us when we arrived not too far from closing time. The churasco and the seafood we had were excellent, and we had a lot of fun talking to the owner. There are only two or three tables here, and the food is quite local. This place does not attract a lot of the tourists, but don't miss it, and don't avoid it because it looks like a dive from the outside.
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