Rua Professora Maria Sales no 705,
The restaurant is very large and air conditioned with excellent parking facilities. It passes the “G” test for hygiene standards and cleanliness. You can see the kitchen through huge glass screens. All the furniture is new; decorations pleasant and flat screen tellys adorn several walls. A fountain adorns the garden and is so low you can wash your feet there before entering the restaurant (don’t wash your feet there before entering the restaurant). The toilets are as immaculate as the toilets in Sao Paulo Villa, Bessa. (Impossible, I hear you say but true).
The restaurant also has WI-FI. There are plenty of well-attired waiters, some of whom speak English. So if you have any difficulties ask for Luis and Carlos. The chef also speaks English. The good thing is they just bother you enough to keep the flow of your meal going, not hovering around like flies. There is a large play area for children and over indulgent adults. It includes two new pula pulas, a piscina da bolinhas, slides, rockydiles and an ice cream shack. You can indulge to your hearts content for the food is nothing short of excellent and abundant. The restaurant is essentially a churrascaria but what a fine place it is and the meat is of the highest quality. Picanha like this is not found everywhere. There are set meals too and we weren’t disappointed when we tried them previously. There is an excellent salad cart and sushi tray with a wide section of sushis to try.
The restaurant oozes quality and has a very relaxing atmosphere. There is a downside though and that is you have to go. How many times have you felt like that after visiting a restaurant? Neither did my wallet grieve at the parting of my hard-earned cash. Out of 10, well I couldn’t find fault so it would have to be 10.