The restaurant is a good option to lunch if you are at this area. They serve a lunch option with a starter, a main dish and a dessert. The price is fair.
Had the crab for starter and salmon for main washed down with a very agreeable Chilean Chardonnay. All about average but the salmon was over which is not good for a restaurant specialising in fish. Service was very good. At one point I had one waiter filling my glass while another was clearing the plates away.
If you want a good quality seafood restaurant then look no further than this place. Admittedly it is a little pricey but you won't be disappointed with the end result. My wife and I shared a 6 piece starter which was meant for one but to be honest we both wanted more. I think this was their signature starter dish... More
Following other comments we wanted a good shrimp mocqueca as we had had in Salvador. However, although ok, the sauce lacked a little depth. Good service at a reasonable price.
About a block off the beach. Small place. Mostly seafood. Food was ok but lots of other places would be better.
i ordered creamy Pasta with sea food, one of the best. very delicious, and well made. Me and my wife, ate there at the 1st time. and we return back day after. to taste other meals. Not so cheap. like everything in Rio and especially at Cobacbana beach.
I love Moqueca. I fell in love with this dish many years ago whole vacationing in Bahia, where it is said the best Moqueca comes from. I would have to agree with this sentiment as I have yet to find a restaurant in Brazil outside of Bahia that serves a great Moqueca. However, the Moqueca served to me tonight at... More
We actually went to this place through the TRIPADVISOR recommendations...and it was a good choice. The service was excellent, the portions very generous, the cocktails where great and the price was ok (not cheap but not too expensive). We had Oysters and fish steak...and it was all at a very good standard.
Rio de Janeiro IS expensive. Nomangue, located in Copacabana, is not an exception. It has a nice athmosphere, a very nice, small place, one block from the beach. We ordered Bobo de Camarao. Very good indeed. It serves three easily. This bobo is very good but not the best in Brazil. Best bobo in Brazil? Curuca, in Meaipe, Espirito Santo.... More
We were really warmly welcomed to this very friendly family run restaurant. The waiter/manager spoke perfect English too! He was proud to tell us about the traditional food on the menu...and traditional drinks!!! He really did try to accommodate our every need. The Caipirinhas here were excellent, I had mandarin and ginger, my partner the traditional...both were excellent. We ordered... More
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