This is a per kilo type of buffet restaurant... They have enough good food choices... Plus the meats were tasty...
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We were attracted to this restaurant as it was buzzing on a Thursday afternoon and full of locals. The food was typically Brazilian buffet which was decent quality and reasonable in price. The salads, stews and meats were flavoursome.
This a buffet by the kilo restaurant self service with a variety of meats and sea food as codfish. Is the same as Aipo & Aipim in the same Avenue with different menu dishes but the salads and the vegetables are the same. A little overprice by the kilo. The desserts are a different price by kilo.
The "eat and pay by the kilo" formula is actually a good one. In this tiny restaurant, we'll find 20 cold plates and 20 hot ones. Vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, cheesecakes, sodas, etc. The food is really fresh. This is a good point.
If you want to be treated like crap by the management and have bad food, then this is the place for you!!! We had a group of 8 people and wanted to have a few, drinks, food and watch the World Cup game that was on. This place seemed perfect and the staff invited us in....Wrong!!! The food wasn't that... More
I was let down with this restaurant because i thought it would be nicer. But is cheap, ordinary food for someone with 15 minutes to eat, with no ambitions. Lunch mostly.
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