Great variety of Brazilian tapioca I enjoyed the natural coconut water is a group we shared a bucket of Heineken the shrimp and beef were excellent. The atmosphere and construction are fantastic
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Food is almost four stars but I found it a bit pricy. This is the reason I give an overall 3 stars. In any case is a nice place to taste local food.
If you want to taste the most delicious (sweet or salty) tapioca in a rustic, local and friendly way, Casa de Taipa is the place. Here you have plenty of fillings to choose from and, unless you really don't like tapioca, you will have an...More
Nice area. Unique food. Friendly staff. Great place if you want to have a light dinner before heading out for a night out in town. Great place for lunch as well. One part of the restaurant's floor (terrace) is covered with white-beach-sand, careful if you...More
We tried multiple tapiocas on multiple visits (lunch, dinner, dessert), and each and every one was beyond amazing.
If you want to taste some of exotic and delicious local food, try the Tapioca. It is made of manioc and filled in with a variety of flavours. Try it with cheese and coconut or smashed meat. The place is decorated with local art (artesanato)...More
Tapioca is sort of a big deal in the North East of the country. This restaurant has the best tapioca I've had so far in Brazil. Definitely worth going, we ended up going three times we liked it so much. Super friendly staff, coconut water...More
I had a very pleasant surprise with this place. the food was very good. I had the shrimp and catupiry cheese tapioca. It was absolutely delish!! The caipirinhas are very good too and the atmosphere is lively. I will return and recommend this place.