Brazilian cuisine by Alex Atala The pastel de vatapá for start and the muqueca com pirão e arroz..... great. To finish ask for the quindim!!!!! And the service is the best - Iclen is the best.
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We were taken here by a colleague as an example of the best of modern/contemporary Brazilian cuisine and it was a real treat. Very attentive and polite service (menus in English for the non-Portuguese speakers), lovely hot nibbles and then fabulous main courses. The room...More
This is a good example of Brazilian traditional food, the staff is very nice, the courses are very well served. I tried the tin pork, was amazing. I didn’t like the desserts, but is just my preference of tastes. I recommend the visit.
This is an upscale restaurant with well-prepared, Brazilian specialities. I started off with the bean soup and then had roasted pork ribs with mashed potatoes. Very good!
The food is certainly good, but a good amount (as in, an amount not commensurate with the price) was not great. Entree portions are quite average, but luckily one of the best parts of the meal is the couvert - so you can walk out...More
The food and atmosphere was nice. But not to the same level as my visit last year. We were with a group of 10 people and 60% loved their food and four of us were slightly disappointed. Nothing real bad, but not great. Service was...More
This was our first time in Dalva e Dito and we will certainly come back. First because the food is delicious: since the starts to main dish. Second because the service is very good. We had the "porco na lata" and the "pirarucu na chapa"...More