This well-regarded churrascaria overlooks Leme beach and serves more than a dozen types of sizzling meats—all from organic farms—rodízio style. Your choices also include an extremely tempting seafood buffet and a salad bar. The borderline-kitsch decor incorporates items recovered from 19th-century fazendas (coffee farms), but don't let that distract you from the task of eating as much as you possibly can. For those who prefer the flavors of the sea to the flavors
of the farm, Marius Crustacoes sits right next door and offers the same rodizio-style service, but this time with seafood, and at a slightly higher price tag (R$170).
Mar 6, 2005
I was in Rio in February 2005, and this was the best restaurant experience I have had in years. The restaurant is all you can eat, and in addition, they have waiters bring out special food for you to taste every 5 minutes. My friends and I stayed an hour extra just so we had room to eat more food. This was definitely the best food experience that I have had in my lifetime. The atmosphere is a perfect reflection of Copacabana and life in Rio.
I definitely recommend coming to this restaurant, especially if you love seafood like I do.