Fodor's Expert Review La Chaumière
Since opening in 1966, this small but cozy restaurant has been the mainstay of fine dining à la française in the capital, and has numbered Brazilian presidents among its guests. Incredible as it may seem, the friendly owner and chef is a Brazilian who promised the original French owners to keep the original fare and ambience. His resolution still pays off: try the steak au poivre (with a green peppercorn and cream sauce).
SCLS 408, Bl. A, Lj. 13
Brasília, Federal District 70257–510, Brazil