Fodor's Expert Review Adega Pérola

$$ Copacabana and Leme Portuguese
One of the most authentic botequim (traditional bar) experiences in Rio is this hole-in-the-wall kitchen serving up tasty Portuguese-style tapas to shared tables and a long deli-bar where regulars crowd after dark. While the staff's English is limited, the service and general atmosphere—vintage prints and liters of wine lining the walls—is so warm and welcoming that you will barely notice; be prepared for a wait in the evenings if you want a table, or head to the bar and order directly from the counter.
Portuguese Historical Casual Lunch Dinner $$

Quick Facts

Rua Siqueira Campos 138
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro  22031-010, Brazil


Known For:
  • Friendly local atmosphere
  • Strong flavors, including generous helpings of marinated garlic cloves
  • The calamari
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: Closed Sun.

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