Wow, I really like eating here. The food is cheap and tasty, with kofta and stuffed peppers. You can order a half-portion if you're not feeling hungry. You'll find it at the Largo do Machado subway station: just turn left as you
Belmonte is famous for its beer and pies, and is known one of the best bars in the city of Rio de Janeiro. It is worth mentioning that their sandwiches are really delicious. It's not too expensive, either. For me, the juices they
Garota de Ipanema is one of the restaurants / bars of Rio de Janeiro that are well-known and one of the most visited. It owes its fame to the fact that it is dedicated to Vinicius de Moraes, the author of the famous song "The Girl
The "Fogo de Chao" is the perfect place to appreciate the true "gaucho" style of meat in Rio de Janeiro. Combining a sophisticated and welcoming environment, the restaurant lets its clients come together for leisure and business in
This restaurant is outside of the city's tourist circuit, but it's worth taking a taxi to get there. The menu offers all the flavours of a Brazilian kitchen - really good feijoada, ribs, shrimp with pumpkin, and other delicacies. The
The Casa da Feijoada is one of those places that attracts foreigners and locals. It has a lovely atmosphere and delicious food. There are options available for those who don't want to try this very traditional Brazilian dish. The
This is a large chain of restaurants which specialises in burgers, and has an American sports theme. The service was excellent and the food was delicious, although we didn't opt for the burgers, instead going for the noodle soup with
Never thought I'd be eating in a favela. But it was one of the best meals I´ve enjoyed recently. It´s situated in a stunning location in the center of the favela. The most amazing experience of my life, no doubt.
A big house, a garden, a pool, and a playground for the children, all surrounded by lots of vegetation. This is the scenario that greets you as you approach this site, run by chef Augosto Bomfim, where you can enjoy a very regional
Shortly after arriving in Rio, my friend Javier decided to eat at a nice little bar where the food is made from seafood from the Manda Sea. In this restaurant, people buy their food there and then sit on the waterfront and eat it.
This network of shops is one of those places where people go after visiting the beach, to have a meal or just a snack. The atmosphere is great, and they offer a wide range of meals: pancakes, sandwiches, salads, and juices. It has 11
La Boucherie restaurant, run by the famous chef Claude Troisgo and his children, Caroline and Thomas, specialises in meat. There's rump steak, fiorentina steak, prime rib, delicious lamb chops, filet mignon ... they're served with a
The Forneria has a very pleasant atmosphere, and opens directly onto the street. It serves classic Italian cuisine, with pasta, pizza, and risotto. The desserts are made in a bakery on the second floor, and are also very tasty. Prices
This is a crazy mix of restaurant, bar, bakery, sweetshop, and wine shop. There are tables outside on the porch. The French breakfast for two costs about $48, and there are also waffles, pancakes, scrambled eggs, and more than 50
Jasmin Manga restaurant is an excellent option, with good food and service, as well as an economic price. You can sit inside or outside, and they offer delicious feijoada, as well as outstanding grilled salmon!
They offer quintessential Brazilian food that is grilled served with rice, chips, beans ... It is customary to dine in one of the many grills in which, by buffet, you can enjoy a fabulous meal for a price of 10 euros. I recommend it.
One of the places I was invited to lunch by the friends I met travelling in Rio de Janeiro in July, was this restaurant on the third floor of Shopping Rio Carioca Sul. It opened in 1984 and is very well positioned, simple, elegant