From the yellow and green exterior, complete with their own Cristo Redentor statue, this is a restaurant that celebrates Brazil. Traditional dishes include feijoada and moqueca, and if it’s a drink you want you can check out their 'copacabana beach bar'.
There's certainly plenty of choice when it comes to the food. Those feijoada and moqueca dishes are alongside a risotto of Brazil nuts and butternut squash, a mixed grill and file de pescada com batata bolinha - pan-fried sea bream served with new potatoes, salsa verde and burnt lemon.
Desserts include buttermilk panna cottas, guava cheesecakes and a Brazil nut chocolate brownie served here with vanilla ice cream and pasoaquinha - a Brazilian sweet made from peanuts.