Life at 321 Rua da Rosa is a happy marriage between Mexico and Peru. This harmonious relationship produced beef, chicken or pork tacos, and white fish or tuna ceviches, served with the corresponding country's national drinks: on one side margaritas and several tequila cocktails, on the other pisco sour. It's a felicitous mix; the mood is cosmopolitan, you can have dinner and enjoy some drinks at the same place. To top it all off, ask for the churro garden to make the evening sweeter.
Time Out tips:
– Just so you know: the restaurant's acoustics aren't particularly good.
– Words from our critic's review of the place: “De puta madre.”
– The artwork in the hall is called Favela Vidigal, and it's gourgeous.