Time Out says
If you feel like having a Sole Colbert, if you're yearning for a Chicken Brochette, or if you want to eat a Miscelânia or a Monterosa, and it is three o'clock in the morning, then there is only one place to go: Galeto. Designed by architects Victor Palla and Bento de Almeida, its calling card is an imposing 150-seat counter. The menu offers 170 different options, but its owner highlights the Steak Tartar ("if you like tartars"), the Gaúcho-style Churrasco and the Grilled Cod. The hamburger was picked by Time Out as one of the city's top ten.