Nice place, bad service, food served was cold. Not worth the price. Restaurant is in the garden of a Brazilian house, now a museum.
We had a group of 15 expat women that arranged high tea here. The staff was very wonderful and easy to make reservations with via email using Google translate. The food and tea was excellent. Not like a high tea you would have in England but still a wonderful experience and well worth the price. The food just kept coming... More
Almost an annex to the Museum, with a pleasant garden-looking area. A resonably-priced daily menu with a choice between two entrees. Attractive food, particularly the "papillotes", fish or meat steam-cooked in an aluminum sheet. A superb "pause" for those who work around A. Faria Lima!
Quinta do Museu is not so trendy as other restaurants in the neighboorhood, but certainly will surprise you. The place is small, some 20 table maybe, attached to a small museum and a beautiful garden. The menu doesn’t offer a wide range of options, but you’ll find pasta, meat and salads with an unique preparation. Easy to park, fair prices... More
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