The place is a real argentinian "bodegón". Wine served in cup with a small portion of delicious crunchy and salty peanuts, magnificent meat and delicious side dishes. It's also located in a VERY charming place, my favorite in Arraial D'ajuda, which is the Praça da Igreja (Church's Square). The waiter Marcelo, very kind guy, recommended me a black angus beef with homemade fries (not those horrible frozen ones, and they were delicious), chimichurri sauce, spicy white beans, farofa and vinagrete.
The meat was perfect, I barely needed a knife so soft it was. I don't think I've eaten such a delicious beef in Argentina, and I've been to Argentina many times. The price was absolutely fair, far from the abusive prices they charge for not-so-good food in the trendy Mucugê Street.
Highly recommended and I will definitely return. Best restaurant I've been in Arraial, hands down.
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