We had a super-attentive waiter who told us all about the different cuts of meat, and the difference between the Argentinian and Brazilian picanha. We had the Argentinian picanha for two (plenty of food, by far), linguiça, and a wonderful salad. Prices were reasonable. I would definitely go back. The only (very minor) drawback is that they don’t offer dessert, so as not to compete with a really good pastry shop down the street. (Or an equally good ice-cream shop right next door.) Very nice restaurant - recommended!