Ok. I took friends to this restaurant 2 days ago and we choose the whole deal, with seafood and barreado. The barreado was indeed very good. However, I was profoundly disappointed with the seafood part of the service. No local "bacucu" which was replaced by farmed mussels. Too big to be served in the way it is. No local fish, only tilapia and salmon. No local fish only farmed shrimps and awfully little. I confess that I was ashamed for my friend's. Next time I am not taking visitors to this restaurant as it really is not serving that type of food they used to serve some years ago. The staff, though, is nice. I also did not find the seafood well made...too many fried stuff and the steamed shrimp looked old. I will not go back. there are many better places, I imagine, to taste the barreado.