Amazon fishes are offered grilled or stewed. The grilled Tambaqui and the Caçerola de Pirarucu are excellent.
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The place is used by the well to do of town and was nearly full on a week day. Being totally local, the menu was in Brazilian and the staff barely speaks English but we were with our guide so had no problems. Excellent caperinhas...More
At dinner here with my wife and a friend. We ordered a dish to feed two people and an appetizer. The dish we ordered came in a long narrow bowl. Fish was cooked in a yellow shrimp sauce accompanied by shrimp. It was delicious. Though...More
Excellent food in this local restaurant with higher quality then the rest of the pack. Great atmosphere inside and a taste of the Amazone that was definitely not met while being on the Amazone trip in one of the floating restaurants visited during the boat...More
Not bad, but they cater to the two business hotels next door so the food is more touristy than most of the restaurants in the area. not bad, just not something that merits it's current #14 tripadvisor rating
The service and food were excellent, and it was a pleasant surprise considering I was with a group who ordered a variety of plates, and all the food arrived together and hot.
The restaurant and service are great. They have parking locations and a good location. We ordered a "pirarucu filet with prawn sauce" a great option. I think the restaurant need some improvements, for instance the air conditioner that is continuous throwing water.
The maître is a attentive guy. He explained us a lot of things from Manaus regional cuisine. He got some samples from the kitchen so we could try a little bit of everything. We finally decided for the pirarucu (regional fish) with an banana cream....More