Very good local cuisine. The green bean feijoada was excellent! Also try the caldinho de feijão (bean stew).
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Although in a touristic zone of Salvador, this restaurant has most impressed me in the city. An extremely interesting menu which actually revives old, authentic recipes from Bahia in which you can clearly see the strong influence of the African continent. Not many places in...More
Very good service. Family loved the food. Restaurant decor is not fancy, but representative of local style. A place to visit
Lovely and attentive staff, tasty food and authentic decor - would recommend! We had the crab starter which was delicious and then the prawn moqueca - and it was really hard to choose from such a good menu.
In this very simple and small restaurant I had one of the best meals of my life. The owner is a researcher of ingredients and recipes of Bahia that have been vanishing from everyday life. The flavors and originality of the plates are outstanding. A...More
I tried 3 different plates and they where all really tasty!! The place is nice and cosy and the service was great! Congratulations!!!
Incredible array of fascinating, super authentic Bahian dishes cooked to a very high standard. Many obscure ingredients and dishes that I sadly did not encounter again in my trip across Bahia. The side of coconut rice that accompanied the moqueca was so simple, but one...More
Very simple, clean and welsoming restaurant in Rio Vermelho área of Salvador Bahia. Good food: for starters try the abará...just perfect. Then Moqueca de Camarão com Maturi (a stew of shrimp and green - unripe - cahsew nuts with vatapá and a side order of...More
We came for the seafood feijoada, and it was very good. The decor is nice, but the air conditioning wasn´t working properly and it was too hot inside.
Very good choice in Rio Vermelho neighborhood for local Bahia cuisine. Food was really good (try the Arroz de Hauça) as was the Tamarindo Caipiroska, which is a must try. Decor is more on the Spartan side, but it's ok. Service was corteous, but slow....More