Every time I go back to Porto Alegre, I take my family there. The service is good, lots of salad options, pasta and of course meet (beef, chicken, pork). You must try the 'picanha alho e óleo', deliscious!
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Very simple and genuine place serving good and cheap food. Loved the galeto (baby chicken), the pork ribs and the fried polenta. The pastas were pretty good. I did not have the salad as it did not look very fresh. Loved the atmosphere. Great lunch...More
We enjoyed the hors d'oeuvres and the capaletti soup followed by the specialty of roasted chicken served with many types of pasta. Costillas were also brought along with excellent salads. It was a very enjoyable and affordable. We hope to return soon.
It's a simple restaurant but the food is very good. As for my Dad, he just wouln't go anywhere elase. The chicken, the "polenta", the cheese pastel - OMG. If you don't mind a not fancy at all restaurant, it's really worthy.
Primo Polastro became famous because a typical dish is served there. Galeto is a typical meal of Italian colonies in southern Brazil, especially those located in Rio Grande do Sul The actual name of delicacy in Italy is "passarinhada", which means little birds cooked in...More