I'm Brazilian, abroad for the last 13 years and always happy to have Brazilian food to deal better with the saudades (nostalgia) of my home-country. The restaurant Bossa Nova was a good surprise. So, the rodízio (all u can eat meat serving) is definitely not like in Brazil, but who expects that, come on? It was fair, the waiters were constantly asking if everything was ok and me and my partner had enough food to be fully satisfied. The rodízio costs 22 euros. Drinks are apart. Caipirinha is 8 euros and it's REALLY good. Desserts are included in the price, but they didn't have anything really Brazilian, but some pre-made pastries that didn't look nice at all. In the buffet (included in the price), they had some salads, beans, feijoada, rice, bolinho de bacalhau, pastel and other stuff. I wish they had coxinha and pão-de-queijo. The place is not posh (and doesn't mean to be), but the atmosphere was cozy, mostly because of the staff. Some lounge music - or ideally live music - would have been great. The overall experience was good. I will return and bring my friends.
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