"Sentaí" has always been a legend on Rio de Janeiro's restaurant scene and I had heard a lot about it and its traditional seafood and Portuguese cuisine. It is located in the very old Rio's center, behind the "Central do Brasil" railway station. The area is terrible and not at all recommended to foreigners (and Brazilians, too). It is not easy to get there and harder to get out (principally if you are not aware of subway and bus systems). The so much praised cuisine is long gone. Décor is not interesting or even typical. Service is bureaucratic and tired. Prices are as high as those practiced in much well off areas of Rio. A legend is always a legend and you might want to check it for yourself - but at your own risk! In Copacabana, Ipanema or Leblon you'll find wonderful seafood and Portuguese cuisine at much better premisses and at the very same prices. You are warned! Anyway, Bon Appétit!
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