The food is nice but it's pretty expensive. The show is not amazing, but it will entertain a bit. There's a lot of hype towards this place, I expected more.
The equivalent to a tango House in Brazil, or Irish dancing in Dublin, but it is well put tigether with great artist - in particular the tango dancewrs - they are simply amazing. Don't miss it.
The reviews are accurate, this is mainly set up for tourists and business groups. This is a very large room with some tables quite a long way from the stage. That being said, are we not tourists and the target market the owners are striving to reach. The performers really try to put on an entertaining show and the food... More
Disappointed with level of kitch show and the buffet was extremely underwhelming. If you want a more authentic show and better typical food, go elsewhere. Expensive for what you get. Very touristy.
I'd agree with the reviewers who say this is a tourist trap, but I'd also note that quite a few Brasilians (possibly tourists) seemed to be in the restaurant/show with us. Apparently you need to book far in advance to get a reserved table with a good view of the small stage. The food was good. I enjoyed the desserts... More
Expected more for the price, but it was just an average churrascaria. The dessert buffet was always short and not fast replaced. It did not look clean either. Did not watch the show.
This is not the best Brazilian food one could eat. Meat was good, but the rest of the dishes and desserts were very disappointing. The show is interesting and is supposed to present a bit of the culture of Brazil, Argentina and Paraguai. Not very fancy, but worth seeing if you are a foreign tourist. Just keep in mind that... More
There may be 40 dishes to choose from (saladas pasta meat and desserts) but the veggies have no flavor as if they were frozen before, the pasta is over cooked, the meat is not tender at all, the sushi has no raw fish, and the disserts are not made with fresh ingredients... It is expensive for what you get
It was awful. Terrible. Starting from the shared minivan pickup that stops at every hotel, to the probably worst buffet we had in Brazil, to a show that could at best be described as mediocre. A rip-off. Don't go there.
The dinner show is enjoyable, S. American sampler of ethnic dance and song. The food was a disappointment. Buffet items were OK but nothing special and the much touted churrasco was some of the worst I have had in Brazil - meat all overdone and dry and small selection of cuts. I suggest you see the show and eat elsewhere.... More
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