Got to this place, known as 24/24 at 4 am after a really good live rock night, to have the famous end of night soup and the waiter was as direct as possible, to don't say he was disrespectful, just to advice they are not...More
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This is a great place to eat traditional Portuguese food in Cuiaba. The restaurant is clean, the staff are helpful and the food is very good with a wide selection to choose from
My goal was another nearby restaurant, but on my arrival was closed, but then a few blocks away I found Choppao. It was full of locals, so I gave it a try. Turned out to be delicious authentic Brazilian food. Excellent quality, at a reasonable...More
Fantastic Food, Fantastic Service, Fantastic Prices! Went several times and quality was consistent. Wait staff very accommodating to English only speakers.
We enjoyed authentic Brazilian food in very good quality for a reasonable price. A very friendly waiter went out of the way to serve us dishes adapted to our individual wishes.
Traditionally one of the oldest in the city, but among the best ones for a very cold beer and the traditional soup("Caldo" /caw*dough/ as the locals calls it.)
I really enjoyed this place. The food was good and authentic, and you could tell people have been coming here for decades. The portions are huge, like enough for 4 people. The waiter was very helpful and took time explaining things. A lot of men...More
We went here after a full day with no real meal, having flown for the past 36 hours. Although English was not spoken, we felt comfortable and welcomed. Their signature poached egg, tomato and chicken soup is a great light meal. We just had a...More