Potato SaladBrazilian Recipe, selected potatoes, mayonnaise and our chef's touch.
MushroomsA fine selections of shitakes and white mushrooms
CheeseYour choice of fresh mozzarella, baby swiss, brie, smoked gouda and more
TabuleBrazilian recipe of the traditional middle-eastern delicacy, made with imported wheat
Carreteiro RiceEnriched with the best parts of beef, onions and parsley
VegetablesWe serve a wide selection of the freshest vegetables available
PastaAlways fresh pasta with exquisite sauce
Mashed PotatoesCreamy, prepared with selected potatoes
AsparagusJumbo, cooked very lightly
Smoked SalmonFrom a world class supplier cut in thin slices
Hearts of PalmDelectable, served with cucumber, herbs, and cherry tomatoes
Ceasar Salad, Broccoli, OnionsFresh and perfect colored vegetables
SalamiDry Toscano, from the best furnisher
ArtichokesThe tender heart, cooked to prefection and lightly seasoned
Fried BananasWell combined with food, perfect combination between salt and sweet
Black BeansOne of the most popular dishes in Brazil, cooked with the best ingredients
VinagreteBrazilian stuff sauce, made with tomatoes, onions and selected spices
RieslingTypical taste in varietal wine: riesling wines are much lighter than chardonnay wines. The aromas generally include fresh apples. The riesling variety expresses itself very differently depending on the district and the winemaking. Rieslings should taste fresh. If they do, then they might also prove tastier and tastier as they age. Good with our: parmesan pork tenderloin.
Chardonnay Typical TasteIn varietal wine: often wider-bodied (and more velvety) than other types of dry whites, with rich citrus (lemon, grapefruit) flavours. Fermenting in new oak barrels adds a buttery tone (vanilla, toast, coconut, toffee). Tasting a usd 12 californian chardonnay should give citrus fruit flavors, hints of melon, vanilla, some toasty character and some creaminess. Burgundy whites can taste very different. Good with our: chicken breast wrapped bacon.
SyrahTypical taste in varietal wine: aromas and flavours of wild black-fruit (such as blackcurrant), with overtones of black pepper spice and roasting meat. The abundance of fruit sensations is often complemented by warm alcohol and gripping tannins. Good with our: rib-eye.
Merlot Typical TasteIn varietal wine: black-cherry and herbal flavours are typical. The texture is round but a middle palate gap is common. Good with our: top sirloin.
Cabernet SauvignonTypical taste in varietal wine: full-bodied, but firm and gripping when young. With age, rich currant qualities change to that of pencil box bell pepper
Pinot Noir Typical TasteIn varietal wine: very unlike cabernet sauvignon. The structure is delicate and fresh. The tannins are very soft; this is related to the low level of polyphenols. The aromatics are very fruity (cherry, strawberry, plum), often with notes of tea-leaf, damp earth, or worn leather. Good with our: lamb chops.