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Does this restaurant have an elevator with braille signage representing the different floors to accommodate customers with vision impairments?YesNoUnsure
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The restaurant is famous and beautiful but the quality has fallen during the last years.
The prices of the food are not higher than the prices of other fine restaurants on the island, but the the prices of the drinks and wine are abusive.
Its a very famous place in Fernando de Noronha. We had lunch with friends, just the regular menu. It is on the pricy side, even for Fernando de Noronha Standard.
We heard from several sources, that the special events / all you can eat are...More
We have been advised by a local to go in tjis retaurant to find some sushi. First, there were no sushi anymore and secondly we decided to take a pincanha very basic south american food and it was just the worst we had in brasil....More
We went there for the festival of the gastronomy and this is really a festival.
You first need to wait for quite a long time for Ze Maria to come in and do his show... explaining how great is the team, the food and himself...More
A lot of media... but to be frank, Noronha has much better options (Triboju and Xica da Silva ate cheaper and with much better flavor). The food is just ok. Yes, a lot of options, but nothing that you will remember. Service average and definitely...More
they offer gourmet festival every Wednesday and Saturday (a little expensive $230) - if you would like to go, book it well in advance, it's usually sold out especially in peak periods.
Also the a la carte is worth a visit.
great seafood and excellent...More
We were there for the sushi buffet. It was all you can eat. It was well worth it. Very good. Service was good as well! No views if that’s what you’re looking for. We couldn’t get a reservation for the Gastro festival night, they were...More
We went to the Gastronomic Festival as it was considered a great thing to do in terms of food experience. However it was very frustrating! You pay a lot for it AUD 92 per person, not included drinks and service, and that is what my...More