This unassuming Brazilian restaurant in the University district of Seattle is the only Brazilian restaurant we could find in the greater Seattle area. Family owned and operated, it delivers an authentic taste and feel of the tropics, in a cozy atmosphere. The restaurant itself used to be a house, and they have very limited seating - about a dozen small tables. Calling ahead for reservations is recommended.
Both main dishes had a similar sauce, spicy with a coconut milk flavor, and were good. The Caipirinha is a very strong Brazilian drink - a tequila-like liquor mixed with straight lime juice and sugar, over ice. Intensely flavorful, and I really liked it. We finished off with a Caramel Flan, also good.
Our meal was good, but I didn't find it outstanding in any way, and was a little
disappointed at the sameness of our two entrees, which looked so different on the menu.
Nevertheless, the cooking was solid and the whole place felt authentic.