Delicious! My friend had the Aipim Frito and loved it, though I prefer my cassava not to be fried. I wanted pao de queijo but was told that were out of the ingredients. A real shame because it's the one bread that's tasty and gluten free. She had the Risoto Copacabana without chicken- she's vegetarian- and it was very good, though a bit spicy for my taste. I had the Arroz Feijao Botafogo and it tasted just like feijao in Brasil! And the vegetable sauté that came with it was amazing (especially because I don't like eggplant). Sadly, the flan was not at the same level.
Simply fantastic food. Dishes and flavors that were so unique, made eating out very exciting again for someone with Celiac. While almost all the dishes are naturally gluten free (as MOST meals should be) it was a little unsettling when we spoke to the owner and server about Celiac and the risks of cross contamination, their overall knowledge wasn't as strong as we had hoped for. Good news is I didn't get sick, I believe if more people with this disease speaks to the owner and management they will learn much more about it. We will be returning to this little gem of a restaurant!!!