Located in the prime location of Arpoador overlooking Ipanema beach, a few steps from the sea, the restaurant Azul Marinho offers a successful mix of Brazilian flavors.

FOGO DE CHAO, Botafogo

Setting the standard for the city’s meat-feast restaurants, Porcão Rio's manages to win hands down, quality of meat and breadth of buffet, which has to be seen to be believed.


Satyricon is the right place if you’re willing to try freshness and quality of genuine mediterranean cuisine.

LE PRE CATALAN, Copacabana

When Roland Villard took control of the Sofitel's restaurant, the master of French cuisine immediately propelled Le Pré Catelán head and shoulders above the other hotel restaurants in the city.

AZUMI, Botafogo

Some claim Azumi is the bastion of traditional Japanese cuisine in the city.

LASAI, Botafogo

The restaurant promises a cutting edge cuisine, always highlighting local produce and respecting the traditions.

MEE, Copacabana

First luxury chinese restaurant in Rio de Janeiro nestled in the fabulous Copacabana Palace.

APRAZIVEL, Santa Teresa

The location is more spectacular than the food, so make your choice between country-house-style indoor eating or the Ewok Village-esque outdoors (including a great tree house) with stunning views across Guanabara Bay

ORO, Jardim Botanico

Elaborate tasting menus are the order of the day at Oro, award-winning carioca chef Felipe Bronze’s restaurant and the newest addition to the neighbourhood.

Cipriani, Copacabana

This restaurant is housed in the plush environs of Copacabana Palace, overlooking the hotel's enormous pool.


The restaurant, in a charming nineteenth century building, sits right beside the tramline, and just off the main hustle and bustle of the bohemian neighbourhood’s bars and galleries.


Just as popular with Santa Teresa locals as tourists, the authentic feel of Sobrenatural gives you an idea of what to expect from the mid-priced seafood restaurant.

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