Our Restaurant is also located in the Tourism Center of Natal, a historical building on top of a hill, with a mesmerizing view. Through of the large windows measuring more than a meter in width, enabling you to see to the urban beaches of the city: Artistas, do Meio and Forte beaches. To start the meal, the appetizer is almost unanimous: Bolinho de macaxeira (Fried manioc dumpling) stuffed with Carne de sol (Specific type of meat typical for Northeastern Brazil. It consists of heavily salted beef, which is exposed to the sun for one or two days to cure.) and Coalho cheese (Literally "curd cheese" is the most traditional cheese of the Brazilian Northeast. This semi-hard, yellowish white cheese with an elastic texture doesn't melt when heated.) or shrimp and coalho cheese. The Baião de Dois (Made with rice and beans, dried meat, butter, coalho cheese and other ingredients) gives sequence to the meal; a prepared mixture of green beans and rice, carne de sol, bacon, coalho cheese, sausage, mixed with manteiga da terra (A characteristic part of the cuisine of the northeast of Brazil, it is a yellow-orange, viscous liquid which may be opaque or semi-translucent. It is strongly flavored; it can be eaten with bread, or used as an ingredient to make other dishes) sour cream, coconut milk and chives served fried manioc. A suggestion to open the apatite is a shot of a regional of cachaça (sugar cane hard liquor from a variety of distilleries of the state RN). Ask the menu in English and enjoy your meal!
Open every day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., except:
Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.