New York, NY, New York
June 8, 2004
We ordered some seafood paellas, which were excellent. The food in served in traditional Spanish style, with covered plates for each dish. There's really not much to say about the food; it's very good traditional Spanish cuisine. If you like Spanish dishes such as paella, you will enjoy Don Curro.
It is rather pricey. Lunch cost us R$100 (US$35) apiece, with non-alcoholic drinks and tip. We had one main dish each, plus one appetizer. I found this expensive, especially for Brazil. I would have preferred to save and go to a less classy restaurant, but what's done is done. For this reason, I only rank the Don Curro as "recommended."
You can also call Don Curro for take-out or delivery if you are in the area.
From journal Mercosur '03: A bus trip through hyperinflation