One of Rio's historic restaurants where presidents, writers, actors, poets have frequented. It opened its doors in 1874. The decor is simple, traditional and classic—spacious with wooden chairs and tables, and white tablecloths that match the white columns. The menu is traditional, and the steaks are most popular. Try the famous Lamas Steak and the fillet with chips, onion, ham and peas. Another good option is codfish cakes to be savored with cold draught beer. Save room for dessert... the flans are amazing!
Member Rating 5 out of 5 on February 18, 2008
Rua Marquês de Abrantes, 18
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 22230-061
+55 21 25560799