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With a memorable Sunday brunch that offers everything from caviar to oysters, quiches and cheese, this versatile restaurant also serves lunch, tea and evening meals with style. On weekdays there is a truly English afternoon tea, with fruit cake, jam and, of course, an excellent selection of imported teas. The a la carte dinner is also superb. Located by the pool of the most traditional and stylish hotel in Rio, this is a charming, sophisticated and quiet place to eat. Valet parking is provided.
The breakfast at Da Casa da Tatá was recently voted the best in Rio by a local food and drink bible, and it's hard to argue with the judges. Owner Marta Jubé (Tatá) has created a relaxed, homely cafe with a wonderfully rustic ambiance, and you'll feel right at home as you settle in the comfy chairs and wait for the goodies to arrive. The famous breakfast features an abundance of home-made breads and cakes, jams, juices, and coffees (The carrot cake with chocolate sauce should not be missed). Tatà takes her culinary influences from Paris and from Brazilian state of Minas Gerais, and you won't want to leave without taking some of her croissants or brioche with you. - Lucy Bryson
Part deli, part bakery, and part coffee shop, Talho Cabixaba has been serving up superior sandwiches and delicious desserts for over 60 years. Sandwiches here are made to order - customers can take their pick from a mouthwatering array of ciabattas, croissants, focaccias and other specialist breads. Choices of fillings include smoked salmon, buffalo mozzarella, Parma ham, grilled eggplant, brie and more. Fresh salads are also popular options, while quiches and savory pastries are convenient orders to go. Desserts here are also excellent – try the tart of chocolate mousse and nuts for a real treat.