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Rice 'n' Beans
Posted by Xxx on 04/13/2015
I've been eating at and ordering from this place for over a decade and it was one of my favorite places in the neighborhood. It had amazing rice and beans, roasted chicken, arroz con pollo, shrimp and rice, soup, etc.. (Always a little pricey for the cuisine, but worth it in quality and flavor). But for the last year or so when I have ordered or gone to the restaurant I find myself extremely disappointed. I don't know if management changed or what, but it has gone from one of my favorites to a sad (average at best) experience in every way. There are many better options in the area. Sad to see a gem go downhill like this...
Posted by Dov on 12/11/2014
Just happened to be in the area - and decided to try this place for lunch. Took the Port Chops ...lets start from the fact that is was a tiny, almost unseen pork chop...not chops. Then - whatever was there was impossible to cut - the meat was an OLD shoe sole...and whatever I was able to scrape - was FAT! So 10$ for a bit rice and beans ...ENJOY!
Posted by Lauren on 12/21/2012
The special is $22 of glorified beans and rice, and the white wine chicken was soggy. Not so impressed.
Posted by kT on 12/08/2011
Exceeded my expectations! More than pleased with the vegetables, rice and beans. Yum!
Posted by Claudia on 10/10/2011
They have the best vegetarian beans in town....its a very small place,but very cozy, the peoples who work there are very friendelly, the service is fast! They have all the amazing plates from Brazil, all very tastefull and in a good size.... Only the price its a bit expensive!
Posted by George C on 05/01/2011
Went with a party of 6 for a 3 pm lunch. The service was quick and friendly. The feijoada was perfect. Other authentic dishes like fish and yuca we just delicious. I plan to go back. It is a cosy and nice place.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/16/2010
I ordered the chicken risotto, and it was disappointing! The chicken was dark meat with an assortment of mysterious organ-looking chunks. Waste of a $16 entree!