Some positive gastronomic for Rio de Janeiro with the opening in Ipanema on 22 July of Gajos d’Ouro.
The reason for the excitement is that many of the people involved in the project (front of house and in the kitchen) are well known for their time at Antiquarius, considered for decades to be Rio’s top Portuguese restaurant – and generally one of the city’s best – until it closed its doors two years ago.
So as well as familiar faces, diners will also find at Rua Prudente de Moraes, 1008 some familiar and favourite dishes on the menu. For the moment Gajos d’Ouro can handle 30 guests in the main room and 20 in the garden-patio.
The group is also responsible for the bar-restaurant Entre Amigos Gastronomia in Botafogo.