Rio de Janeiro

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European
Gávea, Jardim Botânico & Lagoa
7 reviews
According to many, this is the best food in Rio, if not Brazil. — Insight Guides
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International
Copacabana & Leme
7 reviews
Landmark French Riviera-style palace with a modern, all-suite annex, on one of the world's most famous stretches of sand, the 2½-mile Copacabana Beach. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Ipanema & Leblon
8 reviews
Gero has some exquisite choices including tuna carpaccio, risotto with Tuscan sausage and the simple but delicious ravioli with tomato, mozzarella and basil. — Lonely Planet
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South American
Santa Teresa & Lapa
7 reviews
A tropical garden filled with exotic plants, monkeys, and birds is the spectacular setting for this family restaurant serving pan-Brazilian dishes. — Fodor's
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International
Botafogo & Urca
6 reviews
Located in a nineteenth- century house typical of Botafogo, with a relaxed dining area decorated in a retro 1960s style, this treasure of a restaurant deserves going slightly out of the way for. — Rough Guide
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Dessert
Centro & Cinelândia
5 reviews
Founded in 1894, this splendidly decorated Art Nouveau café patisserie – a true relic of Rio’s belle époque – is a wonderful place to take tea and cakes. — Rough Guide
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International
Leblon
3 reviews
The setting is modern and intimate and enhanced with a few designer details such as the suspended kokedama-shaped jabuticabeira tree. — Michelin Guide
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Botafogo
3 reviews
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Italian
Copacabana & Leme
5 reviews
An extensive Northern Italian menu that includes appetizers such as shiitake carpaccio with goat-cheese gratin and excellent mains such as potato-encrusted snapper fillet. — Fodor's
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Latin
Ipanema & Leblon
6 reviews
Feijoada is more than a meal in Brazil—the hearty black bean and pork stew is a part of the culture. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Ipanema & Leblon
5 reviews
This brightly colored bistro, a block from the beach, serves Mediterranean and Eastern food, including Vietnamese rolls. — DK Eyewitness
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Mediterranean
Ipanema & Leblon
4 reviews
The stylish, soft-toned dining room is often busy with a social and well-dressed crowd thanks, in part, to past celebrity visits from the likes of Sting and Madonna. — Travel + Leisure
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Asian
Gávea, Jardim Botânico & Lagoa
4 reviews
With a partial view of Corcovado, this vast, glass-walled Chinese restaurant is a stomping ground for affluent Cariocas. — DK Eyewitness
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South American
Santa Teresa
4 reviews
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Steakhouse
Ipanema & Leblon
3 reviews
The city's most celebrated chef—Claude Troisgros—has changed the face of the all-you-can-eat churrascaria with this chic bistro whose kitchen is led by his talented son Thomas. — Fodor's
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Steakhouse
Copacabana
4 reviews
Although the price is sky-high here, this spacious all-you-can-eat restaurant spreads a feast before a mostly tourist-filled dining room — Lonely Planet
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Steakhouse
Ipanema & Leblon
2 reviews
If you like red meat, especially a good rump cut, then try the Giuseppe Grill picanha supra sumo. The meat comes medium rare, served with house potatoes. — Michelin Guide
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Japanese
Copacabana & Leme
2 reviews
Azumi’s seafood is particularly fresh thanks to its boat that catches fish each morning for the evening’s sushi and sashimi. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Portuguese
Ipanema & Leblon
2 reviews
This tiny, old-school boteco (neighborhood bar) has been a Rio institution for over 50 years. The picanha (beef steak) is divine. — Lonely Planet
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Cafe
Copacabana
2 reviews
The Bakers is a fine spot for flaky croissants, banana Danishes, apple strudels and other treats. — Lonely Planet
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