6 expert 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
"Chef Roberta Ciasca... cooks an inventive menu with panache, pairing duck trouxinha dumplings with caramelized orange, pepper-crusted tuna with lentil ragout, or stewing up spicy prawn moquecas with curry."
"Blink and you could miss this hip Botafogo eatery housed in a tiny white colonial building and furnished entirely with pieces from the 1950s to the 1970s." Full review
"Funky is hard to find in Rio de Janeiro, so Miam Miam has found the perfect niche to fill." Full review
If you are planning to eat a full meal you may want to opt for one of the Formica tables but make sure you grab that spot on the couch for dessert and an after-dinner drink.
"Light, flavorsome Mediterranean food and some of the finest caipirinhas in the city are served in this atmospheric brick-lined restaurant and mini-lounge bar."
"Inspired by the 'comfort food' concept, the menu consists of home-made Brazilian dishes which are delicately presented and made using modern techniques." Full review