This is an incredible step out of NYC and into another country. The very tiny restaurant has complete bragging rights on the awesome brazilion food it offers. The spices blend well, both in the air and on the plate. We got there before the lunch rush, so the service was excellent. When the rush hit, it looked like it was harder to get the same service. A trip to the restroom takes you through a tiny kitchen in between the dodging cooks... and funny enough, it simply added a charm to the experience.