In the evening we went to Leblon for dinner. Because there are many Japanese in Brazil, it claims to have the best sushi in the world except Japan. We went to the famous Sushi Leblon, wow, it was overcrowded. The restaurant is on a small street with a variety of high-end restaurants on both sides. It is at the corner of the road. There are always long lines at the door. The diners are all Yunshang temples. The casually dressed people on the street are completely different on weekdays. We really waited for more than an hour before we went in.....The sushi tastes good, the environment is good, and a little expensive, but...is it the best in the world...
Definitely the best sushi in Rio, try to make reservations ahead of time. Everything was super fresh and quality of service was amazing. It''s not cheap but worth your money is you love sushi!
The line is usually very slow. The food is good, but I think there are better options in Rio.
One of the best tuna tatar I have ever tasted. Unforgetable seared tuna with foi gras and green apple. The service was not more than you can expect in Rio but quite fast.
The name of this restaurant resembles mine, hehe, his house is located in a bustling business district. The price is still very close to the people, so we went there many times and basically tasted his dishes.