I had a great breakfast here during my stay in Copacabana for Carnaval week. I had the special breakfast which came with several types of bread along with a plate of sliced cheeses and ham. The broa de milho was my favorite. It came out warm from the oven and went great with the creamy requeijao spread on top. The capaccino was tasty and well prepared and the orange juice, fresh and sweet. The dining area is tastefully decorate in a European style. The service was the weak point. The waitresses attending our table seemed confused and were not trying particularly hard to be friendly. The price was pricey, but the quality of food justified it in my opinion.