This cheerful eatery spells comfort from word go. The colourful décor and natural light add to the happy vibe here. The food menu is carefully created by Chef Guto Souza who has been in India for long and understands the Indian palate well. Brazilian food with a contemporary twist of his own, is how he prefers to describe his food. The bar here is attractive and it is fun to watch the bartenders in action. The bar menu has enough variety and there is a separate wine list too. A fair selection for vegetarians in the food menu which is otherwise sea food and meat intensive. The veg momos drizzled with the soy caramel sauce are palate pleasing. The pillowy soft Cheese Bread or Pao de Queijo is light and a great way to start. Camarao Copacabana with grilled prawns on a puri-like pastry topped with aioli and pineapple chutney is an absolute treat for the eyes as well as the palate. The fresh ingredients score in each dish as do the enticing flavours. The Galinhada is comforting with its aromatic light flavours. Clever use of Indian spices has been made and skilfully combined with Brazilian ingredients. Service is warm and efficient.