Fodor's Expert Review Restaurante Point de Grumari
Set overlooking the vast Guaratiba flatlands and enveloped in dense forest, the seafood-focused menu at this casual restaurant is best known for its moqueca stew and spectacular sunsets. The colorful flora and glorious vistas give the feeling of being far out of town (you'll need a car to get here), but it's a great place to stop between visits to Grumari beach and Sitio Roberto Burle Marx.
Estrada do Grumari 2710
Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro 23020–340, Brazil
- Nearly flawless passionfruit caipirinhas
- Sunset views
- Deep-fried shrimp pastries