Finding Five of the Best European Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro

Just a small selection from Rio's vast array of European-style restaurants, these five establishments encompass Polish, Portuguese, French, and Belgian cuisine.

By Jack Arnhold, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – As a cosmopolitan city and global destination, some immigrants and expatriates have brought culinary styles with them to the Cidade Maravilhosa, sharing tastes from home with Cariocas and fellow travelers. Here are five of some of the best European restaurants in Rio de Janeiro.

Restaurante A Polonesa (Copacabana)
This beautiful old-world restaurant was founded in 1948 by a Polish family. Since . . .

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