THE GENUINE TASTE OF BRAZIL IN MADRID
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In each bite, Guanabara is a lifestyle. Brazil in vein, genuine food and a unique atmosphere. Nothing like enjoying around a table with good friends, an authentic caiprinha and the best gastronomic offer.
Every Friday and Saturday night from 8:30 p.m. you will enjoy live music (Samba, Bossanova and MPB).