Forget what you know about the Rio culinary scene and imagine a totally different take on the gastronomic options the city has to offer. Bagatelle offers a lively atmosphere with signature European flare and a menu carefully curated with traditional French dishes and a touch of local influence. A classic French bistro with roots in NYC, Bagatelle is set inside the historical Jockey Club building, one of the city’s most recognizable sights. Your night at Bagatelle begins with traditional French fare infused with a bit of Brazilian flavor, courtesy of Gustavo Young, Corporate Chef for Bagatelle Brazil. “The idea of Bagatelle is to be a provencal kitchen, traditional and warm, a true offering of comfort food, but one with a sprinkle of Rio’s influence”, says Young. In Rio, the kitchen is run by chef Thiago Maeda, who takes advantage of the region’s best and freshest ingredients, such as the abundance of fish from Cabo Frio, the seafood extravaganza and typical Brazilian appetizers with a Parisian touch.
Jockey Club - Praça Santos Dumont,
31 - Tribuna A - Gávea
22470-060 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Monday to Wednesday: 7pm–1am Thursday to Sunday: 7pm–2am