Run by the Que Bom churrasco restaurant, this cozy shop serves Brazilian sandwiches in nine or ten different varieties. Some favorites include the excellent Ceviche-style Shrimp-Avocado as well as the Grilled Cheese and Short Rib (think of it as a Brazilian version of Philly cheesesteak). Argentine-style choripan - a plump sausage swimming in tangy chimichurri sauce - also gets high marks, and is a bargain at Y600.
Side dishes include Brazilian street foods like coxhina croquettes, pastel meat pies, and grilled sausages. There's some outdoor seating on the front patio, or you can sit inside and watch football matches on TV. Most sandwiches are priced at Y800-1,000.