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You can't beat "costela Bam-Bam," a gigundo beef rib cooked over charcoal, blood red in the middle. Smear on the chile relish and sprinkle with toasty farofa! Named after the shanty-shack slums that surround Cariocan cities, Favela offers a greatest hits of Brazilian cuisine-maybe you won't need to go to Newark's Ironbound anymore. The Bahian standard moqueca is rendered here with admirable fidelity-crammed with seafood, tinged with red dende oil, and sided with a jiggy pudding. You can't beat Favela for bar snacks, either: Pick the sundried beef jerky called carne de sol ("meat of the sun").