Brazil Restaurants

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Brazil Restaurants

  • Porcão

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    This is the nicest and the most delicious Churrascaria in town. It's an all you can eat style restaurant. The salad back has everything from salads, breads, cheeses to sushi, sashimi and caviar. But the best part of the restaurant is the meat - chicken, pork, beef, lamb, etc. Bow-tied waiters walk around with giant skewers with meat, stopping at...

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  • Barravento

    4 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    This is, as announced before, the second sea food tip for the phantastic Barravento restaurant which I thoroughly enjoyed. This time around we're having lunch at 4:00PM, I'm not really hungry but with a tremendous appetite, so I order the 2 cheapest seafood items on the menu because all I really want is a good snack and this I got.... First the...

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  • Figueira (Churrascaria)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    One of the most celebrated restaurants in São Paulo, A Figueira Rubaiyat gets its interesting name from the tropical fig tree that dominates the exterior dining room (figueira) and from the 11th century Persian poetry by Omar Khayyam (Rubaiyat). I wasn't sure what the connection was, other than that the owner of the restaurant was of Lebanese...

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  • Bufalo Baby Churrascaria

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manaus Restaurants

    While we were walking and exploring the smaller streets, we came across Rancho Bufalo, and just had to give it a try, we were hungry. I had never eaten in an all you can eat restaurant before, and to find one that is all you can eat meat, was just perfect. And it was amazing. At the time we went over 10 years ago, there was a little wheel on the...

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  • Fabrica 1

    Londrina Restaurants

    This is a great place brew pub, excellent bar food, and local cuisine. All beer is brewed at Fabrica 1, is a great place to meet and greet friends, and make new friends. Very nice portions, and the beer is also excellent. I always look forward to visiting, every year when I go to Londrina. I recommend anyone visiting Londrina to visit Fabrica 1....

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  • Marius

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    I am going to Marius tonight, its one of my favorite restaurants here in Rio de Janeiro. Looking the webpage to make the reservation I saw some comments from a few foreigners who are telling NOT to go there. Reading there comments I realized the comments are not fair. Facts: one of the best restaurants in Rio with a BBQ and a seafood option or a...

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  • Sorriso da Dada

    4 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    Don't let the exterior appearance deter you from eating at Dada. Once inside, you'll find a cozy room with paintings of the proprietor herself, Dada. She is a warm looking Afro-Brazilian woman usually depicted in traditional clothing and with a bright smile accented by a charming gap between her two front teeth. Too bad I didn't meet her while I...

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  • Street food, per kilo, general,...

    5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    If it's Wednesday and you're in Sao Paulo you can bet that feijoada will be on the menu. They say that life in Sao Paulo is so unpredictable that they need to something to depend on and therefor Wednesday is feijoada day (Saturday is too in lots of restaurants). Feijoada is a sort of bean/pork stew and is popular thorough Brazil. Although I didn't...

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  • Manioka

    Manaus Restaurants

    when ever you come across Manioka, be sure it is well cooked, like the Yam Root, it is a tuberous root, Manioka is poison in its raw stage, so it has to be prepared and cooked poperly. you might get invited on off your beaten path journey, ask about Manioka....it is a stable food in this part of the Country,called Farofa when eaten with Black...

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  • Confeitaria Colombo

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    Confeitaria Colombo is tucked in a little street, and doesn't look overly impressive from the outside, but is very grand on the inside. The cafe has a lot of history, and big mirrors and display cases showing the history of the place. Oh and the pastries and cakes are to die for. It's not the cheapest, but spoil yourself for afternoon tea here.

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  • Sankofa African Bar and Restaurant

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    Infectious African beats bounce out of this warm, welcoming restaurant and bar in the historic Pelourinho district of Salvador. Inside the restaurant is bathed in rich hues and draped with native fabrics, masks, paintings and a slew of African masks. The beautiful original brick walls area a fitting canvas for the vibrant artworks. By night this is...

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  • Famiglia Mancini (Italian)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    To describe this restaurant isn’t easy…I’ve known Famiglia Mancini for long time and the experience is always the same: great! It’s a family tradition to the Paulistanos to go to Famiglia Mancini on weekends…or any other day! The food is excellent! From pastas to pizzas, the salad buffet with huge heart of palms that I love so much, the selection...

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  • El Torro Loco

    5 out of 5 stars

    Manaus Restaurants

    This place was great, make sure you go hungry. They had Sushi, pasta, every kind of meat and fish prepared 20 different ways. Also all the side dishes you could imagine. The meal ended with a half a pineaple smothered in grenadine. They had a great duck soup, also the garlic butter went well with all the meats.

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  • Churrascaria (all you can eat)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    If you already visited all the obligatory sights in a strange city, the question arises inevitably then, what program you should organize for the evening. A visit to this restaurant followed by a Samba show and some live Bossa Nova music in a large theater downstairs without breaking the bank is a wonderful choice! We had a big choice of salads...

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  • Yemanja

    4 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    This is meant to be the best Bahian seafood restaurant (Yemanje is the sea goddess) but I was slightly dissapointed. The acaraje were the heaviest I ever had in Bahia and the king prawn moqueca was good but nothing exceptional. Bit touristy...

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  • Jardineira Grill (Churrascaria)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Jardeneira offers buffet but features Brazilian BBQ. The meats are well cooked. I personally love the lamb chops. You get a variety of desserts and side dishes from waiters moving around. The actual buffet table offers a wide range of side dishes and other dishes. Lamb Chops

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  • McDonald

    Manaus Restaurants

    AMBIENCE??? You want ambience, then what are you doing HERE?! This is McDonald's!!! But for a quick snack, it's there when you need it. It's EVERYWHERE, for crying out loud, even in the middle of the rainforest! Legend has it that some of the next castaways were *wishing* they had it so good, though...eeewwwwwww...;-}

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  • Garota De Ipanema

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    This is one of the most famous restaurants in all of Rio de Janeiro simply for the fact that musical history took place here. It was in the Garota de Ipanema that poet Vinicius de Moraes and singer Tom Jobim wrote that memorable song "The Girl from Ipanema". I understand that the restaurant has been much changed since then. It has been much...

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  • Maria Mata Moros

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    Named after literature written by the Brazilian Hilda Histh, about a character, Maria Mata Mouro felt pleasure in what she ate. (I think I've got this right, correct me if I'm wrong!) This place is a darling little gem in the heart of Pelourinho... the atmosphere is charming and quaint, the back garden seating area is lush and romantic, the service...

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  • Terraco Italia

    4 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Maybe better categorized under "must see activitites", this sophisticated restaurant serves good food, but the main reason to come here is its location. Based near the centre of Sao Paolo on the 41st floor, the panoramic views are simply brilliant. We went just by night and you can see millions of lights surrounding you as the walls are mostly...

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  • Bernardinos Cozinha Portuguesa

    Manaus Restaurants

    *****wonderful, local flavor and atmosphere...excellent value as well, given the current exchange rate btwn the R$ and the US$...even though that rate isn't quiiiite what it was a year ago, arggghhhh...***** *****oh my, but the bacalhau...there is a pagefull of different types, if your own Portuguese is not what it should be, make sure your...

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  • Hard Rock Café

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    I must say that Hard Rock Café was probably the second best family-problem-solver since retail stores were invented! In a cool ambiance packed with Rock memorabilia, a cool terace and cool rock shop, I found my problem solver restaurant. My husband was fed up with the spicy native Brazilian cuisine and the kids were simply acting like little...

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  • Paraiso Tropical

    5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    This private-owned restaurant grows all the fruits and vegetables in their own garden without fertilizers or additives. We ate the Mariscada-dish, which you can order for 2, 4 or 8 persons. Our total for 7 persons including service was R$ 280,00 including the fantastic frozen fruit juices as appetizers. The atmosphere is also extraordinary as...

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  • Mariachi (Mexican)

    5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Well...what makes it so special is that I AM THE OWNER OF THE PLACE... LOL ! But, hey , wait... I can describe it objectively and know what people think from their feedback. There aren't too many mexican restaurants in Sao Paulo and Paulistanos love mexican food . The food is typical Tex-Mex but El Mariachi is not a fast food joint... It's rather...

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  • the softdrink with a difference

    Manaus Restaurants

    Brasil's answer to the usual softdrinks, like Coke or Lift. quite sweetish and after the sec. bottle or can you might get the hang of it. nutricious as well, lots of minerals and vitamins. Antartica or Brahma Guarana are the most favorites in Brasil...but I learnt from Kaz354 Regente is the brand to quench your thirst best, great taste..have a...

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  • Habib's

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    Everything is great! Excellent service, you won´t wait to be served, for sure! Great location, Leblon is one of the best areas in Rio de Janeiro. The food is really tasty and delicious!!!! They offer an all you can eat buffet and also by the pound. Me and my friends had an all you can eat, of course! We could try everything and eat so much! It...

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  • Solar de Unhao

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    "Solar do Unhão" is an old sugar mill formed by beautifully preserved heritage buildings centered around a lovely stone courtyard that dates back to the 18th century. The main building houses the Museu de Arte Moderna (modern art museum), exhibiting works of some of the greatest modern Brazilian artists. At night a dinner and folklore show happens...

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  • Vento Haragano (Churrascaria)

    5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    This is a traditional BBQ restaurant in Sao Paulo. They will send a mini bus to pick you up from your hotel. For R$48 you can eat all the meat and salad you wish. But beware the salad bar is very substantial and the meat is amazing. Servers constantly wander about with big spits of fresh cooked meat. The range is astounding with 21 cuts of beef...

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  • Casa da Feijoada

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    In Brazil you have to try Feijoada, a traditional food made up of Made of Rice, Black Beans, Pork, Dried Meat, Collard Greens, Orange, Farinha and Cachaca (check out http://www.brazilbrazil.com/feijoada.html for more information about Feijoada). I thought it was OK, but usually people like it a lot. Give it a try. Casa de Feijoada was recommended...

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  • Senac

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    SENAC is a culinary school from what I understand, their restaurant is buffet style. I think it's a good place to eat when you first arrive in Salvador as each dish is labeled in both Porteguese and English. This way you get a feel for the future culinary offerings you're about to enjoy throughout the rest of your stay. I say future because the...

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  • Montana Grill (Churrascaria)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    It is an 'All You Can Eat' restaurant and the prices are reasonable. They have a fixed price in which the side orders like fries, rice, onion rings etc. and a salad bar with great choices included. You give about R$75 per person. But it is reasonable compared to other restaurants and cafes in the city. Also they have a complimentary shuttle...

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  • Kilograma

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    Kilo restaurants are ubiquitous in Brazil and are a hassle free way of trying local delicacies without knowing the names. You take your plate and help yourself to whatever you like in the colourful serving trays. At the checkout it is then weighed and you pay the price. plantains and Brazilian sausage

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  • Pereira

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    Pereira is the place where you can sit down, relax and enjoy a conversation. In this restaurant while drinking, eating and listening to music you can spend a perfect romantic night. Elegant and sophisticated lounge bar ideal to impress your lady or your man! Age 20-50. For Lunch, dinner or if it is just for a drink get there at 8pm. Don't miss...

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  • Almanara (Lebanese)

    São Paulo Restaurants

    The Almanara is a restaurant with all kinds of typical Middle Eastern food. It is a tradition in Sao Paulo since 1950. Lebanese immigrants arrived in Sao Paulo at the end of the XIX century, bringing in their luggage’s authentic centenaries family recipes. In its 55 years of existence the Almanara observed with pride the transformation of Sao...

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  • Bar Urca

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    After you come down from the Sugar Loaf, don't miss Bar Urca restaurant! This is a incredible restaurante with a wouderful view and food with an incredible high quality. The restaurant overlooks the bay and an unforgettable sunset time! One of the best view of Rio de Janeiro! At night, it is good for fresh seafood, with the same wonderful view!...

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  • Restaurante O Picuí

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    Extremely cheap, huge portions. If you're in a group of 3 people, I recommend you to ask for half a portion and I garantee you're taking some home with you (unless you haven't eatin for the last 5 days or so). Calm, not a touristy place. Has typical food from the non-coastal northeast Carne do Sol, Picanha, Aipim Frito (fried yucca), Aipim cozido...

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  • Compadre (Brazilian)

    4 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Typical country decoration, music and food. Great variety of dishes from salad to barbecue and home-made desserts. Pumpkim is slightly sweet by nature and mixed with salty jerked meet creates a delicious combination. Dessert, I like wine´s sagu (little balls of manioc)

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  • Carretão

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    Budget time-basis restoran with 15-20 different meal, constantly rolling and bringing a new meat to you. If you wan't a salad you need to take up and walk at most 8 steps. Nice restoran with small kitchen.

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  • Cantina da Lua (Cafe of the Moon)

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    There are many pay by the kilo restaurants in Bahia. You serve your own food from a buffet style desk and then they weigh your plate before you eat it. They charge you by the kilo ! I ate at many and the food was tastie. The prices varied but worked out to be fairly cheap. It's a good opportunity to try a whole lot of different North East...

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  • Galeria dos Paes (Bakery)

    4 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Open 24 hours, Galeria dos Pães is a Bakery in Jardins that serves meals or snacks. It makes a perfect stop any time of the day or night for anyone visiting the neighbourhood. Known for its breakfast, locals crowd the place in mornings.

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  • Zaza

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    Great Thai-fusion seafood. The restaurant is on a corner just one block down from the beach and has patio dining on a veranda that wraps around the building as well as an upstairs area. We chose to eat outside because it was so hot, plus we got to watch the world go by. The staff speak good English and are very friendly and knowledgable about the...

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  • Soho

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Salvador da Bahia Restaurants

    I was surprised to find this Jap quality restaurant in Salvador...all the Japan food styles knows on earth : sushi&sashimi ( of course)teppanyakki, veggy BBQ, etc. Good & fresh ingredients for a low bilt ( it´s my opinion ). Shimeji noodles

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  • Benjamin Abrahao (Bakery)

    São Paulo Restaurants

    Benjamin Abrahão's 'O Mundo dos Pães' (The world of the breads) This is simply the best bakery and pastry in the country! I don't recall eating better bread or anything ... everytime someone goes to São Paulo, that's the souvenir I ask him to bring me! Omega Suprema (bread roll with cheese, ham, basilic and tomatos in it!); any 'folhados'!

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  • Satyricon

    4 out of 5 stars

    Rio de Janeiro Restaurants

    The atmosphere, the music and of course the food that waiters in turns were coming to serve you as much as you wanted with their huge brochettes of barbecue chicken, fish, meat and you name it. The display of colorful fruits and tasty desserts where a pleasure to eyes as well to the palate. I taste every kind os dishes.

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  • Pizza Veridiana (Italian)

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    São Paulo Restaurants

    *****Sort of a split-level interior, lots of wood and greenery and a fireplace in one corner which will come in reeeeally handy if you go there on a chilly autumn or winter evening...You'll likely spend a little time at the bar first, waiting for a table, but that's just fine, the yummy caipiroskys and other cocktails are as nicely-priced as the...

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