Brasileiro restaurant – single price, countless tastes

Brasileiro restaurant, which is situated in the center of Prague, specializes in preparing Brazilian meals, such as grilled bull meat, salads with seafood, Brazilian style sushi and so on. The concept is all-you-can-eat type, which means that you pay a certain amount of money and then you can eat whatever you want and how long you want. The visual concept of the restaurant is in Pichação style, which is a street art deeply engraved in Brazilian metropolis, thus giving the restaurant an authentic vibe and atmosphere. Because of the location and the services they offer, the prices, compared to other restaurants, tend to be slightly higher. Nevertheless, it’s still not good enough reason for many visitors to stop coming to this place. As a prove serves the fact, that the restaurant is often full of customers.

I visited the restaurant with my boyfriend and we both loved it. The side dishes, which they automatically serve you, were impeccable. We have also tried banana tartar and various delicious appetizers. The waiters were great, when we declined a certain meat twice, they asked us if they should order something different from the kitchen. We could also enter the kitchen, however we were so full that someone would have to roll us there. I can only sing praises, everything was great.

Dana Odrušová

Menu

Before you visit the restaurant, first take a look at the menu of Brasileiro restaurant.

Brazilian cuisine is characterized by European, Amerindian, African and recently Japanese styles. It varies greatly by region, reflecting the mix of native and immigrant populations as well as the size of the country. This also means that there is not a united national Brazilian cuisine.

Among the typical dishes could be considered feijoada (a stew of beans with beef or pork), beiju (or mbeju), which is a starch cake made with farina or manioc flour, vatapá (a creamy paste with shrimps), akara (peeled beans formed into a ball and then deep fried in palm oil), caruru (a dish made from okra, onion, shrimp, palm oil and toasted nuts) and many more.

When it comes to drinks, the national beverage is coffee, while cachaca (a distilled spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice) is Brazil’s native liquor. Other popular drinks are guarana (caffeinated drink made from guarana seeds) and beer. As for desserts, the most popular dessert could be considered cuscuz branco, which is a milled tapioca.

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