Posts Tagged 'Brazilian Restaurants'

Rodizios in London

Rodizios are taking over London! So, we thought it was about time we gave a little introduction to the rodizio concept and picked out a few rodizios in London that are worth checking out.

Rodizio Rico

When I was growing up in Brazil, going to a rodízio restaurant was one of those Sunday rituals that brought the entire family together. Every Brazilian family will have their favourite rodízio, the one they go to regularly and swear

Exclusive Caribbean and Latin tastes of Guanabana

Hard to believe, but right amongst all the commotion in Camden you can find a place to have a truly calm dinner. With its vintage recycled decoration and a pleasant garden, Guanabana has the perfect atmosphere for you to have

Raízes Brazilian Restaurant

Raízes is a Brazilian restaurant and petiscos (tapas) bar in London’s East End. This lively Brazilian venue attracts a loyal crowd for its honest, homemade-style Brazilian dishes and well priced caipirinhas.

Emporio Sao Paulo

Empório São Paulo has been open since 2009 on New King’s Road, Parson’s Green. The owner, Carminha de Castro, spent most of her life working in marketing, but decided to take the plunge and open her own business – an

Hidden Sao Paulo gem in London

Every now and again, I come across a gem of place which makes me wonder where on earth I have been in the last year or so. Empório São Paulo has been open since 2009 in New King’s Road, Parson’s

The Mixing Master

Brazilian Chef shares secrets of his most exotic blends. Contemporary cooking is on the menus of the most coveted restaurants of the world, and being one of the most appreciated, it’s also harder to reproduce.

Maracujá Brazilian Food

If a little comfort food is all you’re craving in a grey weekend in London, the Maracujá stalls are a safe bet. Francisco and Bruno started the family business in Brick Lane in 2007, selling typical Brasilian food, and now

Tia Maria

In the heart of the Portuguese community in Vauxhall lies a Brazilian gem: opened a mere seven months ago, Tia Maria is worth a visit even if you don’t live south of the river. Tiny, but very cozy, the restaurant

Brazilian flavours come to the fore in Festival Brazil

Even only a few years ago, a caipirinha made with sake, vodka or any other fruit except lime was simply unthinkable. But times have changed and Brasil’s national drink has gone international and it’s not without reason that, as part