Latest News: World Cup 2014: The best Brazilian restaurants where you can save!
The World Cup is coming soon, and it's really got us thinking about Brazilian cuisine. If you're feeling as adventurous as we are, we've collected some of the very best Gourmet Society restaurants who specialise in Brazilian cuisine...and, of course, offer you great discounts!
|Whether it's the authentic all-you-can-eat "rodizio" or national dish "feijoada" that you fancy, we can guarantee that the venues listed below offer some of the best Brazilian cuisine around! Plus, we're sure many of them will be getting into the World Cup spirit too - so what better place to sit back with a Caipirinha and watch the match?
And if you liked some of the dishes you tried - why not try whipping them up for yourself? We've also collected recipes for some of Brazil's favourite dishes here.
|Coco Bamboo, London
- 2 for 1, three courses
An authentic, thoroughly satisfying South American experience in the heart of North London. Located near to Camden Town and Chalk Farm tube stations, Coco Bamboo is a family-run bar and restaurant which serves a range of exceptional Brazilian and Caribbean cuisine, along with a great selection of exotic cocktails.
- 50% off food
Brazil and London come together in a hedonistic bohemian cultural fusion at this unique Shoreditch venue. Floripa's aim is to take the classic elements of Brazilian cuisine and remix them, take the best of London’s incredible music scene and re-cook it and take a South American beach bar and re-present cocktails sipped on the cabana’s of Ipanema and Florianopolis.
The food ranges from tasty Picanha - Brazil's equivalent of Kobe steak, the national dishes of Feijoada and Muqueca and they even have our own Brazilian Sunday Roast.
|Raizes Brazilian, London
- 25% off the total bill
One of Brazil’s favourite styles of serving meat is rodízio – an original and delicious gastronomic experience. This speciality offers “as much as you can eat” at a fixed price – with a variety of different meats (beef, pork and chicken) and fruits cooked on a grill or griddle – all of which are served directly at your table from large skewers.
The rodízio also includes a variety of buffet choices, with a diverse range of salads, hot dishes, and vegetarian specialties.
They also offer traditional Brazilian appetisers such as fried chicken croquettes (coxinha), cheese croquettes (bolinho de queijo) , fried cassava, cornmeal (polenta), and many other options.
|Viva Brazil, Liverpool
- 2 for 1 main courses
Viva Brazil brings the authentic Brazilian rodizio style of eating to Liverpool. Their troop of Passadors (Meat Carvers) move from table to table, offering over fifteen succulent cuts of Beef, Lamb, Pork, Chicken and Sausages, all slowly roasted over the charcoal barbecue and expertly carved at the table. You decide the pace of your meal, red and green discs - remember the passadors won't stop until you tell them to! Plus you'll find over 30 dishes to accompany your meat at the Salad Island.
Any true Brazilian experience is incomplete without a Caipirinha cocktail - the national drink of Brazil, using Cachaça rum, freshly squeezed limes and sugar. You'll find classic Caipirinhas, along fruity flavours and an excellent wine list.