Fried banana coated with golden breadcrumbs (4 pieces)
Popular street food snack in Brazil, consisting of shredded chicken, potato and covered in crispy breadcrumbs (3 pieces)
Delicious crisp polenta that is served soft in the middle. (3 pieces)
Pao de Queijo (3 pieces)
Pão de queijo is a typical Brazilian cheese bread originally from the states of Minas Gerais and Goiás. These homemade soft and gooey rolls are our favourite Brazilian delicacy.
Tasty combinations based on our suggestions.
Picanha, chicken and sausage with white rice, mixed leaf salad and farofa.
Picanha with white rice, mixed leaf salad and farofa.
Chicken with white rice, mixed leaf salad and farofa.
Brazilian beans or Feijoada with white rice and farofa (safe to warm up).
Juicy Spit Roasted Meat
Baguette slices with garlic bread.
Picanha (cap of rump) is the most popular cut in Brazil.
Pork Ribs (3 pieces)
Juicy and soft pork rib lightly seasoned with salt and pepper, a simple classic.
Maminha (Rump Tail) Steak
A popular cut of beef, tasty and distinctive flavour.
Pork Sausage (Linguica) (3 pieces)
Linguiça is a fresh sausage seasoned with garlic and mild pepper packed in a thin "fina" natural casing. The result is a juicy, flavourful sausage with a crisp bite.
Spicy Chicken (2 pieces)
Chicken soaked in our spicy marinade. Delicious.
Demi Glace Pork
Pork collar served with a rich demi glace sauce
Bavette grilled with South Americas favourite meat condiment
Picanha com Alho
Picanha grilled with garlic butter.
Alcatra (Full Rump)
A succulent and a hearty flavour.
Brazilian black bean and pork stew. Considered by many to be the Brazilian national dish. It can be eaten by itself or with rice and farofa. * May Contain Bones
Brazilian carioca bean stew. Beans are sacred for Brazilians and we suggest mixing this with rice and farofa.
Delicious and authentic sides to enjoy with our barbequed meats.
Mixed Leaf Salad
A mix of lettuce, spinach, radish and rocket with grated carrots and sweetcorn.
Fluffy and loose basmati Rice. Cornerstone of the Brazilian cuisine and is served at least once a day with beans in every Brazilian household. (Vg)
Brazilian-style garlicky shredded greens.
A traditional dish from Minas Gerais, made with beans, bacon, sausage, spring greens, eggs and cassava flour
White rice and vegetables
White rice with carrots, green beans, sweetcorn and eggs (safe to warm up).
Chicken Salpicao (Chicken Salad) is a hugely popular dish in Brazil, this creamy salad is made with chicken breast, creamy mayonnaise, green apples, carrots, olives and sweetcorn, delicious!
Mix of pan fired vegetables seasoned with olive oil and tomato sauce. (safe to heat up).
Toasted manioca flour with bacon, egg, onion and parsley.
A side dish that you will find at a Brazilian barbecue, perfect for pairing with meat. Made with potatoes, carrots, green olives, eggs, spring onions and green beans.
Classic French fries.
traditionally served with the meats and the Feijoada. Made with tomatoes, peppers, onion, parsley, olive oil and vinegar.
Winter Pasta Salad
Sundried tomato pesto sauce with black olives, cherry tomatoes, yellow and red peppers.
Fried chunky cassava chips (portion).
Roasted Sweet Potatoes
Oven baked sweet potatoes. 5 Pieces (safe to warm up).
Packed with veg in a creamy stroganoff sauce, delicious! (safe to warm up).
Winter Couscous Salad
Fresh and simple, made with cherry tomatoes, aubergine, courgette, black olives, yellow and red peppers.
Sample our delicious homemade desserts.
Brigadeiros are like a Brazilian chocolaty treasure, so sweet and wonderfully gooey, it's impossible not to love.
Cheesecake Dulce De Leite
This sumptuous dulce de leche cheesecake is a show-stopper and no mistake, a Brazilian take on the classic!
Diet Pepsi Cola
Small sparkling water
Portuguese Lager 5%ABV
Kopparberg Strawberry & Lime
Fruity cider 4% ABV
Rekorderlig Passion Fruit
Fruity cider 4% ABV
Orange fizzy drink
Large sparkling water
To enjoy with our barbequed meats.
The popular south American sauce that goes well with beef and chicken.
A steak sauce to compliment your meal.