Brazil, a diverse country where three distinct cultures embraced each other and gave birth to the fascinating cuisine that reflects the portuguese, african and indigenous people that live together in this vast land.To reflect this melting pot, we have a diverse yet compact menu of flavoursome treats to give you a taste of Brazilian ingredients and cuisine.
For a starter or a bite to go with a beer or Caipirinha, we have a selection of Coxinhas, Empandas and Croquettes to die for. For something bigger or brunchy, you must try our famous gluten- free muffins. We take a homemade maze muffin, and add a choice of toppings to suit all tastes, crowned with a poached egg. Rich and tempting such as pulled beef on our COPACABANA or for the adventurous vegetarian try the SAMBA, with roasted vegetables and black beans. Mmmmmm…
For traditional Brazilian flavours, you won’t regret trying our Feijoada, a Brazilian black bean stew, with meats, rice, and greens.
We also do a less authentic but just as tasty version for the vegetarians. If you idolize football, or just eating heartily, The Pele burger, is a must, with it’s Beef ribs, Churrasco sauce and slaw.
As Carmen Miranda would sing
“I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, I like you very much.”
“I, Yi, Yi, Yi, Yi, I think you're grand.”
We also have a great selection of teas and espresso coffee available all day long.
As well as softs drinks including Guarana, Brazil’s favourite soda!
If you are after a cold beer to take the edge off, grab a pint of Sagres from our tap!
And of course a must have is Brazils’ national cocktail, the Caipirinha to start or complete your meal. Once prescribed for patients of the Spanish Flu, and still the best way to stay healthy and happy!
"So, you’re telling me that there’s somewhere that I can get two for one Caipirinha’s on a Friday night whilst stuffing my face with authentic Brazilian cuisine? In Brixton?"
"As you’ve probably heard, 2016 is an Olympic year. And with this year’s Games taking place in the beautiful and breathtaking city of Rio de Janeiro, all eyes will be on our Brazilian brothers and sisters, with every aspect of their culture being placed under the world’s microscope.""
"Brixton’s Market Row favourite, Carioca (formerly Prima Donna), has introduced a new selection of Brazilian style breakfast dishes to its daytime menu. Served from 10am to 4pm every day, the new brekkie items are freshly prepared in house with locally sourced ingredients and free range eggs by Brazilian...""