31st Aug 2011
With its age old royal tradition, London has never been a closed society. Rather this oldest city in the world has embraced different culture, people and their traditions as well as food. Not only the European countries that has already made a permanent place in the hearts of Londoners, but even the countries from other continents have been welcomed in London with the same warmth and cordiality. One such country is Brazil, the land of sun, sand, colors, exciting people and of course some exotic cuisines.
Brazilian cuisine has become quite popular in London. Today, the capital of United Kingdom houses some of the best Brazilian restaurants in UK. Thus, you can expect to get some of the pleasant and comfortable eateries that serve authentic Brazilian dishes. Here we will give you two options to try out Brazilian delicacies in London.
Rodizio Rico is a chain of restaurant that has four branches all over London. This restaurant is also listed amongst the best UK restaurants. The first one is located at the Fulham Broadway, the second at Westbourne Grove; the third is in Islington and the last one at Greenwich Peninsula.
Rodizio is the place for all meat lovers who likes nothing but to gorge on delicious and chunky meat pieces. From chicken thighs, pork, leg of lamb and beef cut into different sizes and of course their specialty authentic chicken hearts. You can choose from A La Carte menu as well as go for the delicious Brazilian buffet that has a wide variety of salads and hot exotic meat dishes.
The sizzling grilled delicious meat is served in different sizes and styles from different skewers on your plate. The succulent and flavored meat gives out the aroma that makes you crave for more. Rodizio Rico serves some really exotic Brazilian style cocktails. Some of them are Caipirinha, Caipironga, Caipiroska, Margarita and Tropical Cocktail Storm.
The name Café Brazil suggests that this restaurant is more like a cafeteria than a fine dinning one. The Lorento family originally from Italy immigrated to Brazil at the end of 19th century. They adopted the Brazilian tradition, culture as well as the taste of the delicious Brazilian cuisine. In 1986, the Lorento family shifted their base to London, only to present some of the most exotic dishes of Brazil along with the Italian Pizza Brazilian style for the Londoners.
Café Brazil is located on Fulham Road in London. Some of the mouth watering dishes from their menu include Coxinha, a type of traditional Brazilian deep fried croquettes made with potato dough and seasoned chicken, Frango a Passarinho, which refer to chicken chunks on the bone marinated and deep fried to a crunch and Calabresa Adebolada, which is a traditional Brazilian fried sausage with onions. You get a variety of pizzas and Brazilian specialties like Feijoada Completa.