maio 08, 2014

Restaurants in Rio de Janeiro for your World Cup trip

A Trip & Tourism magazine from Brazil send out a list with the best places to stay in Rio de Janeiro city. Check it out where you should eat for the 2014 World Cup.

First of all, near to the airport means far away from the beaches. Best places to be on the afternoon is Leblon or Copacabana. Rio is the second best Brazilian city for eating, Sao Paulo is the best of all.

Contemporary Brazilian cousine near Jardim Botânico (Botanical Garden) has a winter garden. The menu is different everyday, but the ingredients are always fresh.

The French chef Claude Troisgros is also a TV showman, and the restaurant is also at Jardim Botânico. Three main menus, as Tradição (traditional), Criação (creating your own dish), Vegetarian, and Confiance (chef's choice for the day). Reservation only.

The idea is to promote a censorial trip around the Brazilian cousine.

A Japonese at downtown, yummy photos.

Portuguese with a Brazilian touch it is located near to the São Cristóvão Fair.

Few Samba Schools have meals too.

It's in Madureira and serve dishes every first Saturday of the month.

It has a traditional Brazilian dish called "feijoada" (black beans and pork meat) every second Sunday of the month.

You may like to see more about Brazil here.

Other posts about food.

A gluten-free meal in a Delta flight.

Corn-free dinner in Sao Paulo at Americas restaurant, try that!

Isabela: Brazilian, designer, works with automotive fabrics in the US. She did psychology college as well and had enjoyed a lot. She is living abroad for while, maybe because this she likes trends, cultures and behaviors.

Nenhum comentário:

Postar um comentário

Leave your comments here.