French green lentils, carrots, onions and celery simmered with tomatoes, garlic and spinach. Vegetarian.
The taste of comfort is given Southern Brazilian flair with roasted garlic, drawn butter, cracked pepper, and fresh chives.
The balance of sweet and salt is a critical element of Southern Brazilian cuisine. The caramelized bananas help prepare and enliven the palate throughout the meal.
Warm, soft cheesy bread rolls are served throughout the entire meal. Our irresistible homemade recipe from São Paulo can’t be missed. Made with sweet and sour yuca flour and Parmesan cheese, these rolls are naturally gluten-free.
A staple of many meals in Brazil, farofa is yuca flour that is sautéed with bacon, sausage and light seasonings. Its light smoky flavor is a perfect complement to churrasco.
Brought to Southern Brazil by Italian immigrants, polenta made from corn meal remains a staple in Brazilian kitchens to this day. Our traditional recipe is a crispy and delicious companion to the meal.
A traditional black bean stew with sausage served over white rice. Season it to your liking with fresh orange, malagueta hot sauce and farofa, baked yuca flour with bacon.
Choose from several delicious sauces to complement your fire-roasted meats, like homemade hot sauce, Chimichurri, horseradish sauce, and mint jelly.