10 Dishes You Need To Try At A Brazilian Steakhouse

Picanha: This is the king of Brazilian steaks, a juicy and flavorful cut of beef, typically seasoned with rock salt and grilled to perfection.

Feijoada: Brazil's national dish, a hearty black bean stew cooked with pork, sausage, and sometimes beef, served with rice, collard greens, and farofa (toasted cassava flour).

Churrasco: A variety of grilled meats including sausages, chicken hearts, pork ribs, and lamb chops, served on skewers and carved tableside by passadores (meat servers).

Coxinha: Delicious deep-fried chicken croquettes, filled with shredded chicken and sometimes cheese, shaped like drumsticks.

Pão de Queijo: Small, cheese-filled bread rolls made with tapioca flour, light and airy with a chewy texture.

Moqueca: A flavorful Brazilian fish stew made with coconut milk, tomatoes, peppers, and spices, typically served with rice.

Farofa: Toasted cassava flour mixed with ingredients like bacon, eggs, onions, and herbs, adding a crunchy and savory element to dishes.