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Brazilian Restaurants in Sydney

 Soak up the excitement of Sydney's Brazilian restaurants

There are countless different cuisines being served up in Sydney but perhaps none that truly matches the excitement and verve of the city more than Sydney's Brazilian restaurants. You can expect great meat, fine seafood and exotic flavours, all served in an intoxicating samba atmosphere that will keep you coming back for more. You'll also be delighted to learn that Brazil shares Australia's love of the barbecue. Known as churrascarías, you'll find these Brazilian restaurants in Sydney serving some of the tastiest steaks in the city. So why not have a look at our selection of Sydney's best Brazilian restaurants to find out about some of the other great dishes being served?

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Char & Co

Double Bay
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BahBQ Brazilian Grill

Crows Nest
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Exotik Latin Cafe

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Bronte Belo

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Cantina Bar

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Jimmy Blanco

Surry Hills
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Bronte Belo at MClub

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Casa Brasil

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Bondi Rumba

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La Puerta Latino Flavours

Neutral Bay
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Panama House

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Bar Brazilia

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    Try some of these traditional favourites in Brazilian restaurants across Sydney

    The churrascaría is one of the best-known types of cooking to be found in Sydney's Brazilian restaurants but there are so many other delicious dishes just to be discovered... Moqueca, for example, is a fish stew from the northeast of Brazil. Served in a clay pot and often coloured a deep red with annatto seeds, this casserole of succulent fish, tomatoes, onions and coriander is a hearty meal that is a favourite in Bahia and Espírito Santo. Feijoada is another warming stew, made with black beans, sausages and cuts of pork that packs a flavourful punch, whilst also being super filling.
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    Don't forget the desserts in Sydney's Brazilian restaurants

    If you have a sweet tooth, then you'll be sure to satisfy your urges in the Brazilian restaurants of Sydney. Quindim is a bright yellow pudding made with eggs, sugar, butter and coconut. It's typically baked in cupcake moulds, and has a toasted and golden bottom with a smooth, firm custard on top. And you'll also get an instant sugar high from brigadeiros, a sort of chocolate truffle made with condensed milk and cocoa powder, then rolled in chocolate sprinkles.
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    Discover great new cocktails in Sydney's Brazilian restaurants

    If you enjoy a good cocktail then check out the drinks menu in the Brazilian restaurants of Sydney. You could wash down your meal with a Bombeirinho, which is made with cachaça and gooseberry syrup and tastes a bit like a Kir Royal. Caipirinha, meanwhile, is a refreshing cocktail of cachaça, lime juice and sugar. Or if you're feeling really brave you could always order aluá, which is a kind of fruit wine made by fermenting pineapple rinds with ginger and cloves. Enjoy!