Brazilian restaurants in Sydney allow you to explore South American culture and cuisines. The food in Brazil, like many countries, varies among regions, so if you are going to try Brazilian food in Sydney, expect a combination of different flavours, and also influences from neighbouring countries.
Brazilian cuisine is filled with strong flavours from fresh produce. The meals commonly feature root vegetables and fruits such as mangos and paw paws. Beans, meats and nuts feature heavily on the menu, flavoured by spices, onions and garlic. Each of the Brazilian restaurants in Sydney
Wildfire Restaurant is one of the hippest and most notable dining attractions in Sydney, however with mains around the $50 mark, expect to pay for the extraordinary experience. Located at the Overseas Passenger Terminal, on the ground floor at Circular Quay, Wildfire is not just about great food. If you dine here, you will be on the waterfront of one of the world’s most beautiful city harbours, and you can enjoy your meal while hearing the sound of the ferries and yachts passing by. At night, the stars and city lights twinkle and during the day you will often be treated to clear waters and clear skies.
Other popular Brazilian restaurants in Sydney include the Amazon Steakhouse which is located at 357 King St, Newtown. If you love meat and want as much as you can eat, served to you on skewers, with salads and tasty accompaniments, consider a visit to Churrasco, a Brazilian restaurant in Sydney’s eastern coastal suburbs, at 240 Coogee Bay Rd, Coogee.
240 Coogee Road, (02 9665 6535)