Bairro: Asa Norte
City: Brasilia, DF
Phone: (061) 9281-9404
Hours: No Information Available
Cost: Under $15.00 (or R$25.00)
The Artisan Cafe and tapioca has a rustic, cozy little space for good prose accompanied by piping hot tapioca, organic espresso coffee, juices special açaí in the bowl and marketing of organic products such as brown sugar, rice, biscuits, molasses, juice fruit.
Most often any meal that is originally from Brazil, which include feijoada, moqueca, or churrasco. The name can be relatively open to understanding, and these stores can usually grant a vast assortment of dishes. Brazilian cuisine, like Brazil itself, fluctuates greatly by region. The innate crops on hand in each region add up to their combination.
Root vegetables like for instance cassava (locally known as mandioca, aipim, or macaxeira), yams, and peanuts, and fruits like açaí, cupuaçu, mango, papaya, guava, orange, passionfruit, pineapple, and hog plum are among the local ingredients chosen in cooking. Brazilian pine nuts termed pinhão grow in a tree that is ample in the southern part of Brazil, and are a well-liked national snack, and also a lucrative export. Rice and beans are an remarkably common entree, as are fish, beef and pork.
Some regular dinners are caruru, which has okra, onion, dried shrimp and toasted nuts (peanuts and/or cashews) cooked with palm oil until a spread-like consistency is achieved; feijoada, a simmered bean-and-meat dish; tutu de feijão, a paste of beans and cassava flour; moqueca capixaba, composed of slow-cooked fish, tomato, onion and garlic topped with cilantro; and chouriço, a gently spicy sausage. Salgadinhos, cheese bread, pastéis and coxinha are typical finger foods, while cuscuz branco, milled tapioca, is a popular dessert. Brazil is furthermore known for its cachaça, a favorite native liquor used in the caipirinhas.
The European immigrants (mostly from Germany, Italy, Poland and Portugal) were familiar to a wheat-based diet, and introduced wine, leaf vegetables, and dairy commodities in the Brazilian cuisine. When potatoes were not accessible they discovered how to use the native sweet manioc as a alternative. Lasagna and other pasta dishes are also very famous.
Gourmet coffees in Brazil, including mochas and specialized lattes with liquor are not low cost in Brazil. They range from R$ 4,00 to R$ 9,50 (about US$ 2.00 to US$ 5.00). These values are for a a whole lot smaller cup of coffee than the ones Americans are familiar with. They're smaller than a small (tall) latte. Even so, Brazilian coffee is tasty and bold, and is drunk throughout the day, always in small cups. Coffee houses supply some pastries and sandwiches as well. A few bakeries and even bars (botecos, botequins) will provide coffee with cream at any time throughout the day and the evening. Brewed coffee with milk and a minute French baghette with butter is possibly the most typical breakfast dish ordered in virtually any pub/coffee house in the country.
Nearby Restaurants include Dom Bosco - 306 Sul, Doces da Vovó Cina, Daniel Briand Pâtissier & Chocolatier, Croissanterie, Dona Lenha, Feijão Verde, Hachi, Forno Benedetto, Feitiço Mineiro, Cirandinha, Chez Michou, Artesanal Café e Tapiocaria, Armazém do Mineiro, Armazém do Ferreira, Bar Godofredo, Bedrock, Carneiro e Picanha, Bulldog´s, BSB Grill, Amor à Torta.
|Barril 66||Ade Conjunto 12, s/n|
|Botequim Leblon||Scls 208 Bloco C, s/n|
|Botiquim Blues||CNA 2 Lote 3, s/n|
|Cabana Bar e Restaurante||Cls 315 Bloco D, s/n|
|Carne-de-Sol 111||Cls 111 Bloco B, s/n|
|Chão Nativo||SIG Quadra 03 Bloco B, s/n|
|Feijão Verde||SCln 714 Bloco G, s/n|
|Feira da Torre||Feira da Torre de TV, s/n|
|Gosto da Mata||Cls 106 Bloco C, s/n|
|La Gondola||Shs Quadra 5, s/n|
|Pamonha Pura - Clsw 101||Clsw 101 Bloco B,|
|Pamonha Pura - Qnd 01||Qnd 01,|
|Patú Anú||Mln Ml trecho 12, s/n|
|Paulicéia||Cls 113 Bloco A, s/n|
|Rosental||Acampamento Pacheco Fernandes, s/n|
|Sabor Brasil||Cls 302 Bloco A, s/n|
|Tammbaú||Cln 102 Bloco C, s/n|
|Tapioca Café||Conjunto Nacional, s/n|
|Tapiocaria Doce Sertão||Scln 311 Bloco D, s/n|
|Tapiocaria Maria Bonita||CLSW 104 bloco C, s/n|
|The Continental||SHS Quadra 04 Bloco D, s/n|
|The Falls||SHS Quadra 05 Bloco H, s/n|
|Trem da Serra||Núcleo Rural II, s/n|
|Xique-Xique||Scrln 708 Bloco B, s/n|
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