City: Fortaleza, CE
Phone: (085) 3261-9717
Hours: From 8am to 7pm. Saturday to 6pm. Not open on Sundays.
Cost: No Information Available
Brazil may possibly not carry chocolate chip cookies or brownies, but this South American country is anything but short of delectable goodies. Passion fruit mousse, quindim (a coconut, egg yolk, sugar treat that is to die for), brigadeiro (a freshly made soft candy prepared from scratch with condensed milk, chocolate, and ground chocolate), beijinho (similar to brigadeiro, but with coconut and without chocolate), cocada (a pleasing treat made with fresh coconut, sugar, and several assorted flavors, either fruit, chocolate, or caramel), tapioca cake, coconut cake, guava jam cookies and so on. Brazil's puddings are likewise delicious, being the milk/condensed milk and caramel pudding an all times chosen.
Restaurants in Brazil are typically designed to handle lunch time guests rather than the typical dinner time diners. This significantly changes how they prepare foods, and how they price their dishes. Many lunch time diners are looking for a very relaxed dining experience, with a nutritious and reasonably quick meal. Hot buffets offer them this by having many hot dishes ready. Pricing is often by weight or an all-you-can-eat model, most places have both options available.
Sandwiches are thought of as a snack and not a proper meal! Therefore restaurants typically serve up hot and hearty dishes for lunch rather than the typical North American light style lunches.
Meals are normally served and enjoyed on premises, but many establishments also offer take-out and food delivery services. Of course the restaurants vary greatly in appearance and offerings, including a wide variety of foods.
For Brazilians it is very prevalent to return home during lunch to have their meal with their loved ones. This isn’t always doable, specifically in the larger metropolitan areas, so restaurants have seized up this opportunity and designed a business around catering to these individuals. In many of the considerably smaller cities it can be difficult to find a traditional sit down and order off the menu style eatery.
Nearby Restaurants include Bibi Doces e Salgados, Amaretto Gourmet, Açaizeiro, Sushi Tai Yang, Maria Bonita, Vila Bar & Bistrot, Fafi Bar, Tacho da Bahia, Carne na Brasa, Bebedouro, Capim Santo, Café Pagliuca, Shopping Pizza, Chantilly, Indalo Café, Kina, Expand Store - Bistrô, Azul de Fome, Café Kopenhagen, Evelyn Patisserie.
|Avelã||Rua Nogueira Acioli, 922|
|Balu||Av. Monsenhor Tabosa, 1717|
|Bazar do Sertão||Rua Pereira Valente, 998|
|Bom Bocado||Rua República do Líbano, 419|
|Bouquet Garni||Rua Professor Jacinto Botelho, 41|
|Chantilly||Av. Santos Dumont, 3130|
|Dandelli||Av. Santos Dumont, 789|
|Emporium do Chocolate Mattu Macêdo||Av. Washington Soares, 450|
|Evelyn Patisserie||Av. Santos Dumont, 3131|
|Greco Gelato||Rua Professor Otávio Lobo, 500|
|Ice Kid||Av. Senador Virgílio Távora, 264|
|Kuk´s Sorvetes Finos||Rua Tibúrcio Cavalcante, 1656|
|Manhas & Castanhas||Rua Frei Mansueto, 1472|
|Pardal Picolé & Sorvete||Rua José Vilar, 3190|
|Ponto do Chocolate||Rua Senador Carlos Jereissati, 2900|
|Sorvetão 60 Sabores||Av. Oliveira Paiva, 1237|
|Sorvete Juarez||Av. Barão de Studart, 2023|
|Sorveteria 50 Sabores||Av. 13 de Maio, 805|
|Sorveteria Castelinho 60 Sabores||Av. 13 de Maio, 2283|
|Sorvita||Av. Gomes de Matos, 335|
|Sucré Patisserie||Rua Nunes Valente, 1310|
|Zen||Av. Barão de Studart, 1373|
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