Brazil is all over the news nowadays, isn’t it? Between an impending Zika epidemic, a not so hopeful turn at hosting the Olympics, and its president being impeached, you gotta feel sorry for the big South American country.
That is, until you try its food. Even here in London, Brazilian cuisine is a standout. And Barraco, a small and quaint place in Kilburn serves delightful plates of traditional Brazilian meals.
Take this Feijoada, for example. A stew with a mixture pork and black beans, it’s a little bowl that packs one hell of a caloric punch. But it has such an incredibly distinct taste, specially when coupled with rice, that you’ll be hopping like it’s Carnaval after just one spoonful.
So grab a pint of Brahma, and toast for the future of Brazil. Trust me, we want food this good to stick around forever…
Slimy? Like a curry, but Brazilian. You get the idea. Splash.
Satisfying? Beans will keep you full for hours. And yes, the people around you WILL notice afterwards.