Where to eat in Brotas remembering that the city offers a very varied cuisine, including Brazilian and farm-style cuisine, Japanese, Italian, steakhouses and others. Tourists can choose between restaurants in the urban and rural areas, offering self-service options by the kilo, all-you-can-eat or à la carte.
In addition to its fame for extreme sports, the city also offers good gastronomic options, for all tastes and budgets. Don't miss the opportunity to try Brotas cuisine during your visit.
Where to eat in Brotas
- Brotas Bar Restaurant
Brotas Bar seems to be an interesting option for those in Brotas. With its theme related to adventure sports, it offers a cozy and rustic-modern atmosphere. The menu is varied, including options for meat, fish, pasta, salads and portions. The fresh pastas stood out, such as the Gnocchi with Filet Mignon and the Buffalo Mozzarella Ravioli with Sugo Sauce, both featuring a well-executed tomato sauce. The Trio de Pudins is an option for dessert, while the selection of drinks, including wines, beers, drinks and non-alcoholic drinks, is extensive, making it a good option for where to eat in Brotas.
- Areia que Canta restaurant
In addition to getting to know the Areia que Canta spring, the Areia que Canta Restaurant offers visitors a unique opportunity to try the farm's typical cuisine, prepared with fresh products from the region and cooked on a wood stove. The buffet offers a wide variety of salads, meats and side dishes for you to help yourself to at a fixed price. The farm and its restaurant are a great option for those who want to relax and try the typical cuisine of the region, without leaving contact with nature. We recommend booking a full day to make the most of everything the farm and restaurant have to offer.
- Viva Brotas Restaurant
Viva Brotas is an excellent option for those looking for a mix of adventure and gastronomy, with breathtaking views and a wide variety of food options. In addition to a la carte dishes, on weekends and holidays it is possible to enjoy the full buffet for a fixed price. The carrot cake dessert with chocolate frosting is an unmissable option. Viva Brotas also offers extreme sports activities such as Free Fall and Superbike.
- Little House Restaurant
The Casinha Restaurant is an option for those looking for simple but tasty food in a welcoming atmosphere. With a buffet cost below R$ 20.00, it is possible to eat hot and cold dishes as much as you like. In addition, the menu also offers à la carte options, including vegetarian options. The restaurant is also an option for dinner, with dishes known as Jaú a Miranda. In addition to the food, Restaurante Casinha offers a perfect view of a lake and quick and attentive service. We visited twice and really enjoyed the buffet food and price.
The Especialeria is a cross between an emporium and a café, with a cozy atmosphere full of charming details, such as custom-made chandeliers for drying racks and a wood-burning stove. In addition to offering regional products such as cheeses, cakes, jams, jams, chocolates, cachaça, liqueurs and other handicraft products.
Its most famous dessert is the award-winning Cheese Ice Cream, which is served in an ice cream cone basket with a choice of guava syrup or dulce de leche, accompanied by crispy provolone chips. Another dessert worth trying is the Banana Pie.
If you are a fan of sweets, you will certainly love the Especialeria, another good option for where to eat in Brotas.
- Brotas Beer
Brotas Beer craft beer is an excellent option for those who like to try new beer flavors. You can find it in bars and restaurants in the city or visit the factory's small pub to taste six different types, including Brotas Weiss Beer, a fruity and light low-fermentation beer, and Brotas Beer Red Ale, with high fermentation and Moderate malt presence for a stronger flavor. Be sure to try Brotas Beer during your visit to Brotas.
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