26 Stasicratous Street, 22250160, NICOSIA, Mon – Fri 5pm – 11pm, Sat 12.30pm – 11pm, Sun 12.30pm – 3.30pm
This very stylish Brazilian restaurant, Fogo & Brasa Churrascaria Brazil, is introducing now their new summer menu and I am very excited as I noted a few very interesting and different selections, apart from the ones that they got us used to. They focus on a few Latin dishes and drinks that are a “must”, as well as more casual options in affordable prices.
Starting with the very tempting Black Angus Burger at €13 and the Beef and Chicken Espetinhos at €13 and €15. “Espetinho” is a Portuguese word which means “little skewer” and this is the word that Brazilians use to describe what is known in English as “kebab”.
Another very classic Latin dish, the Fogo Sizzling Fajitas with chicken, beef and chips at €13, €15 and €17.
If you are in the mood of sharing with the proud Cypriot friends, then go for the Beef Nachos at €15 and enjoy a Michellada with your dish. This is an unexpected combination of flavours with a kick from the hot sauce that is added and gives a compelling and at the same time a surprisingly thirst quenching element, making it a great long summer drink.
Very impressive to look at and also to taste, would be the Tropical Shrimps served inside a piece of fresh pineapple, definitely a summer meal.
Make a note that all the new dishes are accompanied by the salad buffet.
As for drinks, of course you can never go wrong with the classic Caipirinha made with cachaca (sugarcane liquor), sugar and lime and they also make a special edition of the same cocktail, with a fruity twist: with passion fruit, kiwi and for the wine lovers they created the new Caipirinha de vinho, from €6.50 – €7.
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A Wonderful place. I included it in my Cafe Atlas (cafes where one can
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