Common in Brazil, it's buffet-style and it's charged by weight. Mediocre, but necessary food - not cheap, however. We had the option of a bun stuffed with kebab meat but Miguel didn't want to ruin his perfect stomach record so far in Brazil, and the street vendors just looked too sketchy ...
The highlights - steak topped with an egg, green beans, seafood salad, paella, pastel, and some seafood stew. I completely missed the grill station.
Samba!!! December 17th 2010 Geo: -23.5489, -46.6388Sao Paulo is truly a city of contrasts - it's home to people of all ethnicities, and it's the largest and richest city in Brazil, though that wealth is held by only a select few. Sao Paulo has areas that make you think you're in a ritzy Manhattan neighbourhood, and has more than its share of gritty run-down districts, and several slums. Something like this is ... read more
South America » Brazil Following three centuries under the rule of Portugal, Brazil became an independent nation in 1822. By far the largest and most populous country in South America, Brazil overcame more than half a century of military intervention in the governance of t... ... read more