So, what is the difference between Brazilian and Latin Cuisines ?

Brazilian and Latin American cuisines share similarities, but also have distinct flavors, ingredients, and culinary traditions. While Brazilian cuisine is considered a part of Latin American cuisine, it possesses unique elements that set it apart.

Brazilian cuisine showcases a diverse range of influences, including indigenous, African, Portuguese, and other European flavors. It is characterized by the use of tropical ingredients like cassava, hearts of palm and a variety of fruits (Remeber, our smoothies, hearts of palm empanadas, and yuca fries?)


The Brazilian national dish, feijoada, is a black bean stew with pork, reflecting the country's colonial history. Don't forget to try our Feijoada to have a full Brazilian experience.

Feijoada Brazilian Bowl

In contrast, Latin American cuisine encompasses a broader spectrum, incorporating the culinary traditions of countries across Central and South America. Tacos, tamales, ceviche, and empanadas are staples found in different Latin American countries, each with its unique regional variation. While both Brazilian and Latin American cuisines celebrate bold flavors and diverse ingredients, the specific dishes, cooking techniques, and cultural influences distinguish them, reflecting the rich tapestry of culinary heritage across the continent.

We don't want to brag, but Brazilian Empanadas are the best!!! By the way, we call them "Pastel", a word in Spanish for cake 😁

Brazilian Empanadas

Check out our online menu and dive into the Brazilian experience!!!

Brazilian Bowl Menu