Varzea Grande in Brazil, from South America region, is best know for Takeout. Discover best restaurants in Varzea Grande with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Before leaving Cuiabá we´ve decided to have a last stop at the Lelis. Good reviews and references but it was not the experience that we´ve expected. The diversity of fishes and flavoring mix all tastes making it difficult to separate the flavors and taste the true taste of the different varieties of fish at their best. In spite of that it is an experience on its own, not to be missed.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
For Brazilians, the "Quatro Rodas" travel magazine ratings used to be the only reasonable reliable ratings source for restaurants and hotels before Trip Advisor. The magazine is still great and better in details relating to the true experience for every atraction in Brazil. If you are not a native Brazilian, a Lonely Planet carefull Reading combined with Quatro Rodas Reading will be a great source for narrow your options on restaurants, places to visit and hotel. Quatro Rodas rated Mahalo the BEST restaurant in Central West Brazil. We doubted and booked to check, The reservation process was kind, efficient and without exageration, cozy. Mahalo is a fancy, modest, classy, friendly and outstanding experience. You may wear black tie or jeans and polo shirt and still get EXACTLY the same treatment. The service, while top class, is not invasive. The service is quiet and discrete, not overwhelming and " brazilian". The food is really unbeatable and in São Paulo or Rio de Janeiro would be three times more expensive. We can not suggest one particular dish as we had four different ones and the were all to perfection. I chose the " pintado" that is in the menu for over a decade. It tasted so fresh it seemed as if the "pintado" was caught that morning. The desserts, particularly the brazilian style ones, are delicious. Ariani, the stylish, simple and royal family speaking tone came to our table to meet us and understand how we would like our food. We know several chefs, but Ariani has been able to assemble a team to envy the best paid executives in the world. A can't miss experience in Brazil and definitely one of the best in this full of great genuine options country.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
A very good "all you can eat" fish restaurant. Several types of fishes are provided either grilled, baked, or stewed. There is also a traditional beef cut named picanha served. Nice view of Cuiaba river, being the price good for the serve (USD20).
4.5 based on 762 reviews
The name is misleading because it is not a traditional Italian restaurant considering that it is specialized in cod dishes that are typically Portuguese. My favorite is cod with cream. The cold cod salad is also very good. The service is friendly and efficient. The vine list is simple with a very limited selection.
4.5 based on 177 reviews
Looking after new options for the tourists who will come to Cuiabá, a host city for the world cup 2014, SESC (System related to the commerce sector) founded the restaurant SESC MANGABA where it used to be a very famous local restaurant called Regionalíssimo. I consider it the best restaurant in town despite the price not being so attractive for an everyday meal but I go there at least twice during the month to appreciate the best local dishes in a very charming confortable ambient... if you´re passing by the city it´s a must be place and very close to SESC ARSENAL a cultural meeting-point and the food is unforgetably great.
4 based on 63 reviews
Next to the Hotel Taina, and they take credit cards, so if you don't have Brazilian reals, you can still eat.
4 based on 39 reviews
This was a very enjoyable lunch in a very large restaurant. Fortunately, it was mid-week as I'm sure that weekends (or evenings) must be very crowded. After choosing vegetable and side dishes, a series of waiters arrived with meats cut to order. Lamb, beef and pork were brought, all different cuts and also cooked in different ways. All were delicous and well worth tasting, but it did mean that it was very easy to eat too much. So beware. Desserts were full of cream and chocolate and very fattening! I'm glad we visited, enjoyed it a lot and did not have to eat again for the rest of the day.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Adoro dar chocolate para os amigos e adoro comer chocolate.
Super recomendo a cacau show, sempre cheia de novidades e os preços sao bem acessiveis
4 based on 36 reviews
conheci uma das franquias mais recentes na Av.Fernando Correa da Costa, proximo a escola Maria DIMPINA. ( Cuiabá) Local pequenino mas com uma infinita variedade de paês e recheios.Delicias de lanches naturais.
4.5 based on 223 reviews
Operating for almost three years with gastronomic market segment cafe and restaurant, "The Fair", HAVE A tapioca, typical food of the Northeastern cuisine, dish As head of the House. Managed and founded by brothers Irapuan Carvalho and Janaina Carvalho's Mission meet the customers well, so what conveys a sense of warmth to what everyone feels at home there. The "Da Feira Coffee Tapiocaria" has rich decoration in details and Inspired by the Northeastern culture, Details These created those owners. A charming place, colorful, Brings That warmth and joy paragraph northeastern OS cuiabanos, on 24th Street October, north of Cuiabá Center / MT. The "Da Feira," So Called For goers Establishment, AND ALSO FOR Very Wanted hum offer more welcoming environment, not only for their decoration, the BUT ALSO THE FEELING que through offers of Light Proximity Team Customers with OS. A Place That Has an intention to disconnect a bit like PEOPLE escaping everyday, why can take advantage of OS Moments Family friends OR between. In addition to offering taste sensations offers. Through the careful That Is Prepared Every dish, every PRODUCT AND noticeable intended to please the customer, making him feel really valued. This is the differential to "The Fair". Offer flavor, AOS Beauty Eyes and A Sensations Exchange. For the customer to return to your routine with a "wanting more". Coffee has MANY Landline Customers Who fell in love For cooking and VAO Frequency Up to Los Angeles. Thanks one YOUR innovative features, like the environment, que has a cheerful decor and Offering Comfort Who IS present, and the food, increase que ingredients Union to make any delicious dish, making New Customers are attracted constantly. Your Public Goer are people who seek to disconnect from the rush of everyday life, looking for a place where friends are able to do A Meeting familiar OR between. People who take care of health and seek an Option Lighter Pará as YOUR meals. Who appreciate places with a different theme and new flavors in gastronomy.
This small and nice family run coffee shop located in an old house in a narrow side street is specialized in Brazilian style tapioca crepes. Tapuoca is extracted from casava roots native to the north region of Brazil. The crepes are served with a wide range of salted or sweet fillings. My favorites fillings are sun-dried salted beef with cheese, withe sauce and clarified butter and for dessert chese with coconut and condensed milk.
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