Authentic Brazilian Cuisine
as some dishes travel better than others.
we had a Great time! Thank you! The best lunch in NYC
Emporium Brasil não é apenas mais um dos muitos restaurantes de comida brasileira no exterior, mas o melhor que eu conheci. A apresentação é de muito bom gosto, os funcionários super professionais, a música excelente e a comida é deliciosa: tem gosto de comida de avó e de mãe, muito bem temperada, com o sal no ponto e variada. Pena q fica em Nova York e eu moro em Barcelona, porque se eu vivesse aqui, seria freguesa assidua. PARABÉNS A TODOS QUE PARTICIPAM DESSA EQUIPE!”
Best Place to eat a great Brazilian food. My favorite dish is Short Ribs
They speak well of us
Diners who think of Brazilian fare as a never-ending parade of beef and more beef are doing themselves a disservice. There’s a whole spectrum of food beyond the all-the-meat-you-can-eat rodizios that populate the city, and Little Brazil Street is the place to find it. Once a market and coffee shop, Emporium Brasil has a minimal atmosphere. The tiled dining room, with midgrade lighting and grey and orange walls, could be any restaurant, anywhere. But with ingredients like palm oil, manioc, and dried codfish, the menu isn’t standard issue. The flavors—blending African, Caribbean, and Latin influences—are pungent and unusual in everything from hearty stews to rustic grills to delicate sautés. But even in the boldest fusion place, a dish of shrimp, hearts of palm, cheese, and acorn squash, in a broth of orange coconut milk, would seem odd. Here, it’s delicious. Of course, the Emporium does have a way with beef, and a Latin flair for the dramatic—steaks arrive on sizzling platters, and all the food is rolled out on tablecloth-covered carts. For homesick Brazilians or jaded foodies, this place can be an unexpected treat.