Casa da Feijoada
6 expert reviews
“Feijoada is more than a meal in Brazil—the hearty black bean and pork stew is a part of the culture.”
– Travel + Leisure
"Restaurants traditionally serve feijoada, Brazil's savory national dish, on Saturday, but here the huge pots of the stew simmer every day." Full review
"There may be restaurants with better feijoada in town -- there are certainly better-decorated ones -- but what they can't offer you is feijoada any old day of the week." Full review
To spice it up, ask for pimenta, and they will bring you oil-soaked malagueta peppers to drizzle on the beans.
"This restaurant, which is located in the same square as the Sunday Hippie Fair, specializes in Brazil’s national dish, feijoada, made with black beans and various cuts of pork."
"Enjoy a traditional Sunday lunch of the national dish feijoada, which is made from black beans, pork, and beef off-cuts."
"Usually served only on Saturdays, feijoada is offered seven days a week here (R$78), along with other traditional, moderately priced and extremely filling Brazilian dishes."