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FOOD - WHAT TO NOT MISS

Maybe the most famous food in Rio is actually a “chopinho”, a draft beer. 

There is nothing that spells Rio and the local vibe as a draft beer at the sound of bossa nossa music with friends on the beach. 

Of course some would say that a fresh coconut water is the best recipe for the hot and amazing weather you will find when visiting Rio.

We agree with both statements, and with it, some “queijo coalho”, a white grilled cheese on a stick with optional oregano, or a barbecue after the beach, is as local as it gets.

GASTRONOMY IN RIO DE JANEIRO

In Rio de JaneiroSão PauloEspírito Santo, and Minas Geraisfeijoada is popular, especially as a Wednesday or Saturday lunch. Also consumed frequently is picadinho (literally, diced meat) and rice and beans. In Rio de Janeiro, besides the feijoada, a popular plate is any variation of grilled beef fillet, rice and beans, farofa, fried garlic and fried potatoes (batatas portuguesas), commonly called filé à Osvaldo Aranha. Seafood is very popular in coastal areas, as is roasted chicken (galeto). The strong Portuguese heritage also endowed the city with a taste for bolinhos de bacalhau(fried cod fritters), one of the most common street foods there.

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