Garlic Bread + Cheese Dough Balls (6 of each)$8.00
Crumb Fried Banana with Cinnamon Sugar (8 Bits)$6.00
Small Plates (Available Selected Times Only)
The Brazilian Plate Match $19.00
150g Beef & Garlic with rice, Salada de Maionese & Vinagrete Tomato Salad
Brazilian Caesar Salad $12.00
with croutons, lettuce, bacon, egg, parmesan & Caesar dressing
Add Beef or lamb for $7.50
BBQ Pork Ribs and Chicken Nibbles (6 of each) $19.00
Served with Lemon wedges & a BBQ Chili dipping sauce
Brazilian Calabresa $18.00
Traditional Sausage sauteed with onion & served with fries
Brazilian Style Flan $9.00
(Pudim de Leite Condensado) The best Flan with caramel sauce Brazilians love this dessert and eat it at any opportunity they get.
A banana split is an ice cream-based dessert. In its classic form it is served in a long dish called a boat.
Decadent Double Chocolate Mouse
Chocolate painted glass with nut clusters, filled with a Brazilian chocolate mousse, chocolate ice cream & topped with Cream.
Brazilian Passion Fruit Mousse$9.50
(Mousse de Maracuja) Beautiful passion fruit and the sweet and slightly tangy flavours just makes this dessert irresistible.
NZ Cheese Cake With Vanilla Ice Cream $9.50
Cheese Cake With Vanilla Ice Cream
Beetroot Salad | Brazilian Style
Vinagrete | Brazilian Tomato Salad
Sea Food Salad
Salpicão | Brazilian Chicken Salad
Salada de Maionese | Brazilian Mayo Salad With Vegs
Arroz Branco | Brazilian Style White Rice
Arroz Carreteiro | Brazilian Wagoner's Rice
The origin of Carreteiro: Its history as goods, supplies and miscellaneous items transported in a oxcart across Southern Brazil. The cart carried not only the driver & family memories but also food that helped in a healthy way to overcome the long distances that were to come. In his bag there was ever present beef jerky – a salt-preserved meat which was dried in the wind – protein that could be preserved without refrigeration. That’s how the “Arroz Carreteiro” (the oxcart driver’s rice) was the created: a mixture of rice, beef jerky and onions prepared in an iron pot in one of the many stops that the driver would have to do. This dish is known as one of the most traditional Gaucho (Gaucho means "who is born in Rio Grande Do Sul") cuisine today and is enjoyed by many throughout Brazil.
Feijão Tropeiro | Brazilian Beans
Brazilian Beans with Sausages and Silver-beet greens - Feijão Tropeiro translates to “Cattleman’s Beans”.
Back in Brazil’s colonial times, troops of cattlemen – known as “Tropeiros”, in Portuguese – would travel long distances to explore the inland territories of Brazil and transport cattle and commodities. The expeditions were long and could last for months, so they carried certain staple provisions that didn’t need any refrigeration – along with them, dried beans, carne seca (salted dried meat) and semolina flour. If you like Brazilian food, this dish is for you: Feijão Tropeiro.
This Polenta dish is widespread in Brazil. Fried Polenta is great for cocktails. Served as a side to the famous "chicken and polenta" dish. It's an emblematic dish of "the great ABC cities" of Santo André, São Bernardo and São Caetano, where restaurants were opened by Italian immigrants and are managed by their descendants. A great twist on a classic tasty way to enjoy crispy Polenta..
Bananas Fritas | Crumbed Banana
Bananas Fritas | Crumbed Banana
In Brazil, where Farofa is particularly popular, this typical recipe calls for raw cassava flour to be toasted with butter, salt, sausage, olives, onions, garlic, hard boiled eggs, and/or bacon until golden brown. It is an essential accompaniment to Feijoada and the Brazilian Barbecue. Farofa is served as a side and can either be sprinkled on by individual diners to their taste before eating, or eaten as an accompaniment in its own right alongside rice.
Pão de Alho | Garlic Bread
Unlike the garlic bread we are accustomed to in the West, this Brazilian-style version is topped with thick onion, garlic and mayonnaise. It is only grilled on one side, just enough to crisp the base, while the sauce is lightly heated through and becomes full of flavour.
Mandioca Frita | Fried Cassava
Fried Cassava, or Mandioca Frita, is a simple and popular Brazilian snack dish. Cassava is one of the most signature ingredients in Brazilian cuisine. The fried Cassava is cooked until golden and crispy, this is a perfect snack for eating whenever - by itself or as a side.
Pão de Queijo | Cheese Bread
Cheese Bread or "Brazilian Cheese Bread" is a traditional Brazilian recipe, from the state of Minas Gerais. Its origin is uncertain - it is speculated that the recipe has existed since the eighteenth century, but became popular in Brazil since the 1950s. The softest, gooiest, most flavourful cheese bread you will ever taste.
Feijoada Saturday SpecialSpecial of Day Saturdays only for both Lunch & Dinner
This famous Brazilian meal is a celebratory dish. Feijoada is traditionally served on Saturday afternoons and or for Sunday lunch. It's intended to be a leisurely midday meal, to be enjoyed throughout the day and not eaten under rushed circumstances. The meal is usually eaten among extended family and paired with an event - like watching a soccer match or other social/sporting events.
Refreshing and Tasty.
All Natural - Freshly Squeezed Juice Choose Between:
Orange or Pineapple With Mint
Flavours: Apple, Orange, Pineapple & Cranberry
Coke, Diet/Zero Coke, Sprite, Sprite Zero, Ginger ale, Lemonade (Sprite), Fanta, L&P
Soda Water ------ $3.50
Ginger Beer ------ $5.00
Red Bull ----------- $5.50
Brazilian Soft Drink Guarana$5.0
Peach & Mango
Monteith’s Golden Larger
Monteith’s Original Ale
Mont Crushed Apple Cider
Jugs of Beer
Monteiths Golden Lager - - - - - - - - - - $20.00
Monteith’s Original Ale - - - - - - - - - - $20.00
Mont Crushed Apple Cider - - - - - - - - - - $22.00
Export 33 4%
Monteith’s Bohemian Pilsner 5%
Monteith's Black Beer
Monteith's Pointers Pale Ale
Monteith's Red IPA
Bucket of 4 Heineken or Sol ------ $22.00
Heineken Light 2.5%
DB Citrus Lemon 2%
DB Citrus Grapefruit 2%
Henkell Trocken Sparkling 0%
Finlandia Vodka $8.50
Vodka Red Bull $12.0
Jim Beam Bourbon $8.50
Santiago de Cuba Blanca Rum $8.50
Mount Gay Rum $8.50
Mackinlay's Whisky $10.0
Canadian Club Whisky $8.50
Caipirinha Lemon or Passion Fruit $14.0
Espanhola | Wine Cocktail$14.0
Batida de Abacaxi | Pineapple Cocktail$14.0
Batida de Coco | Coconut Cocktail$14.0
Henkell Trocken Rose 200ml$10.5
Henkell Trocken Dry Sec 200ml$10.5
Allan Scott Cecilia Brut 750ml$65.00
Piper Heidsieck Cuvee Brut Champagne 750ml$139.00
The Maker ‘Fleur de Lis’ Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough$8.0 | $36.0
Mud House ‘Sub Region’ Sauvignon Blanc Marlborough$9.5 | $44.0