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Brazilian Restaurants in Melbourne

 Discover Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants

Melbourne is one of Australia's leading locations for Brazilian cuisine. Given that Melbourne has long enjoyed a connection with Brazil, this is no surprise. During the Rio Carnival every February, for example, a Brazilian-themed carnival party is held in Melbourne's very own Fitzroy, attracting the Brazilian community and local revellers searching for a good time. Whether you can make it to the carnival parties or not, all year round you can enjoy top-notch food ranging from juicy steaks to delicious pão de queijo (cheese bread) at Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants.

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Copacabana International

Fitzroy
Latin American$$$$
4.2/655

Buenos Dias

Carlton North
Latin American$$$$
5.3/63

Lulo

Hawthorn
Latin American$$$$
5.3/683
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    Explore Melbourne through its Brazilian restaurants

    Melbourne is a huge metropolis of almost four million people, with plenty of suburbs and areas to explore. The north east suburb of Fitzroy is a hub of Brazilian culture with Brazilian salsa dancing classes, and plenty of places to sample some of Melbourne's best Brazilian restaurants. Copacabana International on Smith Street, for example, is known for its delicious Brazilian buffet, and with the offerings prepared on the premises every day there's always something fresh to try.
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    Enjoy succulent meat at Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants

    Brazil is known around the globe for being specialists when it comes to meat, and the country is currently the world's second largest exporter of beef. So expect to find plenty of delicious barbecued meat dishes on the menus at Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants. At Copacabana International, picanha (sirloin steak) is a must-try, while linguica de porco (pork sausages) is ideal for those who fancy a touch of authentic South American spice. Also be sure to keep an eye out for other traditional dishes like asa de frango (Brazilian chicken wings), which go perfectly alongside a tasty caipirinha.
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    Book ahead with Quandoo

    Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants fill up quickly, so it's a good idea to book ahead to avoid disappointment. With Quandoo, you can discover location information, opening hours, menu highlights and more. Some of Melbourne's Brazilian restaurants come with their own distinctive decor, layout and even samba-style entertainment, so our photos will give you a sneak peek inside. Once you've found your chosen place simply choose a date, time and number of guests, then you're all set. Sound good? Let’s get booking then!