From Ipanema and Copacabana to Brighton-Le-Sands, Bar Brazilia brings some of that South American sun, sand, and fun to Sydney. Well, fine, leave the sand at the door and let’s focus on the food. This traditional Brazilian churrascaria restaurant and tapas bar ticks all the boxes when you’re looking for a vibrant place to dine, drink, and dance, boasting views out from its Bay Street premises over the beach. Live music is common here, and with a few rounds from the all-you-can eat Brazilian barbecue plus a couple of colourful cocktails under your belt, you won’t be able to resist getting into the Carnivale spirit.
Bar Brazilia mounts a two-pronged attack on Sydney’s South American dining scene, offering Brazilian churrasco barbecue and tapas from its Bay Street premises. The Brazilian barbecue tradition is supremely social. Go for the traditional churrasco or the more involved Brazilia churrasco for a fixed price per person. All you have to do is catch the waiter’s eye and he’ll come to your table and serve you your choice of meat or poultry, all of which have been grilled to perfection the traditional way. The next level at this Brighton-Le-Sands palace to Brazilian cuisine is the supreme churrasco and tapas combo.
Empanadas, salt and pepper prawns, Spanish chorizo, sides like cassava, crumbed banana, polenta and chilli-buttered corn are just some of the delicious small plates available from Bar Brazilia’s kitchen. The best way to drink and dine at Bar Brazilia is to reserve an al fresco table on Friday or Saturday night. This means you get to gaze out over Sydney’s Brighton-Le-Sands beach while loud, proud, and colourful live Brazilian music and dancing gets underway right in the restaurant.