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Gluten-free options at Fazenda

At Fazenda we understand how difficult sometimes it can be for customers who need a gluten-free diet to have a meal out without worrying about whether there will be something suitable for them on the menu. read more

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Rump – Alcatra

Alcatra is considered a winner in Brazilians’ eyes, due to its versatility and its division into further sub-cuts.  read more

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Ribeye – Bife Ancho


Bife ancho is Argentina’s classic and beloved cut, but it has slowly but surely conquered the hearts of Brazilians and can now be seen in churrascarías all over the country.  At Fazenda it is one of our guests’ favourite cuts and is available on our evening menu. read more

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Crème Caramel

Crème Caramel is one of Brazil’s favourite and most traditional desserts.

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Brazilian Pão de Queijo

Pão de queijo, or ‘cheese puffs’ as they’re sometimes called in English, is typical in Brazil and in other Latin American countries. read more

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Recipes for certain types of food, including Yorkshire puddings, gravy and, at Fazenda, chimichurri, are treasured by people, families and restaurants. It might be a bit of a mouthful to pronounce (even for native Spanish speakers – try chee-mee-choo-ree), but it is the perfect accompaniment for grilled meats, sausages and beef. read more

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If you’ve ever been to Fazenda the word picanha might ring a bell. But just in case, here’s a reminder on the top of this post…

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Capirinha is synonym of Brazil, there’s no doubt about that.

Made with cachaça (ka-SHAAH-suh) it’s Brazi’s national cocktail. Cachaça is the nation’s spirit, a cousin of rum and is made from 100% fresh cane juice (unlike rum, which is made from molasses). read more

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Maracujá – Passion Fruit

This small and colourful fruit (Passiflora edulis, Maracujá in Portuguese) is native to Brazil, Paraguay and the north of Argentina. At Fazenda we’re proud to follow our roots and include it in many of our recipes. It’s flavour is tangy, with a hint of sweetness too. read more

Fazenda's Maracuja Mousse

Doce de leite

You can choose the name you’d like to give it, Doce de Leite (Brazil), Dulce de Leche (Argentina), Manjar (Ecuador-Chile), Caramel (UK), among many others; but one thing is for certain, there are very few people who will try it and not fall in love immediately with its heavenly flavour.

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