I remember a Brazilian cart at the old D-Street Noshery pod that abruptly closed before I had a chance to try the food. One of the menu items from that cart was also on this menu, and the curious panda just had to try it.
|Menu as of November 2013|
My initial thought of the dish: a flavorful black bean and meat chowder. Looking it up later, Feijoada is a bean and mixed meat stew often called the national dish of Brazil.
Moqueca ($8) is a Brazilian fish stew that contains coconut milk. There are options to get it with chicken or shrimp instead. It's served with rice and tomatoes.
Tropeiro ($8) is another traditional dish featuring pinto beans, bacon, beef, sausage, green onions, eggs, garlic, and yucca flour.
I definitely recommend Brazilian House to anyone! 8.5/10
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