Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Café Belo: Serving Brazilian Food Like No Other

Welcome to the world of authentic Brazilian cuisine, whee at Café Belo good and cheap walk hand-in-hand. Gorgeous top models and amazing soccer players aren’t the only good things coming out of Brazil. Just make your way down to 158 School Street in Everett, where you’ll discover Brazilian food is like no other. When it comes to choosing a restaurant in the Greater Boston area there’s a lot more to consider than just the price. In an economy like ours today ignoring the price is completely out of the question, but why settle for okay cheap food when you can have great cheap food? At Café Belo it is possible to have a mouth-watering meal for less than $10.00, plus it’s a great place to take family and friends or order to go.

For only $9.99 you can eat all you want! This incredible deal includes the buffet and the famous Brazilian churrasco (barbeque). The buffet consists of the typical Brazilian foods such as white rice, beans, farofa (toasted corn flour) and fried plantains. It also includes spaghetti in garlic and oil, mashed potatoes, French fries, fried yucca, stir fired okra and much more. Not to mention its salad bar has a large variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Churrasco contains a wide range of meats such as pork, chicken wrapped in bacon, beef tenderloin, sausages, and pollack. Try the chicken hearts, if you dare. Not only is the meat to die for but the waiters move around the restaurant with the skewers slicing meat into your plate. You don’t even have to get out of your seat! If you’re a meat lover this is definitely the place for you. Like many typical Brazilian restaurants, the meal is priced in terms of weight so if you’re not that hungry take advantage of the buffet. The buffet is $7.99 per pound so it can get pricey depending on the amount of food, making the all-you-can-eat a much better deal. The desserts are incredible and there’s a great selection that includes passion fruit mousse, chocolate and coconut cake, strawberry cake, flan and many others. They also serve typical Brazilian drinks such as cashew, acai, and mango juice and smoothies.

The Sugar Bar Lounge is also a big part of Café Belo, where there’s live music almost every night. The music is usually great but not always and then there’s karaoke night –the singers are horrible yet quite entertaining. Why go anywhere else? Café Belo has it all: savory meat, delicious typical Brazilian foods, great desserts, cheap drinks, and great prices! Plus you don’t have to wait for your food to be cooked. You won’t regret it!

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