From Santa Teresa, we cabbed back to Lapa for dinner and nightlife.
We wandered around and found this restaurant which served feijoada, Brazil’s national dish.
Feijoada is a slow-cooked stew made up of black beans and pork.
It came with rice, veggies, fried pork skin and some yellow bread crumb powder?
The fried pork skin tasted exactly like the Chinese version! IMO, the bean stew was a tad too spicy.. while the meat was too tough…
ordered the national “pop”.. didn’t really like the taste…
FAIM? un peu..!!!
Boteco da Praça