2019/08/22 17:56

Comfort Brazilian restaurant “Carioca”

LIFE
Brazilian restaurant “Carioca” in Jingu-gaien was produced by R. Ramos, former Japan national soccer team player.
Soccer fans are so happy because some members of former Japan national soccer team sometimes are here, in addition, Ramos himself sometimes works here as a waiter. Once coming to restaurant and eating dishes, the atmosphere and dishes here make even those who are not so hot on soccer and Brazilian dishes relaxed.

Actually I have never had Brazilian dishes, and it was first time here, so “Feijoada”, representative Brazilian home-style dish, simmered red beans, sausages, and ribs, which was served first, didn’t look appetizing for me because it looked like red bean soup.
Once I tried it, however, red beans, vegetables, and gravy were matched, it was not too heavy, and was simple, and plain.
“Xinxim de Frango”, which tasted like chicken curry, was not so spicy, and it reminded me of curry which I had eaten as a child.
They say Brazilian dishes are not spicy and are made to enhance the natural flavor of the materials, and in particular, taste of these 2 dishes varies from home to home like miso soup in Japan.
Ramos wants customers to enjoy themselves irrespective of national borders, and the restaurant has a moderately casual atmosphere and openhearted chefs.
Enjoy both easygoing friendliness and mild taste here, which will bring you quickly to your hometown.
I also enjoyed “Pao de Queijo”, hot sticky delicious bun, to which I sure could get used.
The restaurant will offer 1 free beer or soft drink to customers who will bring this issue of Senseup. Don’t forget to bring it with you.
Brazilian restaurant “Carioca” in Jingu-gaien was produced by R. Ramos, former Japan national soccer team player.
Soccer fans are so happy because some members of former Japan national soccer team sometimes are here, in addition, Ramos himself sometimes works here as a waiter. Once coming to restaurant and eating dishes, the atmosphere and dishes here make even those who are not so hot on soccer and Brazilian dishes relaxed.

Actually I have never had Brazilian dishes, and it was first time here, so “Feijoada”, representative Brazilian home-style dish, simmered red beans, sausages, and ribs, which was served first, didn’t look appetizing for me because it looked like red bean soup.
Once I tried it, however, red beans, vegetables, and gravy were matched, it was not too heavy, and was simple, and plain.
“Xinxim de Frango”, which tasted like chicken curry, was not so spicy, and it reminded me of curry which I had eaten as a child.
They say Brazilian dishes are not spicy and are made to enhance the natural flavor of the materials, and in particular, taste of these 2 dishes varies from home to home like miso soup in Japan.
Ramos wants customers to enjoy themselves irrespective of national borders, and the restaurant has a moderately casual atmosphere and openhearted chefs.
Enjoy both easygoing friendliness and mild taste here, which will bring you quickly to your hometown.
I also enjoyed “Pao de Queijo”, hot sticky delicious bun, to which I sure could get used.
The restaurant will offer 1 free beer or soft drink to customers who will bring this issue of Senseup. Don’t forget to bring it with you.