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CURITIBA, BRAZIL – Curitiba is located in the Paraná state of southern Brazil. It’s a pleasant city, and they known especially for meat. In this video we go on a Brazilian food tour of Curitiba, explore some of the iconic meat dishes of the city, and eat a 5 kilo family sandwich! #Brazil #BrazilianFood #hugefood
Mercearia Fantinato – Carne de onça (Jaguar meat), known as jaguar meat, yet of course not jaguar at all, this steak tartare (raw minced beef) got its name because of the raw meat breath you’ll have after you eat it. It’s mixed table-side, and it’s delicious.
Price – 53.99 BRL ($13.54)
Costelão do Gaúcho – One of the things that Curitiba is known for, and all of southern Brazil, is meat – and especially the beef ribs are among the prized cut. Costelão do Gaúcho is an amazing restaurant that specializes in beef ribs. The owner is a master, treating each rack of ribs with respect and roasting and smoking them with precision. I loved his table saw method of cutting the ribs. The ribs were outstanding, as was the entire meal with all the side salads and dishes.
4 Beans Coffee Co. – We stopped in for a quick coffee, but that turned into a coffee roasting session, which was fantastic.
Lanchonete da Lombada – Here we go, the mega 5 kg. Lombada sandwich. Lombada means speedbump in Portuguese, because it was formerly a street food stall right in front of the speedbump. It was just insane, huge bun, layers of meat, hot dogs, massive quantities of squeeze cheese. It’s not a food challenge, but a very popular local family meal in Curitiba, Brazil. Total price – 50 BRL ($12.45)
Tio Dog (Uncle Dog) – Probably one of the most iconic of all the Brazilian fast food in Curitiba is TIo Dog, specialising in a number of different sandwiches and hot dogs. We got The Philadelphia, a bun filled with hot dogs, a variety of unknown sauces, and little crunchy chip fries. It’s one of those late night impulse foods – not something I’d eat on a daily basis.
Curitiba was fun, and it was a Brazilian food tour of meat!
Thanks to Guilherme and Rafa from Rio4Fun and Rio4Food. Check out their videos here:
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