Tempero Do Brasil
Seattle, WA 98105
Seattle Weekly's Description
Seattle's first Brazilian restaurant. Known primarily for its seafood, Bahian cuisine is a marriage of tastes: ginger, lime, coconut milk, and the orange palm oil, dende. Order a caipirinha (Brazil's national drink), a handful of the tira-gustos (appetizers), and relax to the strains of bossa nova.
Tips from foursquare
Owned by the sweet and wonderful Graca and Antonio from Bahia. Try one of the warm drinks with cachaca and cloves. National dish of Brazil is feijoada, try that and the chicken croquettas.
caipirinha, coxinha de galinha and bife grelhado are all awesome.
This place made Seattle Weekly's 107 favorite restaurants! Read the 2011 Voracious Dining Guide to find out why our editors think it's one of the "best restaurants in the city."
Definitely a must for Brazilians in the region and for those who would like to try Brazilian cuisine. Feijoada é uma delícia!
Yet another Seattle restaurant that i've never been to, even though I lived in this neighborhood for eight years. This is a Brazilian place that supposed to be good.
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