Tue-Thu, 11:30am-10pm; Fri, 11:30am-11pm; Sat, 1pm-11pm; Sun, 1pm-10pm; Mon, closed
N, Q at 36th Ave.
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If you've only experienced rodizio, that nonstop Brazilian barrage of grilled skewered meats, you'll be happily surprised by the refined elegance of this congenial restaurant's coconut-milk-and-palm-oil shrimp stew (moqueca de camarão); the tart, creamy passion-fruit mousse; and, on Saturdays, the feijoada, the national Brazilian clay-pot black-bean stew packed with pork, sausage, and fatty bacon and served with white rice, garlicky collard greens, farofa (crunchy fried cassava meal), and—in a seeming effort to cover all the major food groups—a few orange slices.Recommended Dishes
Cocunut-milk-and-palm-oil shrimp stew, $16; acaraje, $8; quail with mashed potatoes, $17