Over 600 visitors in the first edition of the Brazilian Taste in May 2016 were treated to a carnival of exciting new flavours, featuring the very best of Brazil’s food and drinks.
Brazilian Taste is returning to London from 14 to 16 of July 2017 bringing Chefs from different Brazilian regions and backgrounds with gastronomy workshops, Brazilian arts exhibition, special dinner parties/supper clubs, Brazilian music and plenty more.
Over a three-day event of Brazilian food and drinks at the Sink Pong London, 4 Paul Street, London EC2A 4JHin London Chef Flavio Amaral, organiser and founder of Brazilian Taste, will share his passion for his home country’s culture and cuisine through a series of workshops with leading Brazilian chefs and drinks specialists, some coming from Brazil specially for this event, including Chef Geo Bassini from the South of Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul), Chef Clovis Lima from Ceará (Northeast Region), Chef Luciana Berry from Bahia (based in London), Chef Graziela Milanese from São Paulo and Chef Jorge Silva from Amazonas (based in London). There will be also typical Brazilian drinks including cachaça – the main ingredient of caipirinhas -, Brazilian wines and açaí.
The Brazilian Taste 2017 will also offer special dining experiences with 3 pop-up dinners presented by Brazilian Chefs Clovis Lima, Jorge B Silva and Luciana Berry. An experience of 5 courses menu will give you a real sensation of traveling through Brazil tasting different flavours. With a fusion of Brazilian and Japanese cuisines, the Zuka Restaurant will bring the master sushi Chef Ronaldo de Moraes from Minas Gerais (based in London). The event will also present Sandra Griffiths art exhibition and the best of Brazilian Bossa Nova rhythm presented by Caco Barros.
“It will be a pleasure to welcome all guests at this year’s edition of Brazilian Taste and we are very proud to bring to London some of the best Brazilian chefs to share our passion for Brazilian cuisine”, declared Flavio Amaral organiser and founder of the event.
For more info please access: http://braziliantaste.org/