Rio Brasil, on South Road in Sefton, has both an enviable location and an exceptional menu. Just moments walk from Waterloo station, it is easily accessible from Liverpool city centre, and on arrival, guests will be faced with a huge Brazilian feast of meats. Served in unimaginable quantity, and they just keep coming and coming until you are stuffed, which is how we would like pretty much all of our food to be served, if we’re honest.
Spotless! Gorgeous food and plenty of choice. Staff were so helpful and pleasant. Great experience and all contributed to a fabulous meal out with the family.
Went on a Saturday evening, it's child-friendly, with very good food, excellent service, and an all-you-can-eat experience. Meat was all very tasty, and the salad bar was well stocked - the garlic mushrooms were extra-delicious
I booked Rio Brazil for my daughters 13th birthday, food was gorgeous and the staff were really really lovely, they made a fuss of my daughter, everybody with us are already talking of visiting again!
Brazilian food is relatively new to the United Kingdom – and even newer to the Liverpool suburb of Sefton – but it is certainly making a few waves on these shores. At Rio Brasil on South Road, they bring you an unending supply of the selection of their 15 meat rotation, all the while accompanied by their salad bar, which is continuously stocked with fresh veggies, garlic bread, pasta, rice and soup. Wash it down with a few Caipirinhas and bottles of Brahma from the bar and you’ve got yourself a superb night out.
We can’t recommend any specific meat which you should try out – you can try all of them for yourself, as they just keep coming until you tell the waiters and waitresses to stop – but let us take you through just a few that are available at Rio Brasil on South Road in Sefton. Steaks, gammon and leg of lamb are there, of course, but we’d reserve special room for the linguinca, a Brazilian sausage and the franga com pimenta, chicken cooked with chillies. That’s only a small selection though, so make sure you head out to try the rest: after all, it’s only 20 minutes from central Liverpool.