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Brazilians have had mixed fortunes on Merseyside, it has to be said. For every Coutinho, there’s a Fabio Aurelio, for every Roberto Firmino, there’s a Jo. Flying the flag for South American cuisine in Waterloo there is a restaurant that is much more jogo bonito than jog on in the form of Sabor de Brazil. Their name means “taste of Brazil”, and when you make your appearance at their location on South Road, you certainly get an authentic example of that, so get a gang of your mates together and book a table for one of Liverpool’s best Brazilians.
It was a nice night. The wine quality is questionable for the price though. Over £20 for a bottle of wine which didn't taste like it cost more than £5. Bit much in my opinion. The staff are attentive and food decent not blown away but nice enough
Came for my birthday celebration with a few friends. The staff were extremely helpful and polite. The food was amazing and the cocktails went down a treat too.
First time here. Good food and friendly efficient staff. The whole family enjoyed the experience and we'll certainly visiting again. Great value for money as well!
Getting a Brazilian in Liverpool is never difficult – we’re talking about the cuisine, so calm down – but if you’re in Waterloo, you’ll not be defeated in finding one if you head to South Road and Sabor de Brazil. Here it’s all about the basics of Brazilian cooking done well, with a menu that is heavy on the meats, which are grilled and brought to your table until you tell them to stop. Roll yourself over to the northern side of Liverpool for a samba scran on South Road.
Brazilian food is growing in popularity in the UK, and at Sabor de Brazil, they like to keep it simple in their take on their native cuisine. That means meats, of course, served rodizio style. That means all-you-can-eat meat on a cooking spit, accompanied by a selection of stews – feijoada is the national dish here, remember – and a well-stocked salad bar. Throw in a bar that offers beers and, most importantly, caipirinhas, and you’re well on your way to a great night out in Liverpool. Book a table and make a move to South Road, just where it meets Albert Road, and Sabor de Brazil.