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A tiny place near the theater area. Brazilian style cheese puffs were good. Carioca's beef stew was very well seasoned with lots of cilantro. Pork chops were also good as well as the ribs. Their cocktails were good also. We weren't crazy about their burger...More
It is a small restaurant but the food is really authentic. A bit oily but it is what Brazilian food is like. Staff super chatty friendly and fun! This restaurant has been around for many many years which is already a solid testimony to its...More
I am a NYC tour guide and hell's kitchen native. I always recommend this place to my tourists. It is often a first introduction to Brazilian food for them. Their food is so fresh and well cooked. Selections often consist of meat, fish or poultry...More
Picture this: A summer afternoon, 75 delightful degrees. Manhattan. A small, charming, Brazilian bistro in midtown Manhattan. Windows and doors open (no AC, thank you!!!), a gentle breeze and the late afternoon sun lying across the street outside. People walking by. You sitting peacefully with...More
First, if you have never had Brazilian food, this is a great introduction to the cuisine. My husband and I went and enjoyed the cheese puffs and rice croquettes with caipirinah and sangria, then the feijoada, which was perfectly cooked and delicious. Second, the staff...More
I've walked by several times and since I love Latin comfort food decided to stop by for lunch. Must admit the bottomless caipirinah brunch offer stopped me in my tracks!
Had the chicken Milanese and thought the chicken was dry with little flavour. The rice...More
Stumbled onto Rice N Beans while walking along 9th street at lunch time. Small restaurant but the food was amazing. We had the picanha steak sandwich. Very tender meat, delicious bread, fresh tomatoes and cheese. The people are friendly, most folks eating there were Brazilian....More
This was actually my second time at Rice n Beans (the first being a couple years ago).
Went there with my husband and a friend after work, because I heard they have a good deal for happy hour - $5 caipirinhas!!
Anyway, the drinks were...More
I live in US but I am Brazilian. This restaurant remembered my mothers food!
Even is a Brazilian restaurant it has a Portuguese soup that we find in many places in Brasil..
I loved this soup.. very good.
The rice and beans (typical dish in...More